By | December 1, 2018

2nd African Conference for Human Computer Interaction 2018 (HCI)

Hosted by the Namibia University of Science and Technology

AfriCHI aims to widen African’s international participation in the practice and study of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and Interaction Design, and to advance HCI by increased awareness of designs, tools, inventions, methods, theories and pedagogies for creating or using technology in Africa.

  • Are you interested in becoming:
    • An HCI Researcher, Designer or Practitioner
    • A Technological Expert
    • An ICT Researcher
    • A Healthcare Technologist
    • An Entrepreneur or
    • A Technology Enthusiast or Student


  • Are you interested in:
    • Gaining a broader understanding of healthcare
    technologies on the continent (Social Media for
    Health, Big Data in Health, Emerging Technologies
    in Health, ICT Challenges in Health, Health Policies)
    • Understanding how culture could influence
    designing for Africa
    • Understanding the cultural aspects of HumanRobot
    Interaction (HRI) design
    • Understanding current engagement in the field of
    Indigenous Knowledge safeguarding
    • Knowing what ‘best practices’ are available to be
    used when creating a start-up around a digital

Date:  3 – 7 December 2018
Venue:  Safari Hotel and Conference Centre, Windhoek
Theme:  Thriving Communities

Workshop Fee: N$500 (Includes conference materials and lunch)
More details and registration link available on conference website:
Limited space available.

Mr Munyaradzi Maravanyika
Lecturer: Informatics
Faculty of Computing and Informatics
T: +264 207 2197

Don’t miss this once in lifetime opportunity!

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