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MobileHCI 2004

MobileHCI 2004 was held from September 13–16 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Table of Contents

  • Committee
  • Attendance
  • Financial data not available
  • Committee

    Conference Chair

    Dr Mark Dunlop, Computer and information Sciences, University of Strathclyde

    Programme Chair

    Prof Stephen Brewster, Computer Science, University of Glasgow


    Dr Steve Neely, Computer and information Sciences, University of Strathclyde

    Panels Chair

    Dr Matt Jones, Computer Science, Waikato University

    Workshops Chair

    Dr Marilyn McGee, Computer Science, University of Glasgow

    International Programme Committee

    Russell Beale

    Robert Biddle

    Barry Brown

    Lorna Brown

    Matthew Chalmers

    Alan Chamberlain

    Keith Cheverst

    Luca Chittaro

    Andy Cockburn

    Joelle Coutaz

    Murray Crease

    Boris De Ruyter

    Alan Dix

    Joy Goodman

    Phil Gray

    Tom Gross

    Ken Hinckley

    Simon Holland

    Chris Johnson

    Matt Jones

    Steve Jones

    Anne Kaikkonen

    Pekka Ketola

    Panu Korhonen

    Vuokko Lantz

    Peter Lonsdale

    Jo Lumsden

    Gary Marsden

    Masood Masoodian

    David Mcgookin

    David Morse

    Rod Murray-Smith

    Eamonn O'neil

    Reinhard Oppermann

    Fabio Paterno

    Antti Pirhonen

    Roope Raisamo

    Thomas Rist

    Daniel Salber

    Albrecht Schmidt

    Matthias Schneider-Hufschmidt

    Andrew Sears

    Manfred Tscheligi

    Paul Vickers

    Bruno Von Niman

    David Williams


    Attendance data is not yet available for MobileHCI 2004.

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