Demonstrations are a new, alternative form of presenting ideas and results to the international audience of the HCII conference, and they are governed by the same conference registration policy applicable for the submissions of papers and posters. Additionally, as Demonstrations will be placed in the Exhibition Area, they will be also bound by the rules of conduct applicable to the Exhibitors.
For more information, please visit: http://2018.hci.international/demonstrations
Students (undergraduate, postgraduate or doctoral) are invited to submit, through the Conference Management System (CMS), an up to 5-minute video clip in MP4 format that presents their design idea, including statements and elaboration of the objective, method, innovation and outcome. Further information is available here: http://2018.hci.international/student-design-competition
In order to provide a greater opportunity for more people to present at the conference, multiple submissions by single authors cannot be accepted. Co-authors may appear on multiple papers, but each accepted paper, or poster, with multiple co-authors should have a different conference registrant.
For paper presentation at the Conference and inclusion of the full paper in the Proceedings, at least one registration per paper is required by 9 February 2018.
For poster presentation at the Conference and inclusion of the Poster Extended Abstract in the Proceedings, at least one registration per poster is required by 16 March 2018.
Paper proposals should include a statement of the objective and significance of the proposed presentation, a description of methods and a discussion of results:
There are two different procedures for paper submission and selection in HCI International Conference series:
Camera-ready papers (full papers, typically 12 pages but no less than 10 and no more than 20 pages) should be submitted in both DOC and PDF format.
These sessions will accommodate the presentation of late-breaking scientific and professional news or work in progress. For the review process, an abstract of 300 words should be submitted, including the essence of the planned presentation.
The abstract, which should be submitted for the review process, can be submitted in either DOC or PDF format, but no special formatting guidelines apply in this stage. References, tables and figures are acceptable in the abstract. The 300-words limit excludes references.
The camera-ready poster extended abstracts shall have typically 6 pages (no more than 8 and no less than 4), and must be written in the form of self-contained short research papers. They should be submitted in both DOC and PDF format.
Half-day tutorials will be offered at introductory, intermediate and advanced levels covering the entire spectrum of the topics of the Conference. For the review process, an abstract of 300 words should be submitted, including the objective, content, target audience and a brief CV.