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Posters

POSTERS CONSTITUTE SHORT PAPERS, REPORTING SCIENTIFIC RESULTS OR PROFESSIONAL NEWS

Posters are particularly well-suited for introducing new ideas or work in progress

Accepted submissions will be included in the Conference proceedings

to be published by Springer in the Computer and Information Science (CCIS) series

Present your novel ideas to acquire feedback from an international community of HCI academics, researchers and practitioners

Present your novel ideas in a simple, concise and visually appealing manner



Submit a poster proposal

Prospective authors should submit poster abstracts (300 words) including the essence of the planned presentation

Submission is now closed

Submit a Late Breaking Work - Poster proposal

Guidelines for camera-ready


Submit a poster proposal

Prospective authors should submit poster abstracts (300 words) including the essence of the planned presentation

Submission is now closed

Submit a Late Breaking Work - Poster proposal

Guidelines for camera-ready

POSTERS CONSTITUTE SHORT PAPERS, REPORTING SCIENTIFIC RESULTS OR PROFESSIONAL NEWS

Posters are particularly well-suited for introducing new ideas or work in progress

Accepted submissions will be included in the Conference proceedings

to be published by Springer in the Computer and Information Science (CCIS) series

Present your novel ideas to acquire feedback from an international community of HCI academics, researchers and practitioners

Present your novel ideas in a simple, concise and visually appealing manner

Guidelines for Authors

Abstract length:
300 words

Deadline for abstract submission:
26 January 2024 (extended deadline)

Notification of review outcome:
16 February 2024 (new date)

Deadline for camera-ready submission:
15 March 2024 (new date)

Camera-ready paper length:
Typically 6 pages, but no less than 4 and no more than 11

Deadline for author registration:
15 March 2024 (new date)

Posters constitute short reports on scientific results or professional news or work in progress.

Prospective poster authors submit abstracts (300 words) including the essence of the planned presentation. The abstract can be submitted in either DOCX or PDF format, but no special formatting guidelines apply in this stage. References, tables and figures are acceptable in the abstract. References are in addition to the 300-words limit.

Following a peer-review process, a decision is communicated to the authors. The review process of the HCI International Conference is single-blind (reviewers will be provided with authors' details). The name and contact details of the author(s) that are associated with the abstract are given to the reviewers.

After acceptance, the camera-ready version of poster extended abstracts (typically 6 pages but no less than 4 and no more than 11 pages) should be submitted both in an editable format, like the freeware LaTeX or Microsoft Word (docx), and in PDF format. Authors are strongly encouraged to use the LaTeX format, which provides greater control of the layout, better typesetting of formulas, and effortless consistency of the final PDF that will be forwarded for publication. Guidelines for the camera-ready preparation and submission, as well as the LaTeX and Microsoft Word templates by Springer, are available.

Registration Regulation

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 posters, but each accepted paper, or poster, with multiple co-authors should have a different Conference registrant.

For poster presentation at the Conference and inclusion of the poster extended abstract in the Proceedings, one registration per submission is required by 15 March 2024 (new date).