Call for Late-Breaking Posters and Demonstrations

Call for Late-Breaking Posters and Demonstrations

We invite researchers to submit and showcase their latest advances, experiences and challenges in the field of human-agent interaction as late-breaking posters and demonstrations.

Topics of interest are the same as research topics of HAI 2018 – See the call for papers at http://hai-conference.net/hai2018/authors/call-for-papers/. Please consult the chair if you are uncertain whether your topic falls within the scope of the conference.

At least one author of the selected work must register and be present during the session at all time. Any selected abstract of the late-breaking poster or the demonstration will be included in proceeding of HAI’18 indexed by ACM Digital Library. An award will be given for the best poster or demonstration.

Guidelines for an abstract of a late-breaking poster & demonstration

We require authors to submit an abstract describing your work that is intended to be present as a late-breaking poster or a demonstration. The abstract must adhere to the ACM SIG proceedings templates and is no longer than two pages in PDF format including all text, figures and tables. Additional pages can be used only for references. Submitted abstracts must not be published nor submitted for publication elsewhere. Authors must ensure that their submissions are anonymised and no information of author’s identity can be inferred.

Abstracts with ground-breaking results and demonstrations of practical applications will be favoured during the selection process by the committee. Should a selected demonstration requires special arrangements, please inform your need to the chair as early as possible: hai2018poster@hai-conference.net.

Abstract submission

All abstracts must be submitted online. An URL link will be provided here shortly.

Important dates

01 Oct 2018: Deadline for abstract submission
22 Oct 2018: Notification of acceptance

All deadlines are 11.58PM LINT (Line Islands Time).

Late-breaking and demonstration chair
Tin Leelavimolsilp, University of Southampton, UK
hai2018poster@hai-conference.net