Human Computer Interaction Consortium
Registration for HCIC 2023 closed on May 5. If you are trying to register past this deadline, please contact the HCIC Administrator, Meredith Lowe, to see if registration is still possible: email@example.com
To facilitate your planning, please refer to the information links provided below. These links contain detailed information regarding travel, accommodation, cancellation, and reimbursement policies. We encourage you to review this information carefully to ensure a smooth and successful event experience.
Thank you for your interest in the HCIC 2023 Annual Meeting. We look forward to welcoming you to Wisconsin and engaging in fruitful discussions that will shape the future of the field.
|Registration Deadline||May 5, 2023|
The Human-Computer Interaction Consortium was founded in 1988 as a means of fostering interaction among universities, companies, and government research laboratories interested in promoting academic training, basic and applied research, and technology transfer in the area of Human-Computer Interaction.
Membership is by organization and only employees of member organizations are eligible to participate in the activities of the consortium. Institutions interested in becoming a member should inquire with the officers.
In 2023, HCIC adopted a policy to expand access to its annual meeting to students and postdoc, faculty, researcher, or other guests from non-member institutions.
The Annual Conference is organized around a theme each year and may feature invited speakers on the topic. The event is held at a "retreat" venue, usually away from large cities or member organization campuses/headquarters.
The Human-Computer Interaction Consortium (HCIC): A History by Gary Olson . The primary author of this history was Gary Olson, but many others offered important input, since much of this history has had to be reconstructed from memories rather than a wealth of documents. Those who have added substantially to this have been Martha Polson, Don Norman, Judy Olson, Terry Roberts, Gerhard Fischer, and Clayton Lewis.