Call for Papers Industrial Programme

Industrial Programme

Submissions are solicited from HCI experts in industry for the industrial programme. The industry programme aims at providing an opportunity to hear presentations and reflections on the practice of HCI, both in Africa and internationally. The submissions can address any theme linked to the conference topics. The Industry Programme Committee will review all submissions and select those for inclusion in the conference programme. The submission should describe the proposed presentation topic including a rough outline of the material to be covered but there are no additional strict guidelines on the type of content to include.

Submissions will be peer-reviewed, but should not be anonymous. Please include all author names and affiliations. Acceptance will be based on the relevance of the topic to the INTERACT 2013 programme, its relevance and importance for the INTERACT community, and the potential for stimulating attendee interest and participation.

The Industrial Programme will take place throughout the conference. It will include both submissions and invited talks. We especially encourage submissions from practitioners in Africa.

Submit industry programme papers of a maximum 8 pages in .PDF format by 25 March 2013, using the conference submission system. Papers must be formatted according to the prescribed LNCS (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) format (see panel on right-hand side to download the formatting instructions). Accepted submissions must be presented at the conference and will be published by Springer in the LNCS Series. Practitioners can choose instead to submit Short Papers and/or Posters (above) and are welcome to do so. These submissions are to be blind and will be reviewed with all other submissions, and they will not be included as part of the Industrial Programme.

We strongly encourage those who are interested in submitting but who have not previously attended the conference to contact the Industrial Programme chairs for more information.


Any questions regarding the Industrial Programme should be directed to: