Call for Participation
In order to promote the access to the knowledge of experts and encourage the exchange of experiences, the Organizing Committee of the MexIHC conference convey the following call for participation on interdisciplinary, relevant, current and practical topics on different areas of research in the area of Human-Computer Interaction. The modalities of participation are:
Every subject related to Human-Computer Interaction, such as those listed in the conference, with a duration of 3 up to 8 hours.
A conference, an interactive mini-workshop, a training session or any other modality which explore new forms of interaction with duration from 1 up to 3 hours.
• Introducción a la Interacción Humano-Computadora.
• Evaluación de Interfaces Móviles.
• Experiencia del UsaLab en la Gestión y Planificación de Proyectos de UX para el sector público y privado.
• Lean UX Workshop
Guidelines for proposals
Proposals for workshops and tutorials should contain the necessary information to enable the workshops chairs to judge its importance, quality and interest of the community in the proposed topics. These should not exceed two pages. When to propose a workshop, please provide (at least) the following information:
• Title and goals of the workshop or tutorial.
• Time required to deliver the workshop or tutorial.
• The relevance of the workshop or tutorial in connection with the themes of the conference.
• A brief description of the content (eg. objectives, scope).
• The specific topics to be addressed at the workshop (brief agenda).
• The target audience.
• Expected number of participants (maximum of participants).
• Names, affiliations, e-mail and short biographies of the organizers of the workshop, whom must have experience in the topics of the workshop.
• Special requirements with respect to logistics (eg. stands for posters, more than one video projector, etc.).
• The format in which the proposals should be submitted will be the corresponds to the ACM.
Workshops and Tutorials Chairs
- Mario Alberto Moreno Rocha, Universidad Tecnológica de la Mixteca
- J. Sergio Zepeda Hernández, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana