The Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction Conference follows the highest standards of publication ethics and takes all possible procedures against any publication misconduct. This Conference does not accept any type of plagiarism, which means that any author replicating a significant part of another’s work without acknowledging him/her or passing another’s work off as his/her own are not tolerated and not published.

All authors submitting their works to the Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction Conference for publication as original works confirm that the submitted papers are their own contributions and have not been copied in whole or in part from other works.

Each submission is anonymously reviewed by an average of three independent reviewers, to ensure the final high standard and quality of each accepted submission.

Reviewers should identify significant published work that has not been acknowledged by the authors.

The Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction Conference guarantees that the entire peer review and publication process is meticulous and objective.