Call for Application Fee Waiver for Persons with Disabilities

In its twenty-first edition, this is the second year that the Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computating Systems (IHC 2022) has an Accessibility Coordination to help the general organization think officially and systematically about accessibility resources for the conference.

The idea is that we can improve each year so that the next HCI’s are increasingly accessible and inclusive for the Community interested in topics of studies on Human-Computer Interaction.

With that intention in mind, we are opening this call to apply for a registration fee waiver for Persons with Disabilities.

The total number of applications whose registration fee will be exempted is 4 (four) regardless of the application category (undergraduate student, graduate student, primary education, or professional teacher). The criteria for selecting persons entitled to the exemption will be as follows:

  • Information on the type of disability (up to two people with the same type will be included, in case there is excess demand);
  • Justification of interest in participating in the IHC 2022;
  • Availability to travel to Diamantina to attend the event in person from October 17th to 21st, 2022;
  • Availability of Financial Resources to cover transport, food, and accommodation costs in Diamantina;
  • Confirm that you will participate in a virtual meeting to discuss your experience in participating in the event (to be scheduled).


People interested please send the answers to the above criteria in a single message to the email address ihcaacessivel@gmail.com by October 3, 2022.

Upon notification, registration must be done by the requesting person in the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC) ECOS system. After completing the form, we ask you to choose the payment option “boleto bancario”. The ticket must be sent to the email address ihcaacessivel@gmail.com.

The accessibility resources to be made available in part of the event’s program will be LIBRAS Interpreter and English/Portuguese Interpreter.

Don’t hesitate to contact us by email: ihcaacessivel@gmail.com if you have any questions.



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