After over 20 years of shaping research, development, and practice in mobile devices and services, MobileHCI updates its name and becomes the ACM International Conference on Mobile Human-Computer Interaction. As people enter a new decade, this conference series is adapting to reflect the societal and technological transition where mobility has become pervasive and prime to our lives.

The MobileHCI community and work is ever more relevant as they bring together academics, designers, and practitioners from multiple disciplines to discuss the challenges and future of people interacting with and through technologies, applications, and services in a mobile world.

Attendees will hear from world-leading experts in research talks and workshops; see, touch, and feel new mobile experiences in the demo and poster sessions; as well as be inspired by industry and academic thought-leaders during the panels; while still having time to network and form future collaborations.

MobileHCI 2021 welcomes contributions related to any aspect of mobile Human-Computer Interaction, from technology to user experience, methodology, theoretical contributions, and beyond. The conference also solicits proposals for workshops, demonstrations, tutorials, and industrial case study papers.

*Given the ever-changing status of the Coronavirus pandemic, the schedules of several events are changing. To see their latest updates, please visit each event’s respective website.


Among the previous attendees there was Cynthia Breazeal, James A. Landay, and many others...