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Just a quick reminder that next Friday (1st August) is the deadline for submissions to EuroHCIR 2014, which I am co-organising with Max Wilson, Birger Larsen, Preben Hansen and Kristian Norling. This is the fourth year we’ve run the event, so we’re hoping for a good set of submissions to keep up momentum. As before, we’re accepting both research and practice-oriented papers, so if you have any queries (particularly about the latter) just drop me a line.

The event itself is on 13 September at BCS London, with a poster session/social scheduled for the evening before. I’ve appended a summary of the call for papers below, and further details can be found at the EuroHCIR 2014 website. Hope to see you there!

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[This must be my shortest blog post ever] Just a quick note to say the deadline for EuroHCIR has been extended by 1 week, to June 29. Keep those papers coming in!

 

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Just a quick reminder that next Friday (22nd) is the deadline for submissions to EuroHCIR 2012, which I am co-organising with Max Wilson, Birger Larsen and James Kalbach. This is only the second year we’ve run the event, so we’re hoping for a good set of submissions to keep up momentum we generated in 2011. As before, we’re accepting both research and practice-oriented papers, so if you have any queries (particularly about the latter) just drop me a line.

The event itself is on August 25 in Amsterdam, co-located with IIiX. I’ve appended a summary of the call for papers below, and further details can be found at the EuroHCIR 2012 website. Hope to see you there!

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