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SpringerBriefs in Human-Computer Interaction

SpringerBriefs in Human-Computer Interaction

Series: Human–Computer Interaction Series

Series Editors: Tan, Desney, Vanderdonckt, Jean

ISSN: 2520-1670

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SpringerBriefs in Human-Computer Interaction presents concise research within the fast growing, multidisciplinary field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Designed to complement Springer’s prestigious Human-Computer Interaction Series, this Briefs series provides researchers with a forum to publish cutting-edge scientific material relating to any emerging HCI research that is not yet mature enough for a volume in the Human-Computer Interaction Series, but which has evolved beyond the level of a journal or workshop paper.

SpringerBriefs in Human-Computer Interaction are shorter works of 50-125 pages in length, allowing researchers to present focused case studies, summaries and introductions to state-of-the-art research. They are subject to the same rigorous reviewing processes applied to the Human-Computer Interaction Series but offer exceptionally fast publication.

  Topics covered may include but are not rest

ricted to:

  • User Experience and User Interaction Design
  • Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing
  • Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Learning (CSCW/CSCL)
  • Cultural Computing
  • Computational Cognition
  • Augmented and Virtual Reality
  • End-User Development
  • Multimodal Interfaces
  • Interactive Surfaces and Devices
  • Intelligent Environment Wearable Technology


SpringerBriefs are published as part of Springer’s eBook collection, with millions of users worldwide and are available for individual print and electronic purchase. Briefs are characterized by fast, global electronic distribution, standard publishing contracts, easy-to-use manuscript preparation and formatting guidelines and have expedited production schedules to help aid researchers disseminate their research as quickly and efficiently as possible.