We encourage the following research submission types:
(length according to contribution, presentation and/or demo at the conference)
Papers may be 2 – 8 pages long in the two-column ACM SIGCHI format. Regardless of length, a paper may be presented as a talk, a demo, a video, or any combination of each. Paper length must match the size of the contribution, and the same general review criteria hold for all papers. All papers will undergo the same review process and be published in the same way: all accepted submissions in this category will be included in the conference proceedings and published through the ACM Digital Library. Please consider the most appropriate presentation format for your work when choosing the presentation type. We particularly encourage interactive demos by publishing their accompanying papers in the full conference proceedings.
Authors are invited to submit high-quality original work to advance the field. Papers will be subject to blind peer reviewing and all identifying information about authors needs to be removed from the submitted manuscripts. Citations to own work must not be anonymous, but should be described in a way that does not reveal you as the author of the cited work. Submissions must be made using the Precision Conference system. We encourage authors to submit a video figure to support their submission, and the committee will choose the best videos to be part of a plenary session at the conference.
(2 pages in ACM SIGCHI format, poster presentation at the conference)
Posters provide a unique opportunity for late-breaking results and works-in-progress to be presented in a poster format. Accepted submissions will be presented as a poster at the conference. Posters papers will be peer-reviewed and archived in the proceedings as well as the ACM digital library. We encourage authors to submit a video figure to support their submission, and the committee will choose the best videos to be part of a plenary session at the conference.
Student Design Competition
(2 pages describing the game and approach in ACM SIGCHI format)
The CHI PLAY Student Game Design Competition will provide a unique opportunity for students to showcase their interactive play systems and designs. Students will need to submit a video of their game as well as proof of student status (full-time or part-time, all levels up to PhD). A jury panel will nominate the best submissions for an interactive presentation at the conference, where a panel of experts choose the winners.