The Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computer Systems, IHC, is the main conference for exchanging ideas and information about multidisciplinary studies and researches on the interaction between users and computer systems. It is also a meeting a venue for university and industry researchers from Brazil and abroad, as well as for designers, programmers, educators and other people from different communities and traditions. The first edition of IHC took place in 1998. In 2011, together with CLIHC (Latin American HCI Conference), the conference was held in Porto de Galinhas, PE, and was attended by nearly 200 people. This year, IHC will be held for the first time in the Midwest of Brazil, in the city of Cuiabá, supported and organized by UFMT (Federal University of Mato Grosso). It aims to show the continuous and significant development of researches in this Brazilian region, overspreading HCI studies throughout the country.
Main Theme
The main theme of the conference, THE NATURE OF/IN INTERACTION, intends to evoke the tendency for more natural and intuitive interactions, the strong presence of social and collective computing, and the natural process of interaction between people and technology, respecting Nature and its resources. The coordinators invite the various communities in HCI to discuss the role of researchers and HCI professionals in developing interactive technologies that promote naturality, socialization and collaborative efforts for a sustainable future, in harmony with natural resources. The conference is intended to discuss users needs, expectations, experiences and possibilities for employing different interaction and communication technologies, aiming at full participation in social and civil life.
Topics of Interest
The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • Accessibility
  • Task and user analysis
  • Applications on health, education, transportation, sports and environment
  • Affective computing and emotional aspects in computing
  • HCI education
  • Ergonomics in HCI
  • Studies on new interaction devices
  • Legal issues related to computer systems use and design
  • Impacts of HCI on society
  • Integrating HCI and Software Engineering techniques
  • Interaction with posthumous or post-mortem data
  • Interaction and citizenship
  • Interaction and information spread
  • Interaction and entertainment
  • Interaction and aging
  • Flexible and context-aware interaction
  • Human-robot interaction
  • Social interaction: virtual communities, online communities
  • Voice and Multimodal interfaces
  • Adaptive, adaptable, intelligent interfaces
  • Natural user interfaces (NUI)
  • Interfaces for web applications
  • Interfaces for mobile and ubiquitous systems
  • Internationalization of computer systems
  • Digital litteracy
  • Maturity in the evaluation of interaction quality
  • Methods and tools for HCI projects
  • Design methods, formalisms, tools and environments
  • Theoretical models in HCI
  • User’s privacy and security
  • End user programming
  • Techniques for assessing and design interfaces with users
  • Green technology and sustainable design
  • Therapeutic uses of interaction
  • Visualization and interaction with big amounts of information (Visual Analytics)
Important Informations
Important dates:
Registration of the groups for Evaluation Competition: 10/07/2012
Deadline for submitting workshop proposals: 10/07/2012
Deadline for submitting tutorials: 12/07/2012
Deadline for submitting Posters and Demonstrations: 16/07/2012
Deadline for submitting the paper, for short papers: 10/07/2012
Deadline for submitting the reports for Evaluation Competition: 20/07/2012
Deadline for submitting the paper, for industry papers: 22/07/2012
Website for submission:
E-mail of the conference:

The authors must submit their papers either in English or in Portuguese.

IHC 2012 gives the opportunity of submitting papers in the following categories:

Full papers

The category of full papers aims at the presentation of results from high quality academic researches. Submissions must contain an original contribution, and must not have already been published in another forum, or be subject to review for other conferences or publications. Contributions should include unpublished research results, case studies or experiences that provide new evidence about the research or application regarding HCI.


Submissions must be anonymous and the paper must have up to 10 pages, in the ACM SIGCHI format ( . The authors must submit their papers electronically in PDF, in the EasyChair system.


Selected papers will be presented during technical sessions within 20 of expository presentation, followed by 10 minutes for discussion.


Júnia Anacleto and Vânia Neris (UFSCar)

Important dates:

28/06/2012 01/07/2012 (extended) – deadline for submission for title, authors, keywords and abstract
08/07/2012 – deadline for paper submission
04/08/2012 – results notification
15/08/2012 – final version submission
Short papers

The purpose of the short papers category is to allow researchers to submit a concise report of ongoing studies with partial, but significant results that help developing the HCI community. Submissions must contain an original contribution not published in another forum or subject to review for other conferences or publications.


Submissions must be anonymous and the paper must have up to 4 pages, in the ACM SIGCHI format ( . The authors must submit their papers electronically in PDF, in the EasyChair system.


Selected papers will be presented during technical sessions within 10 of expository presentation, followed by 5 minutes for discussion


Raquel Prates (UFMG) and Luciana Salgado (PUC-Rio)

Important dates:

05/07/2012 10/07/2012 (extended) – deadline for submission
04/08/2012 10/08/2012 (extended) – results notification
28/08/2012 29/08/2012 (extended) – final version submission
Industry papers
This category aims at case studies, tools, techniques, methods, practices and experiences in the industry area concerning the commercial development of interfaces for users of interactive systems. This is an opportunity for industrials to show scholars their needs, practices and cultures, so as to stimulate dialogues and partnerships between their areas. The main goals of this category are to identify challenges faced by professionals when developing interactive systems, stimulate researches applied to such challenges and discuss possible technology transfers by means of partnerships.
Submissions must relate relevant experiences of HCI in industries, comparing existing principles, models, techniques or HCI solutions to new ones.

It is important to note that the approval of a submitted paper naturally implies the participation in the symposium.


Submissions must be anonymous and the paper must have up to 4 pages, in the ACM SIGHCHI format ( . The authors must submit their texts electronically in PDF, in the EasyChair system.

Industry papers are expected to contain:

Description of the problem: area, context, sources, managing issues, social issues, technical issues, importance and consequences;

Report on experience in industry: challenges to solve the problem and explored solutions; and

Critical analysis of the reported experience: What worked effectively? What didn’t work? What must be improved? What challenges were faced?


Papers will be presented in technical sessions, with 10 minutes for the oral presentation and 5 minutes for discussion.

General criteria:

All contributions must be based in real cases. It is strongly recommended that professionals write about their experiences, relating socio-technical contexts, faced challenges, doubts, successes, failures and lessons learned. Presented experiences must be compatible with the topics of interest of the symposium, being relevant both for scholars and industrials attending to the event.
Papers do not need to be restricted to the Information Technology area. The event will accept technical or academic papers that can be applied to industries, universities, research centers, enterprises etc.
Papers must not have any commercial connotation or explicitly advertise for a specific product or institution. Any paper that does not follow this instruction will be rejected by the program committee.


Marco Winckler (ICS-IRIT) and Bruno Santana (Petrobrás)

Important dates:

05/07/2012 22/07/2012 (extended) – deadline for submission
04/08/2012 19/08/2012 (extended) – notification of results
28/08/2012 29/08/2012 (extended) – deadline for submitting the final version.
Workshops offer a valuable opportunity for small communities or groups with common interests to meet for a discussion on specific topics of interest, trends and emerging themes from research or practical aspects of HCI. A workshop usually gathers from 10 to 20 participants and lasts a whole day, a morning or an afternoon. It is interesting that the organizers of each workshop plan a publishing with the results from the workshop discussions, as a book or a special issue in a journal.


Every submission must contain the following items:
- Cover with the title of the workshop, contact information, duration (a whole day, a morning, an afternoon), target public and a brief biography of the organizers;
- Two-page extended abstract in the ACM SIGCHI format ( , to be included in the proceedings. This abstract must include the focus of the workshop, justifying its relevance and mentioning some research questions or practices to be discussed in the conference, based on the state of the art of the theme proposed; and
- 250-word call for participation, to be published in the website of IHC 2012 and in e-mail lists used of the HCI community. This material must be submitted electroniclly in PDF, in the EasyChair system. Selection: Each workshop proposal Will be evaluated by a committee of specialists in the area.


Milene Silveira (PUC-RS) and Leonardo Cunha de Miranda (UFRN)

Important dates:

For workshop organizers:

05/07/2012 10/07/2012 (extended) – deadline for submitting workshop proposals
04/08/2012 20/07/2012 (extended) – notification of workshop approval

For workshop participants:

15/08/2012 – deadline for submission
25/08/2012 – notification of results
29/08/2012 – submission of abstract final version for the proceedings

Workshops selecionados IHC'12:

III WEIHC – Workshop sobre o Ensino de Interação Humano-Computador
Silvia Bim, Clodis Boscarioli

IV WAIHCWS - Workshop sobre Aspectos da Interação Humano-Computador para a Web Social
Adriana Santarosa Vivacqua, José Viterbo Filho, Sérgio Roberto P. da Silva

Tutorials are short events that aim to present practically and didactically a general view on a research topic or technology that might be interesting for the HCI community. Thus, the attendant will be able to learn about a new topic on this area and also get information for his researches and practices.
The tutorials must have as target public graduation and post graduation students and professionals on HCI. The tutorials may be introductory or advanced and they must be related to the topics of interest of the symposium. Interdisciplinary proposals are welcome. The tutorials must be 3 or 6 hours long and presented in Portuguese.


The tutorial proposals must have up to 5 pages, in the format of book chapters published by SBC, including the following:

An abstract;

The duration of the tutorial (3 or 6 hours);

Target public, justifying and specifying any pre-requirements;

Extended index, explaining what will be covered in each topic;

An indication of why the course is interesting and should call the attention of the target public;

A brief biography of the authors;

Which author will present the tutorial;

Necessary computing or audiovisual resources.

Each selected tutorial must have as a final version a text published as a book chapter: from 20 to 30 pages for 3-hour tutorials, or from 30 to 40 pages, for 6-hour tutorials. Authors must allow publishing the abstract and the presentation of tutorials on Internet, in the IHC 2012 website.
One lecturer for each tutorial will be given free enrollment in the event. Other types of support are being evaluated by the Organizer Committee. Material for tutorials must be submitted electronically in PDF, in the EasyChair system.


Simone Barbosa (PUC-Rio) and Plínio Aquino Jr (FEI)

Important dates:

05/07/2012 12/07/2012 (extended) – deadline for submission
28/07/2012 26/07/2012 (extended) – notification of results
28/08/2012 29/08/2012 (extended) – submission of final version for the proceedings
Posters and Demonstrations
The category of posters and demonstrations is intended to promote an environment of visibility and discussions with companies, universities and developers, presenting works in initial or intermediate stages (without final results), as well as interactive computer systems that may profit from contributions from IHC 2012 participants.
It is expected to create an environment in which authors can present and receive feedback from experienced members of the HCI community. This opportunity also aims to give visibility to ongoing academic researches and product prototypes among scholars and industries, enhancing the integration and cooperation between these areas.
Presentation: There will be a specific time for collective and interactive exhibition; at least one of the authors must be present during the presentation. The instructions and information about resources available at the event will be sent to the authors of the selected papers.


The text of the presentation must be up to 2 pages long and follow the ACM SIGCHI format ( , including:
- Research problem
- Theoretical foundations
- Methodololgy and current stage of the work
- Related works
- Expected results

The texts must be submitted electronically in PDF, in the EasyChair system.


Amanda Melo (UNIPAMPA) and Marcelo Pimenta (UFRGS)

Important dates:

05/07/2012 10/07/2012 16/07/2012 (extended) – deadline for submission
04/08/2012 10/08/2012 (extended) – notification of results
28/08/2012 29/08/2012 (extended) – submission of final version for the proceedings
Evaluation competition
This category aims to motivate students and HCI professors to participate in IHC 2012, contributing to students’ formation, production of didactic material and the growth of the community. The evaluation competition is mainly practical: participants will be asked to evaluate a computer system, applying their theoretical knowledge about methodologies of HCI evaluation. The first edition of the evaluation competition took place in IHC 2006, involving groups of graduation and post graduation students from many universities. The positive results led us to the fifth edition of the competition, in HCI 2012.
Details about the theme of the competition will be available here.


Submissions must be anonymous and have up to 12 pages, in the SBC papers format. The authors must submit their texts electronically in PDF, in the EasyChair system.


Silvia Amélia Bim (UNICENTRO) and Carla Faria Leitão (PUC-Rio)

Important dates:

05/07/2012 10/07/2012 (extended) – registration of the groups
19/07/2012 20/07/2012 (extended) – deadline for submitting the reports
10/08/2012 15/08/2012 (extended) – notification of the finalists for presentation in IHC 2012
28/08/2012 – submission of the final report
IHC'12 Challenge

GranDIHC-BR: Possibilities for great research challenges on Human-Computer Interaction in Brazil

In 2006, the Brazilian Computing Society (SBC) defined the Five Greatest Research Challenges on Computing in Brazil for the next decade. Challenge number 4, “Participative and universal access to knowledge for all citizens”, corroborates the importance of HCI for the social, scientific, technological and economic development of the nation.

Among the nine major fields of Computer Science delimited by ACM, HCI is the area that must deal with universal and transversal issues, as well as consider social, cultural, economic, political and geographic aspects involved in interaction. The Brazilian context, therefore, is complex: it is the fifth biggest country in the world, there are many different cultures within its territory and it is traditionally characterized by social inequality. Although in the last years fast and deep changes have enhanced socioeconomic development indicators, hindrances to this evolution are becoming more evident (e.g. education, science and technology, health, infrastructure, security etc.). Scientifc and technological development is a key point to overcome these limitaions, but such benefits will only come true in a truly responsible way.

The GranDIHC-BR will be held in the XI Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computer Systems (IHC 2012), in order to foment research problems on HCI that will be important for science and our nation in the next decade, as an extension to SBC challenge 4.

Researchers and professionals from industries are invited to fill in the online form presenting their proposals and challenges. These proposals will be analyzed by specialists and serve as basis for discussing the greatest research challenges on HCI in Brazil. Some proposals will be invited for presentation in the event

Characteristics of a Great Research Challenge, as proposed by SBC:

1. A Great Research Challenge must address meaningful advancements for the area and science.

2. The research must go beyond works and results that may arise from conventional individual projects.

3. Its progress must be incrementally evaluated, so that any necessary changes can be made throughout the process.

4. Its success must be evaluated in a clear and objective manner.

5. It is possibly interdisciplinary in its essence and in its possibilities of solution.

6. It must be realistic and feasible within a reasonable deadline (e.g. 10 years) and it must challenge current models and promote the evolution of traditions in the area.

7. It must arise from a consensus among the scientific community to serve as a long term scenario for researchers, irrespective of sponsoring politics or conjectural variations.

Form for submitting proposals: Access the form

Aditional information:

Important dates

Deadline for submitting proposals: 30/09/2012 05/10/2012

Feedback to the authors: 15/10/2012

Presentation in the conference: 06/11/2012, in the afternoon.


Cecília Baranauskas (UNICAMP)

Clarisse de Souza (PUC-Rio)

Comitê de Avaliação:

Alessandro Rubim de Assis (Nuance)

Elizabeth Furtado (UNIFOR)

Jair Leite (UFRN)

Juliana Sales (Microsoft Research)

Junia C. Anacleto (UFSCar)

Laura Sanchez Garcia (UFPR)

Lúcia Filgueiras (USP)

Marcelo Pimenta (UFRGS)

Rodrigo Bonacin (CTI)

Sergio Roberto da Silva (UEM)


Roberto Pereira (UNICAMP)

Event Location
Information about the location of the event

The Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computer Systems, IHC, will be held in Cuiabá, capital city of Mato Grosso, in the hotel Holiday Inn Express. This hotel is part of IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group), worldwide famous for its lodgings. The hotel is 10km away from the International Airport of Cuiabá – Marechal Rondon, and it is considered one of the best options in the city, with adequate structure for events.


Address: Avenida Miguel Sutil, 2050 - Jardim Leblon, Cuiabá - MT, 78060-000.
Phone number: (65) 3055-8500.

Exclusive e-mail address for IHC´12 participants to book their rooms:


  • - Close to a shopping center..
  • - 20 minutes from the airport
  • - All rooms with two Queen Size beds or one King Size bed.
  • - Doors and windows with anti-noise systems
  • - FREE Internet Access in the rooms
  • - Breakfast included
  • - Fitness room, sauna and swimming pool
  • - Free Wi-Fi Internet connection all over the hotel
  • - 24/7 Convenience shop
  • - Free monitored parking

Exclusive fees for IHC´12 participants:

SGL rooms: R$ 180,00 + 13% taxes
DBL rooms: R$ 220,00 + 13% taxes
Third person in the room: plus R$ 50,00 + 13% taxes

Keynote Speakers

Letizia Jaccheri


"From software to art: a personal journey"

Professor and leader of the Software Engineering Group at the Department of Computer and Information Science at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

Letizia Jaccheri has a PhD from the University of Torino and a Master in Computer Science, University of Pisa, Italy.She has been working in the field of Information Technology since 1989. Jaccheri has published more than 80 papers (h-index 16 g-index 30 calculated with Harzing’s Publish and Perish) in national and international journals and conferences and has supervised (as first or second supervisor) ten PhD students.

In the last decade,Jaccheri's research focus has been on software engineering support for art and entertainment. She serves as expert for national and international organizations, including being evaluator for the Norwegian Research Council, the Finnish Research Council, and the Italian Research Government. She is member of the National Committee which awards professorship to computer science academics since 2011. She is member of the ERCIM group Media Technology & Edutainment since 2010. She is member of IFIP TC14 on Entertainment Computing, National Representative of Norway.

She has participated to several research projects, both nationally and internationally and to several software intensive artistic projects. For her book, "Kjærlighetog computer", Tapir Akademisk Forlag.ISBN 82-519-2034-5, April 2006 and for active participation in the Norwegian press, she get the prize of disseminator of the year at her faculty in 2006.For a detailed list of publications, supervised PhD students, and research projects see

Sergi Jorda

“Exploring the convergence between music performance and complex real-time interaction”

Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain

Dr. Sergi Jordà holds a degree in Fundamental Physics and a PhD in Computer Science and Digital Communication. After discovering computer programming during his undergraduate years in the early 1980s, he decided to fully devote himself to live computer music and interactive media. Throughout the 1990s he conceived and developed award winning interactive installations and multimedia performances, in collaboration with internationally renowned Catalan artists such as Marcel•lí Antunez or La Fura dels Baus. Since the late 1990s, he is a researcher in the Music Technology Group of Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, and an Associate Professor in the same university. His main research interests are in the confluence of HCI and tangible and musical interaction, augmented communication using tabletops and brain computer interfaces. He has authored 20 articles in journals and book chapters, more than 50 peer-reviewed conference papers as well as given more than 20 invited presentations and keynote talks. He has received several international awards, including the prestigious Prix Ars Electronica Golden Nica. He is currently best known as one of the inventors of the Reactable, a tabletop musical instrument that accomplished mass popularity after being integrated in Icelandic artist Bjork’s last world tour, and he is one of the founding partners of the spin-off company Reactable Systems.

In 1982, I was studying for a B.Sc. in Fundamental Physics, when I first ever saw a computer and soon discovered the magic of computer programming. It was such a revelation that some weeks later I had decided to give up saxophone practice and free jazz in order to become a computer music improviser! Since then, I have pursued the complexity, delicacy and futility of real-time, multidimensional performer–instrument–interaction from different and complementary perspectives. Initially I did this from a freer and purely aesthetically driven artistic/performer and freelance perspective, later trying to systematize and expand this empirical knowledge from a more scientific/academic point of view as a researcher at the Music Technology Group in Barcelona (1999–present), and more recently, also from an industrial/commercial perspective, manufacturing and selling new electronic musical instruments at Reactable Systems (2009–present). Furthermore, during the whole last decade I have also been expanding my areas of interest, studying HCI also from non-musical perspectives, both from technological (e.g. tangible and tabletop interaction), conceptual (e.g. real-time interaction) and applied (e.g. education) viewpoints.

It seems that with the arrival of tablets, moultitouch or alternative videogame controllers, real-time music creation is finally acquiring a relevant status in the realm of HCI-related areas of application.

Yet, the truth is that since the boom of MIDI controllers in the early 1908s and even before, music and HCI have traveled a long path together, albeit sadly, a path very often quite unknown for the non-musical HCI scholars. For millennia, music instruments have indeed epitomized the potential and the richness that complex, skilled, continuous, multidimensional and real-time interaction can bring.

In this keynote lecture, I will give an overview of my journey along the last three decades, exposing and unveiling some of the reasons that turn live music performance into an ideal test-bed for advanced human–computer interaction, opening promising and exiting fields of multi-disciplinary research and experimentation.


"IHC Panel and Industry".
Marco Winckler and Bruno Santana

"GranDIHC-BR: Great HCI Research Challenges in Brazil".
Cecilia Baranauskas

Technical Sessions


1. Alessandro Luiz Stamatto Ferreira, Leonardo Cunha de Miranda and Erica Esteves Cunha de Miranda. Interfaces Cérebro-Computador de Sistemas Interativos: Estado da Arte e Desafios de IHC

2. Aline Alves, Simone Bacellar Leal Ferreira, Viviane Veiga and Denis Silveira. Communicability in corporate information systems on the web : analyzing the interaction of deaf bilingual

3. Artur Kronbauer, Celso A S Santos and Vaninha Vieira. Um Estudo Experimental de Avaliação da Experiência dos Usuários de Aplicativos Móveis a partir da Captura Automática dos Dados Contextuais e de Interação

4. Bruno Santana Da Silva and Simone Diniz Junqueira Barbosa. A Conceptual Model for HCI Design Cases

5. Cristiano Maciel and Vinicius Pereira. The internet generation and its representations of death: considerations for posthumous interaction projects

6. Daniel A. Chagas, Elizabeth S. Furtado and Jouderian Nobre Jr.. Análise de Alternativas de Design de Mapas para TV digital Brasileira Baseada em Multicritérios

7. Diego Henrique Dantas de Oliveira, Leonardo Cunha de Miranda, Erica Esteves Cunha de Miranda and Lyrene Fernandes Da Silva. Prototipação de Interfaces de Aplicativos para Dispositivos Móveis: Estado da Arte e Desafios de IHC

8. Fernando Cesar Balbino and Junia Coutinho Anacleto. Redes Sociais Online Orientadas à Difusão de Inovações como Suporte à Comunicação Sustentável nas Organizações

9. Francine Bergmann and Milene Silveira. “Eu vi o que você fez ...e eu sei quem você é!”: uma análise sobre privacidade no Facebook do ponto de vista dos usuários

10. Gabriel Alves Vasiljevic Mendes, Leonardo Cunha de Miranda, Erica Esteves Cunha de Miranda and Lyrene Fernandes Da Silva. Prototipação de Interfaces Tangíveis de Produtos Interativos: Estado da Arte e Desafios da Plataforma Arduino

11. Heiko Hornung and Cecilia Baranauskas. Timelines as mediators of lifelong learning processes

12. Ingrid Monteiro and Clarisse De Souza. The representation of self in mediated interaction with computers

13. Juliana Cristina Braga, Antonio Carlos Costa Campi Junior and Rafael Jeferson Pezzuto Damaceno. Estudo e Relato sobre a Utilização da Tecnologia pelos Deficientes Visuais

14. Lara Piccolo and Cecilia Baranauskas. Basis and Prospects of Motivation Informing Design: Requirements for Situated Eco-feedback Technology

15. Leonelo Almeida and Maria Baranauskas. Accessibility in Rich Internet Applications: People and Research

16. Luciana Borges, Lucia Filgueiras, Cristiano Maciel and Vinicius Pereira. Customizing a communication device for a child with cerebral palsy using Participatory Design practices: contributions towards the PD4CAT method

17. Luiz Corrêa, Flávio Coutinho, Raquel Prates and Luiz Chaimowicz. Uso do MIS para avaliar signos sonoros – Quando um problema de comunicabilidade se torna um problema de acessibilidade

18. Marcelle Mota, Leonardo Faria and Clarisse De Souza. Documentation Comes to Life in Computational Thinking Acquisition with AgentSheets

19. Mauro Anjo, Ednaldo Pizzolato and Sebastian Feuerstack. A Real-Time System to Recognize Static Hand Gestures of Brazilian Sign Language (Libras) alphabet using Kinect

20. Natasha Malveira Costa Valentim, Káthia Marçal De Oliveira and Tayana Conte. Definindo uma Abordagem para Inspeção de Usabilidade em Modelos de Projeto por meio de Experimentação

21. Roberto Calderon, Jonatas Leite de Oliveiras, Junia Anacleto and Sidney Fels. Understanding NUI-supported Nomadic Social Places in a Brazilian Health Care Facility.

22. Roberto Romani and Maria Cecília Calani Baranauskas. Helping Designers in Making Choices through Games


24. Rogério Xavier and Vania Neris. Decisões de design ruins e o impacto delas na interação: um estudo preliminar considerando o estado emocional de idosos

25. Samuel B. Buchdid and Cecilia Baranauskas. IHC em contexto: o que as palavras relevam sobre ela

26. Sarah Gomes Sakamoto, Lyrene Fernandes Da Silva and Leonardo Cunha de Miranda. Identificando Barreiras de Acessibilidade Web em Dispositivos Móveis: Resultados de um Estudo de Caso Orientado pela Engenharia de Requisitos

27. Silvia Amelia Bim, Carla Faria Leitão and Clarisse Sieckenius de Souza. Can the teaching of HCI contribute to the learning of Computer Science? The case of Semiotic Engineering methods

28. Simone Isabela De Rezende Xavier, Maria Lúcia Bento Villela and Raquel Oliveira Prates. Método de Avaliação de Comunicabilidade para Sistemas Colaborativos: Um Estudo de Caso

29. Soraia Reis and Raquel Prates. Assessing the Semiotic Inspection Method - The Evaluators' Perspective

30. Tathiane Andrade and Simone Barbosa. Design Aspects through the users’ behavior using large displays for 3D Navigation


1. Carlos Rosemberg Maia De Carvalho and Elizabeth Sucupira Furtado. Wikimarks: an approach proposition for generating collaborative, structured content from social networking sharing on the web.

2. Dyego Morais, Tancicleide Gomes and Flávia Peres. Desenvolvimento de jogos educacionais pelo usuário final: Uma abordagem alternativa ao Design Participativo.

3. Jônatas Leite de Oliveira and Junia Coutinho Anacleto. SoS – Um algoritmo para identificar pessoas homófilas em redes sociais com o uso da tradução cultural.

4. Lafayette Melo, Bruno Costa and Dayvison Almeida. Desenvolvimento de sistemas para Web com base nas metáforas em uso: estudo de caso para Redes Sociais.

5. Lara Piccolo and Cecilia Baranauskas. Energy, Environment, and Conscious Consumption: Making Connections through Design.

6. Luciano Tadeu Esteves Pansanato, André Luís Martins Bandeira, Luiz Gustavo Dos Santos and Dferson Do Prado Pereira. Projeto D4ALL: Acesso e Manipulação de Diagramas por Pessoas com Deficiência Visual.

7. Natália Santos, Lidia Ferreira and Raquel Prates. Caracterização das Adaptações em Métodos de Avaliação para Aplicações Colaborativas.

8. Silvia Amelia Bim, Milene Silveira and Raquel Prates. Ensino de IHC – Compartilhando as Experiências Docentes no Contexto Brasileiro.

9. Thiago S. Barcelos, Roberto Muñoz and Virginia Chalegre. Gamers as usability evaluators: a study in the domain of Virtual Worlds.


2. Erton Vieira and Alex Sandro Gomes. Design da Experiência em Processos Ágeis

3. Luciana Romani, Daniel Chino, Renata Gonçalves and Agma Traina. Challenges for users and designers in the design process of a satellite images handling system

4. Maihara Oliveira, Cristiano Maciel and Patricia Souza. Um diagnóstico do uso da modelagem da interação em métodos ágeis no mercado de software

5. Viviane Delvequio and Alessandra Rosa. Interação entre time de Design de Interfaces e time de Desenvolvimento: Tentativas, Fracassos e Sucessos


III WEIHC - Workshop on the Teaching of Human-Computer Interaction.

Silvia Bim and Clodis Boscarioli.

Complete schedule here

IV WAIHCWS - Workshop on Aspects of Human-Computer Interaction for the Social Web.

Adriana Santarosa Vivacqua, José Viterbo Filho and Sérgio Roberto P. da Silva.

Complete schedule here

Licínio Roque

Universidade de Coimbra

Keynote Speaker: Design Research on Pervasive Augmented Reality Games - lessons from the sociotechnical trenches

Designing pervasive and augmented reality games as part of social computing strategies requires understanding the elements of context that will influence individual adoption, performance and social interaction in that context. Technical and social actors interfere in the wider network that constitutes a pervasive social game. In this presentation we will report on a Design Research case for a general purpose infrastructure to quickly model and experiment with diverse ARG designs, based on a proposed set of interactive building blocks. We will present our Petri Net modeling paradigm for ARGs, the basic interactive building blocks we tested and some of the lessons learned while trying to deploy pervasive games and their technical infrastructure.


Tutorial A (6h) – Web Systems Design Using Human-Computer Interaction Techniques.

30 attendants.

Monday (05/11) morning and afternoon, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00p.m.

Authors: Patricia Souza, Cristiano Maciel and Luciana Moraes.

Tutorial B (6h) – Clusterization Algorithms and Scientific Python Científico supporting User Modeling.

Monday(05/11) morning and afternoon, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Authors: Andrey Araujo Masiero, Leonardo Anjoletto Ferreira and Plinio Thomaz Aquino Jr.

Tutorial C (3h) – Designing speech based interfaces.

Tuesday (06/11), from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. To 5:30 p.m.

Authors: Rodrigo Lins Rodrigues, Pablo Barros, Alexandre Magno Andrade Maciel and Edson Costa de Barros Carvalho Filho.

Tutorial D (3h) – Systamatic Bibliographic Reviews in HCI.

Thursday (08/11), from 8:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. and from 10:45 p.m. To 11:45 p.m.

Authors: Elizabete Munzlinger, Fabricio Batista Narcizo and José Eustáquio Rangel de Queiroz.

Posters and Demonstrations

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1. Clodis Boscarioli, Jeferson José Baquetta, João Paulo Colling e Charles Giovane De Salles. Avaliação e Design de Interação de Jogos Voltados ao Aprendizado de Crianças Surdas.

2. Cristiano Maciel, Silvia Amelia Bim e Clodis Boscarioli. A Fantástica Fábrica de Chocolate: levando o sabor de IHC para meninas do ensino fundamental.

3. Edie Santana, Cristiano Maciel e Kátia Alonso. Adicionando sociabilidade à interação em Ambientes virtuais de aprendizagem.

4. Fábio Alves, Cristiano Maciel e Junia Anacleto. Investigando a percepção dos usuários sobre os mecanismos de gamificação da rede social Foursquare.

5. Jader Saldanha e Amanda Meincke Melo. Qualidade no Uso de Objetos de Aprendizagem: apoio a inspeção de interface de usuário.

6. Junio Soares Dias e Raquel Oliveira Prates. Sistema de Apoio à Aplicação do Método de Inspeção Semiótica.

7. Marcio Alexandre De Queiroz e Cecília Arias Peixoto. Apoio à Geração de Protótipo de Interface Web Baseada na Metodologia The Bridge.

8. Ricardo Barros e Giuliano Bertoti. Uma Ferramenta Para a Visualização de Informações no Jornalismo de Dados.

9. Silvia Amelia Bim e Clodis Boscarioli. A IHC nos Cursos de Computação das Universidades Estaduais no Estado do Paraná.

10. Luiz Henrique Americo Salazar, Christiane Gresse von Wangenheim, Thaísa Lacerda e Rodrigo Araújo Barbalho. Customizando Heurísticas de Usabilidade para Celulares Touchscreen.

11. Rodrigo Andrade, Adriana Vivacqua e Ana Cristina Garcia. O papel da interação centrada ao usuário para suporte à colaboração em uma Unidade de Emergência Médica.

Evaluation Competition


-Análise da Percepção e Interação de Usuários sobre Privacidade e Segurança no Facebook
UNIOESTE - Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Paraná (Cascavel - PR)
Luiz Gustavo de Souza, Tiago Alexandre Schulz Sippert,
André Specian Cardoso e Clodis Boscarioli (professor-orientador)

-Exposição de imagem no Facebook - Um estudo sobre a privacidade de fotos pessoas na rede social
UFC - Universidade Federal do Ceará (Fortaleza - CE)
Mateus Pinheiro, Rodrigo Almeida, Deivith Oliveira
Atila Oliveira e Arthur Tavares

PosGraduate :

-Avaliando aspectos de privacidade no Facebook pelas lentes de usabilidade, acessibilidade e fatores emocionais
UFSCar - Universidade Federal de São Carlos (São Carlos - SP)
Tatiana Alencar, Maira Canal, Kamila Rodrigues
Rogério Xavier e Vânia Neris ( professora-orientadora )

-Imagem e privacidade - contradições no Facebook
UFMG - Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (Belo Horizonte - MG)
Ana Terto, Cláudio Alves, Janicy Rocha
e Raquel Prates (professora-orientadora)

-Inspeção Semiótica e Avaliação de Comunicabilidade: identificando falhas de comunicabilidade sobre as configurações de privacidade do Facebook
PUC-RS - Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (Porto Alegre - RS)
Juliano Varella de Carvalho, Felipe Lammel
Janaína Dias da Silva, Lucélia Cynthia Chipeaux
e Milene Silveira ( professora-orientadora)

Desafios IHC12

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Complete Schedule
General coordination:
Cristiano Maciel - - UFMT
Patrícia Cristiane de Souza - - UFMT

Program committee:
Junia Coutinho Anacleto - - UFSCAR
Vânia Neris - - UFSCAR

The chairs of each paper category in IHC 2012 are:

Full papers:

Júnia Anacleto - - UFSCar

Vânia Neris - - UFSCar

Short papers:

Raquel Prates - – UFMG

Luciana Salgado - - PUC-Rio

Industry papers:

Marco Winckler - - ICS-IRIT

Bruno Santana - - Petrobrás


Milene Silveira - - PUCRS

Leonardo Cunha de Miranda - - UFRN


Simone Barbosa - - PUC-Rio

Plínio Aquino Jr – - FEI

Posters and demonstrations:

Amanda Meincke Melo - – UNIPAMPA

Marcelo Pimenta – - UFRGS

Evaluation competition:

Silvia Amélia Bim - - UNICENTRO

Carla Faria Leitão – - PUC-Rio

Program committee members:

Alessandro Souza Ferreira Rubim de Assis (Nuance Communications, Brasil)

Alfredo Sanchez (Universidad de las Américas Puebla, México)

Amanda Melo (UNIPAMPA, Brasil)

Bruno Santana da Silva (Petrobrás, Brasil)

Carla Faria Leitão (PUC-Rio, Brasil)

Carla Maria Dal Sasso Freitas (UFRGS, Brasil)

Celmar Guimarães da Silva (FT-UNICAMP, Brasil)

Clarisse Sieckenius de Souza (PUC-Rio, Brasil)

Claudio Pinhanez (IBM, Brasil)

Cleidson de Souza, (IBM, Brasil)

Cristiano Maciel (UFMT, Brasil)

Ednaldo Pizzolato (UFSCar, Brasil)

Eduardo Hideki Tanaka (UNICAMP, Brasil)

Elizabeth Furtado (UNIFOR, Brasil)

Henry Lieberman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, EUA)

Flavio Soares Correa da Silva (USP, Brasil)

Jair Cavalcanti Leite (UFRN, Brasil)

Janne Oeiras (UFGD, Brasil)

Joice Lee Otsuka (UFSCar, Brasil)

Jonathan Grudin (Microsoft Research, EUA)

Juliano Schimiguel (CETEC UNICSUL, Brasil)

Junia Coutinho Anacleto (UFSCar, Brasil)

Keiichi Nakata (University of Reading, Inglaterra)

Kênia Sousa (Intrasoft International, Bélgica)

Laura Sanchez Garcia (UFPR, Brasil)

Leonardo Cunha de Miranda (UFRN, Brasil)

Liza Potts (MichiganState University, EUA)

Leonelo Dell Anhol Almeida (UNICAMP, Brasil)

Lúcia Filgueiras (USP, Brasil)

Luciana Martha Silveira (UFTPR, Brasil)

Luciana Salgado (PUC-Rio, Brasil)

Marcelo Pimenta (UFRGS, Brasil)

Maria Cecília Baranauskas (Unicamp, Brasil)

Marco Antônio Alba Winckler (Université Paul Sabatier, França)

Milene Silveira (PUC-RS, Brasil)

Patricia Cristiane de Souza (UFMT, Brasil)

Plinio Thomaz Aquino Jr (FEI, Brasil)

Priscila Farias (USP, Brasil)

Raquel Oliveira Prates (UFMG, Brasil)

Renata Pontin (ICMC/USP, Brasil)

Rodrigo Bonacin (CTI, Brasil)

Sérgio Roberto Pereira da Silva (UEM, Brasil)

Sidney Fels (University of British Columbia, Canadá)

Silvia Amélia Bim (Unicentro, Brasil)

Simone Diniz Junqueira Barbosa (PUC-Rio, Brasil)

Stephen Gulliver (University of Reading, Inglaterra)

Tiago Silva da Silva (ICMC/USP, Brasil)

Vânia Almeida Neris (UFSCAR, Brasil)

Walter de Abreu Cybis (École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canadá)

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