The submission deadline for papers to MexIHC, June 29, was extended to July, 6th! Please find the complete Call For Papers and consider to submitting your work to the conference.
IV Mexican Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (MexIHC 2012)
October 3-5, 2012, Mexico City, Mexico
Call for Submissions
Deadline for paper submission: June 29, 2012
Conference website:
MexIHC is Mexico’s premier forum for researchers and practitioners to present advances in human computer interaction. MexIHC 2012 is the  fourth Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, organized by the  Mexican ACM SIGCHI chapter (CHI-México) in a biennial format alternating  with the Latin American Conference on Human-Computer Interaction  (CLIHC). MexIHC aims to be a forum of networking and ideas exchange  among students and researchers, faculty and practitioners, institutions and interest groups, students, and practitioners in the field of  Human-Computer Interaction and Interactive Systems Usability, in order to support an exchange of scientific results, and their applications in industry.
This year, the event is jointly organized by the HCI community of Mexico and Spain, giving place to the 1st joint conference MexIHC/Interaccion  2012 [], which is mainly aimed at  strengthening links between both communities. Conferences will take  place simultaneously and maintaining their own identities. The Mexican Conference MexIHC 2012 will be held in the Instituto Tecnológico  Autónomo de México (ITAM), Mexico City and the International Conference Interaccion 2012 will be held in the Miguel Hernandez University of  Elche, Spain.
Papers will be blind peer-reviewed by members of the MexIHC 2012 program committee (TBC). Submissions will be evaluated based on their originality, significance of the contribution to the field, technical correctness, and presentation.
Paper and notes submission: June 29, 2012
Notification of Acceptance: August 15, 2012
Camera-ready: September 3, 2012
Conferences dates: October 3-5, 2012
MexIHC 2012 seeks original, thoughtful contributions on (but not limited to) the following key areas:
**Evaluation of Interactive Applications
-New methods and methodologies.
-Tools for evaluation
-Case studies
-Accessibility evaluation
-Theoretical aspects of HCI
**Theories for HCI
-Theoretical discussions or challenges to current theories
-Formal modeling
** Design
-New methods and methodologies
-Case studies
-Tools for designing
-Information visualization
-Adaptive interfaces
**User Evaluation
-New methods and methodologies
-Tools for evaluations
-Case studies
-Evaluation of user experience
-Evaluation of disabled users
-Human error and cognitive studies
-Contextual evaluation and ethno-methodologies
**Education in HCI
-Case studies of education in HCI
- HCI to improve the teaching/learning
**Topics related to HCI
-Computer Graphics
-Virtual Reality
-Augmented Reality
-Multi-modal Interaction
-Social Networks
-Mobile Devices
-HCI in the Medical Context
-Video Games
-Ludic and Aesthetic Applications
-Cultural aspects in the design
-Brain-Computer Interaction
Full papers (Up to 8 pages): Full papers should describe original work that have not previously been published and provide significant results  of scientific research. Presentation time for full papers will be 15 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions. The papers with this format must be submitted in English only.
Short Papers or Notes (Up to 4 pages): Short papers should describe innovative work in progress, without significant results yet, that contribute to well-founded research. Presentation time for short papers will be 10 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions. The papers with this  format could be written either in English or Spanish.
Poster / Prototype (Up to 2 pages): Posters or prototypes must present work in progress or consist of a demonstration of a technical tool. These contributions will be exhibited in a poster session during the conference where there are presentations and demonstrations to all the community. Posters can be submitted either in English or Spanish.
Doctoral Colloquium (Up to 2 pages): The Doctoral Colloquium is a forum in which Ph.D. students will discuss their work with each other and with 
experts in their area. Students will present and discuss their thesis and will receive feedback to help them with their research plans. These papers are assigned a 2-page limit in the conference proceedings and  first author must be a PhD Student. PhD students will give a short  presentation (10 minutes) about their work. After each presentation, group discussion will take place. The papers with this format can be written either in English or Spanish.
Workshop /Tutorial proposal (Up to 2 pages): Anyone interested in organizing a workshop, parallel to the conference, can send a workshop proposal to the Program Committee including title, brief description, topics of interest, workshop objectives, the expected audience, anticipated outcomes, and short CVs of workshop proposers.
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GENERAL CHAIR: Sergio Zepeda, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana (UAM), Mexico

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE CHAIR: Victor M. Gonzalez, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de México (ITAM), Mexico


Monica Tentori, CICESE Research Center, Mexico
Luis A. Castro, CICESE Research Center, Mexico


Alfredo Sánchez, Universidad de las Americas Puebla (UDLAP), Mexico
Eduardo Calvillo, Universidad Politecnica de San Luis Potosí, Mexico
Cuauhtémoc Rivera-Loaiza, Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolas de 
Hidalgo, Mexico
Victor M. Gonzalez, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de México (ITAM), Mexico
Mario Moreno, Universidad Tecnológica de la Mixteca (UTM), Mexico

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