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INTERACT 2003 - Bringing the Bits Together

The ninth IFIP Technical Committee 13 (TC13) international conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) will act as a platform for HCI research and practice.

INTERACT 2003 is a conference for everyone involved in HCI, whether designing software or systems, managing the development or implementation of new sytems and technology in organizations, researching, studying or teaching.

This conference is suitable for both experienced members of the HCI community and for beginners who may want to find out about HCI and increase their knowledge and skills.

Sessions that may be of interest include:




Date: from 31 August, 2003 to 04 September, 2003
Venue: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland
Event website: http://www.interact2003.org/

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