The fourth ACM SIGCHI Symposium on

Engineering Interactive Computing Systems

IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark, June 25–28, 2012



The conference will be held in the city of Copenhagen, Denmark, using the facilities of the IT University of Copenhagen (ITU).

Copenhagen is within convenient reach for delegates from all corners of the world, providing them with the ability to meet in a compact city, within a comfortable environment.

Copenhagen offers an international airport only minutes from downtown, design hotels at two-star prices, Michelin starred restaurants which are not too self-important, and a medieval town center packed with modern design gems. Copenhagen Airport is the airport in Scandinavia with the most international flight destinations. It can be reached on non-stop flights from more than 130 destinations choosing between more than 60 international Airlines. Copenhagen Airport is also one of the newest in Europe and has been ranked among the best in the world.

The IT University is an independent educational and research institution with a strong research environment, including a comprehensive PhD programme. It offers a variety of research based study programmes, part time and also single subject studies within the field of IT. The University was founded in 1999, and nowadays creates more IT graduates than any other university in Denmark.

IT University building is located toward the 800-meter Emil Holms Kanal, in the northeastern part of Ørestad, between Copenhagen and the Danish Radio’s new buildings. It is easily reachable from the airport using the subway.