Aims and scope

The Journal of Multimodal User Interfaces publishes work in the design, implementation and evaluation of multimodal interfaces. Research in the domain of multimodal interaction is by its very essence a multidisciplinary area involving several fields including signal processing, human-machine interaction, computer science, cognitive science and ergonomics. This journal focuses on multimodal interfaces involving advanced modalities, several modalities and their fusion, user-centric design, usability and architectural considerations. Use cases and descriptions of specific application areas are welcome including for example e-learning, assistance, serious games, affective and social computing, interaction with avatars and robots.