What are Demonstrations and Work In Progress papers?
The OzCHI Demonstration track is the hands-on part of the conference for showing your
work and engaging with the OzCHI attendees. Your demonstration can take the shape of a
live, interactive demo, a lab/corporate exhibition or any combination of these! Research
demonstrations will be open to general public. Hence, it must be relevant for the
scientific community and have appeal to the general public.
A Work in Progress submission reports on recent work that is producing interesting
results, but is not yet so well developed to be presented as a short or long paper.
Accepted Demo and Work in Progress papers will be included in the conference proceedings
the authors will have the opportunity to discuss their work with the conference delegates
during a special Demo and WiP session. Participants will be able to choose presenting a
WIP poster or demo on the day. Accepted papers will be available in the USB proceedings
and will be published in the ACM International Conference Proceedings Series available
from the ACM Digital Library.
- 11 Oct: Extended Submission Deadline
13 Oct: Notification
20 Oct: Camera Ready
- 20 Oct: Notification
- 23 Oct: Camera Ready
Send submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
A 4-page paper (excluding references) that must follow the
SIGCHI proceedings template. Papers must not be anonymized, please complete
all authors and affiliations in the submission.
This template is in Word format, but initial submissions should be in PDF format.
With the final submission authors will be required to upload both the Word and PDF
Submissions longer than 4 pages will be automatically rejected.
LaTeX users: there is no template for LaTeX. LaTeX users are responsible
for formatting their PDF document following the extended abstract format.
Unfortunately we are unable to provide support for this.
References DO NOT count towards page length. However, authors must use any extra
space with care. Any other content (including acknowledgments, figures, and appendices)
beyond the 4-page limit is not acceptable and will lead to an automatic
Submissions are not anonymous and should include all author names, affiliations,
and contact information.
At the Conference
Accepted WiP submissions will be presented as a poster during the conference.
We will provide more information once the acceptance notifications are sent out.
Accepted Demonstrations will be presented as a live, interactive demo, a lab/corporate
exhibition,or a combination of the above.
The following additional information will be required for demonstrations:
The title of the proposed demonstration
The names of the authors
The name, telephone number and email address of the contact person
A description of your demo addressing the following points:
What makes it unique and special?
Why will it draw a general crowd?
Why will it be interesting for HCI researchers?
Provision of keywords
Information about the demonstration space:
The amount of floor or desktop space needed (length, width, height in meters)
The list of equipment you will bring (be as detailed as you can be)
Any power, socket and outlet needs
The list of equipment that you would want us to provide. Please note that beyond
general equipment and connections we cannot guarantee any equipment.
Networking requirements (ethernet, wifi, nonHTTP)
Any environment requirements (Does this demonstration require a dark environment?
Does it produce or is sensitive to a large amount of noise or light? Etc.)
Optional (but preferred): URL of your demo video
(Video in QuickTime, MPEG, or Windows Media Viewer not to exceed 50MB is recommended.
Please do NOT send your video by email.)
Anything else that you want us know about your demonstration
Both Demonstrations and Work in Progress will be rated based on their novelty and potential
appeal to the OzCHI attendees
and general public. The clarity of the proposal (having a video will help!) will help us
make this decision.
Demos and Work in Progress Chairs
Nalin Asanka Gamagedara Arachchilage,
University of New South Wales
Queensland University of Technology
Leigh Ellen Potter,
Email queries can be sent to email@example.com