Submission

18 Feb, 2019 – Full Paper Submissions: First round of reviews and Rebuttals deadlines extended; check CfP for the latest info

Submissions are open.

Full papers

Submissions should report original work and must not have been published previously.

All full paper submissions will be peer-reviewed by an international panel of experts. The review process will retain the anonymity of authors and reviewers. After review, authors of borderline papers may submit a rebuttal (the meta-review will clearly state where this is appropriate). INTERACT 2019 will include a shepherding process for papers which are conditionally accepted at the Program Committee meeting prior to the decisions being released.

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Short papers

Submissions should report original work and must not have been published previously.

Authors are encouraged to submit late-breaking research results and work in progress that show timely and innovative ideas. All short paper submissions will be peer-reviewed by an international panel of experts. The review process will retain the anonymity of authors and reviewers.

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Interactive Posters

Authors are encouraged to demonstrate late-breaking research results and work in progress that reports stimulating and innovative ideas. Interactive Poster submissions should report original work and must not have been published previously.

Interactive Poster submissions are juried by an international panel of experts. Accepted posters must be presented at the conference during a special poster session. Poster papers will appear in the INTERACT 2019 conference proceedings.

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Panels

Panel discussions are essentially discussions on current topics of interest among experts. Individuals wanting to chair a panel on a topic that intrigues them may propose a panel session. Topics that raise forward-looking and/or contentious issues and that will promote debate among panel members as well as audience involvement are strongly encouraged.

All suggestions will be assessed for topicality and ability to generate stimulating debate. Panels that include representative of industry and academia are highly encouraged.

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Demonstrations and installations

We encourage demonstrations of new and emerging tools and technical solutions as well as innovations based on current solutions. We are interested in demonstrations in the full range of HCI-related topics, especially as they relate to the conference theme.

A system demonstration is a live presentation of a running system. Demonstrations are curated for that submissions do not need to be anonymous.

Accepted demonstrations must be demonstrated during the conference. Demonstration papers will be published in the INTERACT 2019 conference proceedings.

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Courses

Leading researchers and practitioners have the opportunity to present courses during the main conference program. Courses may cover any aspect of Human-Computer Interaction. Courses reflective of local needs and perspectives are encouraged.

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Workshops

INTERACT Workshops provide a one-day or two-day forum for participants to compare their experiences and explore research issues or topics of special interest to the HCI community.

Workshops should have specific objectives and address stimulating topics. Workshop organisers will get an opportunity to present a summary of outcomes in a session during the conference.

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Doctoral Consortium

The INTERACT 2019 Doctoral Consortium (DC) is a forum for PhD students to discuss their research goals, methods, and results at an early stage in their research. The Doctoral Consortium aims to provide useful guidance for completion of the doctoral research and the initiation of a research career in a friendly and constructive atmosphere.

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Student Design Consortium

Submissions of Design Projects are invited as part of Student Design Consortium (SDC) track. SDC submissions may address any area of HCI, including those identified in the conference topics.

Submissions should report original work and must not have been published, archived or showcased previously.

Students can submit their classroom projects, thesis projects or personal projects. All submissions will be juried by the chairs and a panel of expert reviewers.

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Field Trips

A field trip group typically comprises of 5-8 participants, who are a mix of local and international researchers, practitioners and student volunteers. A field trip may last one or two days. It may be organised either on  02 and/or 03 September, 2019.

The theme of the field trips of INTERACT 2019 need to be in the broad area of “Youth and technology for peace”.

The organising committee will receive field trip proposals related to the above theme.

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Industry case studies

The Industry Presentations track caters for work being done in industry where HCI related area such as Interaction Design and User Experience plays a role. The track is aimed at professionals who want to share their experiences and highlight their work to the international community.

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Submit

All submissions are accepted via the PCS conference management system. To access the submission system, click on the button below.