See you at ACM CHIMIT 08. For futher information please visit ACM CHIMIT 08 website.
March 30-31, 2007: Cambridge, MA


Call for Papers



Over the years, IT systems have become increasingly complex such that management is now a serious bottleneck to personal and organizational productivity. IT service delivery costs are now dominated by operating expenses, and end-user productivity suffers as a consequence. Simply put, we are at a turning point in IT: Further advances in technology, business efficiency, and growth require fundamentally new approaches to system design and management. Solutions will require a broad understanding of technology, people, organizations, and business.

This symposium aims to bring together stakeholders, researchers, practitioners, and designers from diverse fields such as human-computer interaction, human factors, computer science, management science, social sciences, and service sciences, to identify issues, put forward a research agenda, and propose solutions.

Important Dates:

February 27, 2007:
Advance Registration Ends

March 29, 2007:
Web Registration Ends

March 30-31, 2007:
On-Site Registration