|Title of host publication||APCHI 2002 – 5th Asia Pacific Conference on Computer Human Interaction – User Interface Technology in the 21st Century|
|Number of pages||12|
|Place of Publication||Beijing|
|Publisher||science press China|
|Pages||833 – 844|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|
Bibliographical noteAPCHI 2002 held in Beijing
The 5th Asia-Pacific Conference on Computer-Human Interaction (APCHI 2002) was held in Beijing Friendship Hotel from November 1-4, 2002. The meeting was organized by CAS Institute of Software (ISCAS), and funded by the Technical Committee on Human-Computer Interaction (TC 13) of International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP), IEEE-CS China Section, etc.
The Human-Computer Interaction (CHI) emerges gradually as one of the 21st century's key technologies, and it is likely to be the focus of IT competition. In this connection, APCHI 2002 furnished an opportunity to boost the common CHI progress in Asia-Pacific Region, and attracted researchers of various academic backgrounds, such as ergonomics, CHI, information system, software engineering, artificial intelligence, design methodology, social sciences, management sciences, etc.
130 scientists from more than 20 countries attended the meeting. The conference invited celebrated speakers, including Dr. John Karat, a CHI scientist and Chair of IFIP TC13, Prof. Daniel Siewiorek, Director of Human Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Prof. Masaaki Kurosu and Mr. Aaron Marcus, world-famous experts in usability engineering.
During the conference, the participants were arranged to visit The Human Computer Interaction Technology and Intelligence Information Processing Lab of ISCAS; all showed great interests to the lab's research of pen-user interface (PUI) and spoke highly of their excellent job.-20