The 9th SIDeR Conference will be held at the IT-City Katrinebjerg, Aarhus University, Denmark. The conference is organised by students and faculty from Dept. of Computer Science and Dept. of Aestethics and Communication, Aarhus University
Conference: 09-10 April 2013
Submission of papers, poster and demoes: 01 february 2013
Call for participation
Theme: Empowering Interactions
The conference theme for the 9th Student Interaction Design Research conference (SIDeR’13) is Empowering Interactions. Interaction design is now pervasive in all areas of life and there are few activities that are not in some way augmented, supported or even made possible by information technology. People from all walks of life are influenced by technology and in turn influence, appropriate or simply love technology. This has led to new opportunities for empowering people through technology, as well as helping people create technology that empowers themselves or others. This can be seen both as a democratic endeavour that opens up the world of information technology to everyone, as well as a pragmatic way of ensuring that products are actually used after their creation.
At the SIDeR’13 conference we invite everyone to submit work highlighting different forms of empowering interactions. You are free to interpret our theme as you see fit – it is a theme, not a stringent formula to be fulfilled. We welcome case studies, theoretical musings and couplings of theory and practical work.
ORGANISING COMMITTEES and chairs
Programme Chairs: Marianne Graves-Petersen, Peter Dalsgaard, Nicolai Brodersen Hansen
Main organizing Chair: Søren Poulsen
Social Chairs: student associations at IT-City Katrinebjerg
Sponsor chair: Tobias Sonne
Student volunteer Chair: Tobias Møller Kjærsgaard
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