The 30th British Human Computer Interaction Conference (http://hci2016.bcs.org/) will be held in Bournemouth (UK) from 11th-15th July 2016. The conference is organised by Bournemouth University in conjunction with the BCS Interaction Specialist Group.
== Conference Theme ==
This year’s theme is “Fusion! HCI across Disciplines”. We want to challenge research and practitioners to uncover ways to inspire fusion in lots of different ways; these include fusion between quality & innovation, research & practice, and between different topic areas both within and outside HCI.
== Submissions ==
We now invite submissions for full papers, position papers, works-in-progress, workshop proposals, together with submissions for the interaction gallery.
We will shortly be accepting submissions for our doctoral consortium.
Submissions to all tracks should be made via the EasyChair link on the conference website.
All calls for participation can be found at http://hci2016.bcs.org/participation/
Accepted full papers, position papers, and work-in-progress papers will be published in the ACM Digital Library.
== Location ==
The conference will be held at the Kimmeridge House facility at Bournemouth University’s Talbot Campus. Bournemouth is a thriving town on the beautiful south coast of England. Its stunning seven mile beach holds four European blue flags and two seasides awards. Despite the town’s closeness to natural beauty such as the New Forest national park and the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, it is less than two hours from London, with excellent transport links and an airport. You can direct flights from many parts of the UK and Europe to Bournemouth, and several other airports are also close by.
== Important dates ==
* Full Papers (Max 10 pages) – Deadline 4th March 2016
* Position Papers – Deadline 4th March 2016
* Workshop Proposals – Deadline 11th March 2016
* Works-in-progress (Posters) – Deadline 6th May 2016
* Interactions Gallery – Deadline 6th May 2016
* Doctoral Consortium Papers (Max 4 pages) – Deadline TBC
== Organisation ==
General Chairs: Nan Jiang, Huseyin Dogan, Shamal Faily, Jacqui Taylor Full Paper Chairs: Gavin Sim, Stephanie Wilson Position Paper Chairs: Stephen Giff, Sine McDougall Doctoral Consortium Chairs: Alan Dix, Claudia Iacob Interactions Gallery Chairs: Sue Golfer, Vicky Isley, Paul Smith