Call: 6th International Conference on Intelligent Human-Computer Interaction (IHCI 2014)


6th International Conference on Intelligent Human-Computer Interaction
IHCI 2014

Evry, France, December 8-10, 2014

Important dates:
Papers submission before June 30, 2014 (extended)
Notification by September 10, 2014
Final version due September 30, 2014
Venue: December 8-10, 2014 (in Evry, France)

The international conference on Intelligent Human-Computer Interaction (IHCI) is a forum for the presentation of technological advances and research results at the crossroads of human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, signal processing and computer vision. It brings together engineers and scientists from various application fields and from around the world.

The 6th edition in the series, IHCI 2014, will be held in Evry (near Paris), France, on December 8-10, 2014.


Keynote speeches will be given by:

  • Prof. Catherine Pelachaud (Telecom ParisTech & CNRS/LTCI) on “Interacting with socio-emotional agents” and
  • Prof. Anatole Lécuyer (INRIA/IRISA) on “Using Eyes, Hands, and Brain for 3D Interaction with Virtual Environments”.
  • Prof. Gabriella Pasi (Milano Bicocca University, Italy) on “Exploiting users preferences and users actions in defining user models for personalised search”.

Theoretical, practical and application-oriented contributions are invited from prospective authors. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

Signal and vision based interaction

Speech and text processing
Vision-based face and motion capture
Brain-computer interfaces
Body sensors and communication
Data mining, information retrieval
Multimodal interface

Intelligent Interfaces

Natural language processing and dialogue
Gesture models and recognition
Cognitive models
Affective and emotional models


Natural User Interfaces
Human-robot interaction
Virtual and augmented reality
Remote and face-to-face collaboration
Embodied conversational agents
Mobile interfaces

Every submission must identify the theme which best relates to the contents of the paper. All contributions should be of high quality, original and not published elsewhere or submitted for publication during the review period. Regular papers (6 to 8 pages) and poster papers (3 to 4 pages) will be blind reviewed by at least 2 members of the International Program Committee. Proceedings will be published by Elsevier in a dedicated online Computer Science Procedia issue that will be freely accessible (open access) on (at


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