OzCHI 2015 is happening in Melbourne this year!

OzCHI 2015


Join us in Melbourne for OzCHI 2015, the 27th Australian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 7-10 December 2015 (http://ozchi.org)

OzCHI is Australia’s leading forum for the latest in HCI research and practice. OzCHI attracts a broad international community of researchers, industry practitioners, academics and students. We welcome participants from a range of backgrounds, including interface designers, user experience experts, information architects, software engineers, human factors specialists, information systems analysts and social scientists.

This year there’s an exceptional program of high quality peer-reviewed papers, panels and workshops http://www.ozchi.org/2015/program.html#top. The conference will be on campus at the University of Melbourne in the newly built Melbourne School of Design Building.

Each day will begin with three extraordinary keynote speakers (http://www.ozchi.org/2015/keynotes.html#top)

Abigal Sellen – Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research Cambridge and leader of the Human Experience and Design Group

Elizabeth Churchill – Director of User Experience at Google and Executive Vice President of ACM SIGCHI

Stelarc – Internationally renown performance artist provoking new ways of understanding the human body and technology, through prosthetics, robotics and choreography

Full conference (3 days) or single day registrations are now open. The program is particularly suitable for those in the UX industry on Wednesday, and those working in the Creative industry on Thursday

Register Now! http://www.ozchi.org/2015/registration.html#top (NB early bird ends 14 Nov)

See you at OzCHI 2015.

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