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INTERACT '99

SEVENTH IFIP CONFERENCE ON HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION
INCORPORATING HCI '99

Edinburgh Conference Centre, Riccarton, Edinburgh, Scotland
30th August - 3rd September 1999

Under the auspices of IFIP TC13 on Human-Computer Interaction
Hosted by The British Computer Society


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HCI
Group

INTERACT '99 took place in Edinburgh in Autumn 1999 - a major international conference presenting leading-edge research and development in almost all aspects of interactive computer systems and technology. INTERACT '99 was the last major HCI conference of the millennium.

The conference opened with a triumphant fanfare composed by Jim Alty and played by Glasgow Computing Brass featuring Jan O. Borchers (MPEG and Real Stream provided by Kari Hamnes and Silja Nyhus).


Fanfare for INTERACT 99.

The main pages on this site are accessible under four "tabs" at the top of this page:

Subsequent major HCI events

 INTERACT 2001

INTERACT '99 was sponsored by IFIP TC13.

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IFIP TC13

Hosted by the British Computer Society through its specialist group, The British Human-Computer Interaction Group.

BCS

BCS

British HCI Group

Support from the following sponsors is gratefully acknowledged

Microsoft Research

Motorola

NCR

Microsoft
Research

Motorola

NCR

British HCI Group

AP

Compaq

Glasgow Development Agency

Academic
Press

Trilogy

Support from the following is also gratefully acknowledged:

Heriot-Watt University

University College London

Lothian & Edinburgh Enterprise Ltd

Elsevier Science

Edinburgh
Convention
Bureau

INTERACT '99 is held in cooperation with:

BPS

IEE

CEPIS

British HCI Group

BPS

IEE

ACM

ACM SIGCHI

CEPIS

           

RAAI

Ergonomic Society of Australia's
CHISIG

The Ergonomics Society

AFIHM

RAAI

Eurographics

IMAS

 

 

This page has been accessed times (since 10/11/98).


Scottish Danish site: The site was edited by Mark Dunlop of Risų National Laboratory in Denmark but held at Glasgow University in Scotland. The official URL for INTERACT 99 is http://www.bcs.org.uk/hci/i99/ but the site is held at http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/i99/ which would be a safer bookmark since it uses less redirections.
Last edits to site: 23 September 1999.

Australian mirror: Mirror kindly supported by Richard Thomas held at http://www.cs.uwa.edu.au/i99