Demonstrations

Demonstrations constitute an alternative form of presenting ideas and results

to the international audience of the HCI International Conference.

Accepted demonstration proposals will be listed

in the Conference Final Program and on the Conference Website with a link to a home website

Present your work to a large audience of HCI academics, researchers and practitioners

For each demonstration, a dedicated space will be allocated in the Exhibition area




Submit a demonstration proposal

An abstract (300 words) should be submitted including the essence of the planned demonstration

Deadline for Abstract Submission: 1 May 2020

Submission will open soon


Submit a demonstration proposal

An abstract (300 words) should be submitted including the essence of the planned demonstration

Deadline for Abstract Submission: 1 May 2020

Submission will open soon


Demonstrations constitute an alternative form of presenting ideas and results

to the international audience of the HCI International Conference.

Accepted demonstration proposals will be listed

in the Conference Final Program and on the Conference Website with a link to a home website

Present your work to a large audience of HCI academics, researchers and practitioners

For each demonstration, a dedicated space will be allocated in the Exhibition area

Guidelines for Demonstration Submissions

Abstract length:
300 words

Abstract submission:
1 May 2020

Notification of review outcome:
1 week after submission

Deadline for registration:
Within two weeks after acceptance

Demonstrations constitute an alternative form of presenting ideas and results to the international audience of the HCI International Conference.

An abstract (300 words) should be submitted, including the essence of the planned demonstration, a short description of the system/installation and representative images. The abstract can be submitted in either DOCX or PDF format, but no special formatting guidelines apply.

The abstract will not be published in the Conference Proceedings.

Following a review process, a decision is communicated to the demonstration submission authors. The review process of the HCI International Conference is not blind. The name and contact details of the author(s) that are associated with the abstract are given to the reviewers.

Accepted Demonstrations

  LOCATION


Demonstrations will take place in the Exhibition area and will be configured to facilitate free and continuous access by the Conference participants.

  PRESENTATION


For each demonstration, a dedicated space will be allocated, featuring one side of a poster board, a table and a chair. Options to rent equipment from local suppliers will also be provided.

 

Demonstrations will be listed:

in the Conference Final Program

on the Conference Website (name, title and a brief abstract) with a link to a home website

Registration Regulation

For demonstration presentation at the Conference, at least one registration for demonstration is required within two weeks after acceptance.