Call for Tutorials
MobileHCI tutorials are in-depth presentations of fundamental or state-of-the-art topics
presented by researchers or practitioners within the field of MobileHCI, which is about
effective interaction with and through mobile devices, applications, and services. The
tutorials empower attendees to learn new skills and offer possibilities to meet new people and
discuss topics of shared interest. The scope for tutorials is broad and includes topics, such as
new technologies, research approaches and methodologies, design practices, user/consumer
insights, investigations into new services/applications/interfaces, statistics, and much more.
Virtual or Augmented Reality, wearable computing, and generally applications with
technology on the go in mind are highly recommended.
A tutorial should focus on its topic in detail and include references to the "must-read" papers or materials within its domain. A participatory approach in which the tutorial participants actively engage in exercises is welcomed, though not required. The expected audience will vary in terms of prior knowledge, but will largely consist of researchers, PhD students, practitioners, and educators. Tutorial proposal submissions by industrials are welcomed as well.
The overall conference theme in 2023 is "Beyond morality: Ethics and action in MobileHCI", so we invite tutorials to discuss ethical aspects in their work, as part of their problem definitions, system design, experiment design, instrument and metric adoption and conclusions.
|*All deadlines are AoE|
|Submission||May 26, 2023|
|Notifications||June 23, 2023|
|Camera-Ready||July 7, 2023|
|Day of Tutorials||September 26, 2023|
MobileHCI 2023 will be held in person (with hybrid participation) during September 26-29,
2023 in Athens, Greece.
Tutorials with physical presence of the instructors are highly recommended.
In your proposal please include:
Curated, i.e. the tutorial chairs will review the submissions and decide on acceptance
Tutorials are not submitted anonymously, i.e. instructors do not remove their names and affiliations from their submission materials.
Accepted tutorial proposals will be included in the Conference Adjunct Proceedings. ACM will send you a copyright form, which you have to complete. Once completed, ACM will provide you the copyright information to be put into your paper. You can then submit the camera-ready version (including the copyright notice) through the submission system.
Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg
Technical University Darmstadt, Germany
Jadavpur University, India