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The Eighth Danish HCI Research Symposium
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The Eighth Danish HCI Research Symposium (DHRS08) will be held at Aalborg University, Thursday November 20, 9.00-21.30 Selma Lagerlöfsvej 300.
We are happy to announce the Eight Danish Human-Computer Interaction Research Symposium under the theme ‘HCI Retro: What to keep and what to let go’ The symposium will include an invited keynote speaker in addition to a number of paper presentations and poster sessions. Since 2001 the annual Danish Human-Computer Interaction Research Symposium has stimulated networking and provided an overview across the various parts of the Danish HCI research scene. Previous symposia have been hosted by University of Aarhus (2001 and 2006), University of Copenhagen (2002), Roskilde University Centre (2003), Aalborg University (2004), Copenhagen Business School (2005), IT University Copenhagen (2007). This year's symposium will continue the tradition.
Marianne Stokholm , Professor and experienced practitioner in industrial design has accepted the challenge of being this years keynote. Marianne is experienced in design of interactions (vs. products) and we are looking forward to get inspiration from her knowledge and domain.
Call for papers
Submission deadline October 15, 2008,
We invite researchers from academia and industry to participate by submitting a paper on recent or ongoing work. Participation is based on submission of a short paper: 4 pages in ACM format. Template can be found at  Papers are submitted via mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings.
If the number of accepted papers exceeds possibilities for presentations within the timeframe of the conference, some papers will be selected for oral presentation and others for poster-presentation.
Symposium papers can present work in progress, recent published work, organizational overviews, teaching experiences, etc. HCI should be interpreted broadly, including ethnographical, sociological, aesthetic, psychological, and numerous other approaches to researching the interaction between humans and computers, including implementation and evaluation of new and innovative interaction techniques and models for implementing modern interactive systems.
Submissions will be reviewed by the organizers according to the following criteria:
- They address HCI in a broad sense, and the theme in specific
- They relate to new ideas or perspectives
- They have a research focus
The working language of the symposium is English.
October 15, 2008: Deadline for submission of symposium papers to email@example.com.
October 25, 2008: Notification of authors.
November 1st, 2008: Deadline for payment and registration (Register here ).
November 20, 2008: DHRS2008
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The registration fee is 800 DKK (1000 DKK after Nov. 1st). It includes printed proceedings, lunch, refreshments and dinner. Student fee is 100 kr, NOT INCLUDING printed proceedings, lunch, and dinner
The symposium is organized by HCI researchers at Aalborg University in alphabetic order
Janne Jul Jensen 
Kasper Løvborg Jensen 
Anne Marie Kanstrup 
Lars Bo Larsen 
Tom Nyvang 
Jan Stage