MobileHCI conference brings together people from diverse areas and provides a multidisciplinary forum for academics, hardware and software developers, designers and practitioners to discuss the challenges and potential solutions for effective interaction with and through mobile devices, applications, and services. The conference welcomes contributions that promote the exchange of ideas and rational discourse between academics, researchers, and industries all over the world.
MobileHCI 2023 will be held in person (with hybrid participation) during September 26-29, 2023 in Athens, Greece.
Accepted papers are now in the Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction (PACMHCI), archived in the ACM Digital Library.
Full Papers | Adjunct Proceedings
We look forward to receiving your contributions and to welcoming you to Athens!
We are happy to announce that MobileHCI'23 will be co-located and ran in parallel with CHIGreece'23, the biannual conference organised by the Greek ACM SIGCHI Chapter. We invite you to consider submitting to CHIGreece'23, whose proceedings are published in the ACM DL. Please note that separate registrations are required to attend the events.
We are excited to announce the keynote speakers for MobileHCI'23!
Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed and evaluated based on originality, technical depth, research novelty, correctness, relevance to the conference, and readability. MobileHCI invites submissions for the following tracks:
Only for students:
The conference theme in 2023 is "Beyond morality: Ethics and action in MobileHCI". Ethics are our deliberate effort to find answers to the questions of identifying good actions and choices. Focusing on deliberate action, we'd like to encourage authors to bravely move from following inherited, learned or handed-down rules that define good actions and choices (e.g. from legislation, professional practice, tradition, cultural and social norms and customs, etc) and to reflect on how their work addresses design, implementation and implications from a normative ethics viewpoint, such as virtue-based, deontological or utilitarian - consequentialist approaches. We invite all authors to especially consider and discuss ethical aspects in their work, as part of their problem definitions, system design, experiment design, instrument and metric adoption and conclusions and generalisations of research findings. For more information on the theme, please click here.
If you are a student who wants to attend MobileHCI 2023, and you need help funding your travel, you can apply for the Gary Marsden Travel Awards.
|*All deadlines are AoE|
|Accessible Post-TAPS PDF|
|Day of Workshops||September 26, 2023|
|Demos, Tutorials, Panels, and Industrial Perspectives|
MobileHCI'23 is currently supported by: