[CFP] Augmented Humans 2022 in Kashiwanoha/Munich/Online

Augmented Humans 2022が,柏の葉/ドイツ/オンラインのハイブリッドで開催予定です.Full/Short paperの投稿締切がせまってまいりました.ぜひ投稿をご検討ください.

Augmented Humans 2022
March 13-15th, 2022, Online/onsite hybrid conference, Japan and Germany

- Full/Short Papers: January 7th, 2022, Anywhere on Earth (NO EXTENSION)
Decisions sent to Author: February 7th, 2022
- Posters/Demos: February 11st, 2022
Decisions sent to Author: February 25th, 2022

The Augmented Humans (AHs) International Conference 2022 will be an online/onsite hybrid conference, held on 13-15 March 2022. The conference focuses on physical, cognitive, and perceptual augmentation of humans through digital technologies. The plural - humans - emphasizes the move towards technologies that enhance human capabilities beyond the individual and will have the potential for impact on societal scale.
The idea of augmenting the human intellect has a long tradition, the term was coined by Douglas Engelbart in 1962. Today, many of the technologies envisioned by Engelbart and others are commonplace, and looking towards the future, many technologies which amplify the human body and mind far beyond the original vision.
The conference proceedings are planned to be published in the ACM Digital Library as a volume in its International Conference Proceedings Series with ISBN (Pending).

- Applications in tourism, games, art
- Security, privacy and trust aspects of augmented human technology
- Augmentation of human health through digital technologies
- Augmentation technologies for aspects of live (e.g., sleep, eating)
- Augmented, virtual and mixed reality
- Augmented sport activities
- Bionic systems for amplification and augmentation of human abilities
- Brain-machine interfaces
- Co-robots for human augmentation
- Digital technologies for physical, cognitive, mental, and perceptional augmentation
- Exoskeletons and assistive devices for the amplification of human physical strength and physiological sensing
- Implanted technologies and interfaces
- Sensing for context-awareness
- Sensors and actuators for smart artifacts and smart textiles
- Supernumerary robotic limbs
- Technologies to improve human experience and to reduce stress
- Tele-manipulation and tele-existence using robotics technology
- Training and rehabilitation technology
- Wearable computing and ubiquitous computing for augmenting human capabilities

Full papers
- up to 20 pages excluding references, anonymized, 15min presentation +5min QA
Short papers
- up to 8 pages excluding references, anonymized, 7min presentation +3min QA
Poster and Demonstration papers
- up to 6 pages excluding references, anonymized, excluding references, poster presentation or demonstration at the conference

Please use the SIGCHI single-column format for full papers, short papers, posters, and demos (SigConf template). Supplemental video submission is recommended. Papers will be reviewed in a double-blind process. Each paper will receive 2-3 reviews.
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General Chairs
Masaaki Mochimaru, AIST
Program Committee Chairs
Yuichi Kurita, Hiroshima University
Karola Marky, University of Glasgow