full final programme will be provided at the conference.
keynote from Alladi Venkatesh, University of California Irvine.
reviewed full papers from, The Netherlands, Spain, Austria,
New Zealand, Sweden, Finland, Germany, Canada, the USA and
the UK. Paris Hotels Price Comparison
to find a hotel arranged near to sessions.
papers, discussion sessions and panels (submissions still
dinner in the Yorkshire Museum in the heart of historic York.
== Tuesday 12 April, 17:00-18:30
== Wednesday 13 April, 08:30-09:30
== Wednesday 13 April, 09:30-17:30
== Thursday 14 April, 09:00-17:30
== Friday 15 April, 09:00-12:30
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October 1, 2004
Full Papers: November 14, 2004
Short Papers and Panels: February 28, 2005
Call for Full Papers
Call for Short Papers and Panels
An international conference sponsored by IFIP Working Group
9.3 and in association with CUHTec, the Centre for Usable
Home Technology at York University UK "HOIT2005" to be held
April 13-15, 2005 at the University of York, UK.
This IFIP W.G. 9.3 (Home-Oriented Informatics and Telematics)
International Working Conference focuses on the interactions
between technology, society and the individual/family/home.
register by downloading the registration form from here
With en suite accommodation on the university campus (B&B
for the nights 12, 13, 14 April)
cases this includes:
- refreshments and lunch (13, 14, 15 April)
- dinner and conference reception (13, 14 April)
- full conference proceedings
are a few student bursaries, please apply for details.
Speakers must register by February 28.
University accommodation is limited and will be allocated
on a first come first served basis. Delegates are advised
to register as soon as possible.
get to the university: http://www.york.ac.uk/univ/conf/
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papers from the HOIT 2003 conference.
- Care and health at home
- Ambient intelligence in everyday life
- Ubiquitous computing and the wireless home
- Play and fun in the home of the future
- Socialising and the user experience
- Involving users in the design of new ICTs
- Lessons from ethnographic research on new
ICTS in the home
access (for the home)
security and identity (at home, on the move, on the internet)
and real communities
approaches and technology push
between the local and the global
E-governance and homes/citizens of the future
education, edutainment and learning
for home users
psychology of the virtual and life impacts
society – status and future
influences on everyday life
differences (and the wired home)
- telematics, automation, enabling
and use of new technologies
Studies of non-use/rejection/drop-outs