Call for Papers

MobileHCI 2010 accepts submissions is several cathegories.

Suggested Topics

We solicit original research and technical papers not published elsewhere focusing on the following topics (but not limited to):

  • Novel user interfaces and interaction techniques
  • Mobile social networks
  • Context-aware systems
  • Perception and modelling of the environment
  • Personal assistance with mobile devices
  • Multimodal interaction (including audio and speech)
  • Group interaction and mobility
  • Mobility and work environments
  • Mobile accessibility
  • Mobile social networks
  • Interfaces for mobile communities
  • Multi-cultural interaction
  • Mobile devices including PDAs, Pocket PCs, WAP phones
  • 3G/4G devices and services
  • Services for mobile devices
  • Wearable computing, smart clothes, new devices and sensors
  • Mobile entertainment
  • Mobile storytelling and location based gaming
  • Mobile art
  • Designing Web sites for mobile devices
  • Evaluation and usability of mobile devices and services
  • User centred design tools and methods for mobile systems
  • Ethnographical and field studies with mobile technology
  • Model-based design of interactive mobile systems
  • Visualization techniques for the mobile context (including 3D graphics on mobile devices)
  • Safety issues e.g., in-car user interfaces, payments
  • Trust, privacy, content protection, legal aspects & issues in mobile applications & services


Submissions must be in an electronic form as PDF files and in the ACM MobileHCI Proceedings format, and should be uploaded using the conference website  Submited papers will be peer-reviewed by at least 3 programme committee members. Additional guidelines can be found on the submissions' page.

The conference Proceedings will be published by ACM and indexed by the ACM Digital Library.

Accepted Full Papers, Short Papers, Workshop Abstracts, Poster Abstracts, Demonstration Abstracts, Panel Abstracts, Industrial Case Studies, and Doctoral Consortium Abstracts will be available via the ACM Digital Library.