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MobileHCI 2003

MobileHCI 2003 was held from September 8–11 in Udine, Italy.

Table of Contents

  • Committee
  • Attendance
  • Financial data not available
  • Committee

    Symposium Chair

    Luca Chittaro, HCI Lab, University of Udine

    Program Committee

    Keith Cheverst, University of Lancaster

    Luca Chittaro (symposium chair), University of Udine

    Joelle Coutaz, University of Grenoble

    Boris de Ruyter, Philips Research

    Alan Dix, vfridge limited

    Mark Dunlop, University of Strathclyde

    Tom Gross, Fraunhofer FIT

    Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research

    Matt Jones, University of Waikato

    Anne Kaikkonen, Nokia Research

    Pekka Ketola, Nokia Mobile Phones

    Brad Myers, Carnegie Mellon University

    Laurence Nigay, University of Grenoble

    Reinhardt Opperman, Fraunhofer FIT

    Fabio Paterno', C.N.R. - ISTI

    Matthias Rauterberg, University of Eindhoven

    Jun Rekimoto, Sony - CSL

    Daniel Salber, IBM - T.J. Watson

    Andrew Sears, UMBC

    Chris Schmandt, MIT Media Lab

    Albrecht Schmidt, University of Munich

    Mathias Schneider-Hufschmidt, Siemens

    Constantine Stephanidis, Forth

    Manfred Tscheligi, CURE

    Bruno von Niman, Ericsson

    David Williams, Motorola

    Local Organizing Committee

    Paolo Coppola, University of Udine

    Vincenzo Della Mea, University of Udine

    Luca Di Gaspero, University of Udine

    Stefano Mizzaro, University of Udine

    Roberto Ranon, University of Udine


    Attendance data is not yet available for MobileHCI 2003.

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