The demonstrations will give you the opportunity to present your prototypes to the audience of the IHM'22 conference during a dedicated "demo night" event. This session offers you the opportunity to:
IHM'22 offers a specific call for participation dedicated to demonstrations, in which we encourage innovative submissions within the following domains (non-exhaustive list):
Submissions on the theme of IHM’22 “Artificial Intelligence” are particularly encouraged.
The program committee of IHM'22 may also invite authors of other tracks (articles, WiP, etc.) to present a demonstration without additional submission (except for the technical appendix).
Submissions should be in the form of a 1 to 2 pages non-anonymous article. They must be accompanied with a technical appendix in a separate document.
The article should present the scientific goals of the work that originated the demonstration as well as the main functionalities presented during the demo.
The technical appendix has no imposed format and should concisely describe the envisioned demonstration scenario as well as the specific material needs (each demonstration booth will have one table, one electric socket, and a WiFi internet access; if the demonstration requires other apparatus, it has to be specified in the technical appendix, the organizers will try to fulfill the requirements insofar as possible).
To ease the submissions management, the name of the submitted files must respect the following format:
Submissions should follow the non-anonymous Proceedings format (1 to 2 pages):
The submissions must be sent via email to email@example.com
Submissions will be evaluated by the demo chairs, assisted by additional reviewers if necessary.
Final versions should follow the above-mentioned NON-anonymous Proceedings format, in its double-column version. They should not exceed two pages, excluding references.
A single PDF file with the paper modified according to the comments provided to the authors must be returned to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 11. The technical appendix should not be attached to or incorporated into the article.
Articles accompanying the accepted demonstrations will be included in the adjunct proceedings of the conference available on HAL.
Contact at email@example.com