PERSUASIVE 06 - extended deadline



First International Conference on Persuasive Technology for Human


18 - 19 May 2006, Eindhoven, the Netherlands



Dear Colleague


We would like to announce the extended deadline for Persuasive 06, in
response to numerous requests from colleagues in the field. The official
deadline is now December 1st. Unortunately, the schedule for reviewing,
revising and publishing of the Lecture Notes is now very tight, making
it impossible for us to extend it any further. 


The goal of PERSUASIVE 06 is to bring together a multidisciplinary group
of social scientists studying persuasion, and engineers developing
persuasive technologies in areas such as health and rehabilitation,
housing, information and communication, and energy conservation, so they
can meet, share experiences, present research, and exchange ideas. 


PERSUASIVE 06 is aimed at exploring technology in the service of human
well-being, within the broader context of a socially and ecologically
sustainable society. 


Keynote speaker: B.J. Fogg, author of Persuasive Technology - Using
Computers to Change What We Think and Do, and director of Stanford
University's Persuasive Technology Lab


Before submitting your manuscript, please check submission guidelines as
indicated on the conference site and use the electronic submission and
review system, available at:


The deadline for paper submissions is December 1, 2005

The deadline for poster submission is January 15, 2006


For further information about the conference, you can visit:


or contact Yvonne de Kort <>  or Wijnand
IJsselsteijn <> .



prof.dr. Cees Midden, TU/e Berry Eggen, TU/e

dr. Wijnand IJsselsteijn, TU/e Yvonne de Kort, TU/e

dr. Elise van den Hoven MTD, TU/e




PERSUASIVE 06 is the first international conference aimed at exploring
persuasive technology in the service of human health and well-being,
within the broader context of a socially and ecologically sustainable

It will take place at the Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven,
The Netherlands, 18-19 May 2006. 


Received on Monday, 14 November 2005 14:33:59 UTC