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The IHCI Conference presents the best of current HCI research and practice, emphasizing innovation and quantified experience. IHCI has emerged as the foremost world-wide gathering of academic researchers, Ph.D. and graduate students, top research think tanks and industry technology developers.

The complete details are available on the conference website: https://ihci.cs.kent.edu/

This 13TH International conference on Intelligent Human Computer Interaction (IHCI) will be held with the Kent Student Center (Tentative) in Kent, Ohio, USA from the 20th to 22th December 2021 . The conference will include keynote speakers who work both in industry and academia and expects to attract more than 100 participants. And accepted papers will be published in the Springer-LNCS proceedings volume.

Prospective authors are invited to submit papers on any of the topics listed below:

Advanced Interface

  • Interface for Context Sensitive Applications
  • Haptic in HCI
  • Language and speech interfaces
  • Intelligent wearable, mobile interfaces, and ubiquitous interfaces
  • Multi-modal interfaces (speech, vision, eye gaze, face, physiological information etc.)
  • Brain-Computer/Brain-Machine Interface
  • Soft Computing for Machine Interface
  • Intelligent ,Interactive visualization tools
  • Affective and aesthetic interfaces
  • Bio-Inspired Computing
  • Interface Design for Accessibility
  • Cognitive Interface Design
  • Ontology for Interface Design

AI and Data

  • Interactive Machine learning
  • Generation of multi-modal┬ácontent
  • Agent based Intelligent User Assistance
  • Cognitive Learning Analytics
  • Social media analysis
  • User adaptation and Personalization
  • Recommender systems

Ubiquitous & Virtual Worlds

  • Cloud computing in HCI
  • Human-Sensor Interaction
  • Assisted and Enhanced Living Host
  • Telehealth in HCI
  • Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality/Extended Reality

Security & Education

  • Blockchain in HCI
  • Cyber Security in HCI
  • Pedagogical technologies
  • Early Childhood Education in HCI
  • E-Learning in HCI

Human-Robot Interaction

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