MHCI 2016 will be held in Budapest, Hungary on August 16 - 17, 2016.
Poster Board Dimensions:
Authors presenting via poster boards are to be informed that poster boards are 110 cm height and 70 cm width.
Best Paper Award:
Two best paper awards will be conferred to author(s) of the papers that receive the highest rank during the peer-review and by the respected session chairs. Please visit Paper Submission for more information.
Propose Exhibits, Workshops & More
MHCI attracts a wide range of researchers in the field of multimedia and human computer interaction. As a prominent company in the field of multimedia and human computer interaction, we would like to offer you an exhibit at MHCI. Please visit Events for more information.
We are pleased to announce that the 4th International Conference on Multimedia and Human-Computer Interaction (MHCI'16) will be held in Budapest, Hungary, on August 16 - 17, 2016 at the Novotel Budapest Centrum.
Art nouveau style Novotel Budapest Centrum is located in the city centre with easy access. Enjoy 4-star comfort in sound-proof, air-conditioned rooms with tea/coffee making facilities. Café Palace restaurant await our guests with live piano music, Hungarian and International tastes. The hotel offers free entrance into a fitness room, jacuzzi, and sauna. Free WiFi is available in the entire Hotel.
Metro, trams and buses are on your doorstep. Novotel Budapest Centrum is close to Keleti Railway station as well to Blaha Lujza square on Pest side of Budapest. With easy access to public transportation, you can quickly reach the Danube River, shopping areas of Budapest, the Syma congress centre, Hungexpo exhibition field, or the Budapest Arena concert hall. Restaurants with international kitchen and excellent bars, pubs can be found in close proximity of the Hotel.
For more information on Novotel Budapest Centrum, please visit:
Often described as the "Little Paris of Middle Europe", Budapest is famous not only for the monuments reflecting its own 1,000-year-old culture, but also for the relics of others who settled here. Remains from both Roman occupation and much later ruled by the Turks can still be seen in the city. After the Ottoman Empire the union with Austria has a particular influence on the city's form and style.
The capital has two sides, Buda and Pest, stretching along the banks of the Danube, representing two different characters of the city.
Suburban Buda and its historic castle district offer medieval streets and houses, museums, caves and Roman ruins. The dynamic Pest side boasts the largest parliament building in Europe, riverside promenades, flea markets, bookstores, antique stores and café houses.
Budapest has a lot to offer. Museums and galleries, churches and synagogues, palaces and historic buildings, baths and pools are presented together with the influence of Secession in the city.
For more information on Budapest, please visit: www.budapest.com.