EuroIA

 

EuroIA 2018

27-29  Sept.
Dublin

We are very excited to announce this year’s EuroIA summit will be hosted in the capital of the Republic of Ireland…. Dublin! EuroIA 2018…September 2018.

Humanogy Is our theme

No, we didn’t mean ‘Humanology’. Read on to find out more.

People and technology both share one common trait. Both have memory, capacity and and ability to think. As technology expands and connects the human race into the global digital network, our physical world is quickly merging with a digital world where every action and movement can be tracked, stored and analysed inside a massive digital universe that never sleeps. What will this convergence mean to man? What will our future hold in this unyielding digital age? (Cit. Urban Dictionary)

As user experience designers and information architects, we spend much of our time thinking about the relationship between technology and humans from a social, economic, historical, and technological perspective. Furthermore, we continuously strive to enhance the human aspect with groundbreaking technologies.

With organisations and social enterprises finally recognising the value of user experience and information architecture, we have a unique opportunity to make a significant impact. Now is our time. Join us at EuroIA 2018 as we discuss the symbiosis between humans and technology, and how we can harness it to make a real difference in the world.

What happens next?

Things will happen quickly once the submission period closes. Here are a few key dates.

  • Submission acceptance close: Saturday, March 10, 2018, 23:59:59 CET;
  • Double-blind review of submissions: March 2018;
  • Notice of acceptance: April 8, 2018;
  • Programme publication and registration opening: Mid-April, 2018.

Calls for Proposals

At the EuroIA conference, the talks and workshops come from you, the community.

The Call for Proposals closed on Saturday, March 10, 2018 – 23:59:59 CET. Submissions are all now going through our review process.

Thank you for taking the time to submit to EuroIA 2018!