Human-Computer Interaction: Communication, Cooperation, and Application Design

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Acknowledgements
General Conference Chair
Hans-Jörg Bullinger
Fraunhofer IAO and University of Stuttgart, IAT, Germany
Program Chair
Jürgen Ziegler, Fraunhofer IAO, Germany
Organizational Chair
Rolf Ilg, University of Stuttgart, IAT, Germany
Organizing Committee
Anke Ahrend
Marion Kostendt
Maren Rehpenning
Katja Roglin
Paul Hubert Vossen
(all Fraunhofer IAO, Germany)
Student Volunteer Chair
Michael Koch, TU Munich, Germany
Conference Advisory Board
Peter Gorny, Germany
Satoshi Goto, Japan
Bengt Knave, Sweden
Richard Koubek, USA
Holger Luczak, Germany
Takao Ohkubo, Japan
Ralf Reichwald, Germany
Susumu Saito, Japan
Gavriel Salvendy, USA
Ben Shneiderman, USA
Constantin Skarpelis, Germany
Michael J. Smith, USA
Jean-Claude Sperandio, France
Hiroshi Tamura, Japan
Thomas J. Triggs, USA
Constantine Stephanidis, Greece
Program Committee
Arne Aaras, Norway
Julio Abascal, Spain
Beth Adelson, USA
Yuichiro Anzai, Japan
Udo Arend, Germany
Albert Arnold, Netherlands
Elena Averboukh, Germany
Sebastiano Bagnara, Italy
Evangelos Bekiaris, Greece
Massimo Bergamasco, Italy
Eric Bergman, USA
Nigel Bevan, UK
Martin Böcker, Germany
Kenneth R. Boff, USA
George Boggs, USA
Valentina M. Bondarovskaia, Ukraine
Gunilla Bradley, Sweden
John Carroll, USA
Frue Cheng, Taiwan
Yee-Yin Choong, USA
Gilbert Cockton, UK
Barbara G. F. Cohen, USA
Martha E. Crosby, USA
Ulrich Eisenecker, Germany
Klaus-Peter Fähnrich, Germany
Daniel Felix, Switzerland
Shin 'Ichi Fukuzumi, Japan
Kazuo Furuta, Japan
Ephraim P. Glinert, USA
Tamara A. Grinchenko, Russia
Vincent Grosjean, France
Seppo Haataja, Finland
Martin Helander, Sweden
Michitaka Hirose, Japan
Erik Hollnagel, Norway
Egon Hörbst, Germany
Pekka Huuhtanen, Finland
Sheue-Ling Hwang, Taiwan
Ilias Iakovidis, Belgium
Julie A. Jacko, USA

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