Computing technologies are embedded in every aspect of human life. The rapid development of computing technologies for addressing individual, social, and community needs has made them inseparable parts of human life. These interactions, including human interactions with each other and computing systems of any kind, are playing increasingly important roles.
We are excited about submissions in the HCSC symposium that push the boundaries in areas such as:
Next-Generation Human-Computer Interaction: Going beyond traditional interfaces to explore immersive and intuitive ways humans interact with digital systems.
AI and Human Collaboration: Unraveling the dynamics of human and AI agent interactions on social platforms and how this synergy can lead to unprecedented insights into behavior and social structures.
Sustainable ICT for Global Impact: How information and communication technologies are being leveraged for meaningful global development, focusing on sustainability and social impact.
Health and Wellness Through Wearable and Affective Technology: Cutting-edge research in wearable sensors, mobile, and affective technology that is actively improving health outcomes and personal well-being.
Ethical Frontiers in Technology: Addressing the emerging privacy, ethical, and legal challenges that arise as technology becomes more pervasive in our everyday lives.
The Social Computing Revolution: Examining how social computing is evolving from basic network interactions to complex, real-time event detection and response systems.
Innovative Human-centric Software Engineering: Showcasing software engineering approaches that place humans at the center, focusing on user experience, accessibility, and societal impact.
We welcome full papers (10 pages max) and short papers (6 pages max) emphasizing one or both topics of human-centric computing and social computing.