About

CEIHC is the special Human Computer Interaction (IHC) committee of SBC (Brazilian Computer Society) whose objective is to promote interaction between researchers, professionals and students interested in the various disciplines and their interdisciplinarity. Among them are: Computer Science, Arts, Design, Ergonomics, Psychology, Sociology, Semiotics and Linguistics.

The CEIHC is responsible for the promotion of the Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computational Systems (IHC) . CEIHC also supports other events in the area such as the Latin American Conference on Human Computer Interaction (CLIHC) .

Among its activities, CEIHC is responsible for the IHC community discussion list (ihc-l) , hosted at SBC.

Through the CEIHC, SBC maintains close ties with the activities of other scientific societies in the area of ​​human-computer interaction such as the Association for Computer Machinery, Special Interest Group on Human-Computer Interaction – ACM SIGCHI and the International Federation for Information Processing, Technical Committee on Human-Computer Interaction – IFIP TC 13 .

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Representatives of CEIHC participated in CSBC 2017

Held at the Presbyterian University Mackenzie Campus Higienópolis, in São Paulo. Professors Carla Faria Leitão and Raquel Prates, taught the mini-course “The Application of Qualitative Methods in Computing”. Professor Simone J. Barbosa lectured on “Data Interaction”. The teacher Silvia Amélia Bim and Cristiano Maciel represented the community in the Digital Girls. Professor Cristiano Maciel and trainee Rodrigo Venâncio Veríssimo attended the meeting of special committees

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Conversations Around Semiotic Engineering

Demonstrating the influence of Semiotic Engineering in Human-Computer Interaction, this book focuses on the work of one of the pioneers of the field – Clarisse de Souza – and her influence on this broad and wide-ranging area of research. It contains a selection of essays written by those that have worked with her over the years and will encourage readers to extend their reading and research in this area.

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Available the book Software Developers as Users

The authors weave a mesh of technical, theoretical and philosophical considerations of what it means to build and use software, exploring what we (professionals and non-professionals) mean by the pieces of software we design and develop, as well as what pieces of software mean to end-users and others.

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