The scientific society AIPO (Association of Human-Computer Interaction) is open to all people interested in Human-Computer Interaction.

Its objectives are to promote and disseminate Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and serve as a link between scientists and professionals who carry out activities in this field.

AIPO was started in November 1999 by a group of professors interested in promoting Human-Computer Interaction in Spain and in the Spanish-speaking world. Through the various projects undertaken over time, AIPO has aroused the interest of researchers from different fields (computer science, telecommunications, library science, art and design, psychology, sociology, etc.) that make up such a multidisciplinary area as HCI.

The governing bodies of AIPO are the assembly of members, and a board of directors. This board is made up of a president, a vice president, a secretary, a treasurer and some chairs.

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