UIST '94 Seventh Annual Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology

Sponsored by ACM SIGCHI and SIGGRAPH
In Cooperation with ACM SIGSOFT 

November 2-4, 1994 Doubletree Hotel, Marina del Rey, California

UIST '94, the Seventh Annual Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology, is the premier forum on innovative development of the human-computer interface. In the past, the symposium has brought together user-interface researchers and practitioners with interests in techniques, tools, and technology for constructing quality, innovative user interfaces. The intimate size, single track, and comfortable surroundings make this symposium an ideal opportunity to exchange research results and implementation experiences. This tradition will continue and those of us behind the scene of UIST will do our best to make UIST a stimulating place for researchers to share their ideas, and to learn about other researchers in the field.

The program chair of UIST '94, Pedro Szekely, would like to welcome you to UIST '94. In addition to the quality of the symposium, Pedro thinks Marina del Rey is such a cool place. The weather there in November makes Marina del Rey a great escape from cold winter of North America, Europe, and North Asia. Pedro is also planning a local tour to the Information Sciences Institute at USC, which is only a mile away from the symposium hotel. Words have it that nice demos are already lining up for UIST attendees.

Here are some of the things you can find out about UIST '94:

I welcome comments and suggestions on what you would like to see here. Please send your comments to noi@cc.gatech.edu. I'll do the best to make information available to you.