British HCI 2015: Call for Workshop Proposals
Deadline for short outline proposals: 9 March 2015
The 29th British Human Computer Interaction Conference (HCI 2015) will be held in Lincoln from 13th-17th July 2015. We invite proposals from colleagues wishing to host a workshop at the conference. Workshops provide an opportunity to discuss current topics in an informal setting. They can concentrate on specific research topics, be devoted to application issues, or be used to discuss specific issues that are of concern to the HCI community. Workshops will run in the two days preceding the main conference track (i.e. on either 13th or 14th July 2015).
The workshop proposal process is “light touch” - we invite initial outline proposals, using a short online form, by 9th March 2015. A panel consisting of the workshop chairs, general chairs and members drawn from the technical program committee will review applications based on rationale, fit with conference, and likelihood for running a successful event. Notification of acceptance will be: 16th March 2015; thereafter the Chairs will work with the successful applicants in the lead up to the workshop.
For more details, please see http://hci2015.bcs.org/participation/workshops/.
If you have any questions, please email the workshop chairs:
Faustina Hwang, University of Reading (email@example.com)
Asimina Vasalou, UCL Institute of Education (A.Vasalou@ioe.ac.uk)
Mark Doughty, University of Lincoln (MDoughty@lincoln.ac.uk)