Important Dates

 ● Submission Deadline30 June 2017
 ● Author Notification4 August 2017
 ● Camera Ready11 August 2017

Full papers (normally 8 pages, maximum 10) must present original, highly innovative and forward-looking research or design work within the scope of spatial user interaction.
Short Papers (up to 4 pages) must also report novel research, but may include preliminary results or conceptual ideas. User interface evaluations are strongly encouraged for every publication in this venue.


Submission Instructions


Reviewing Process

All papers will be reviewed by at least two external reviewers and two members of the international program committee. After the review cycle each submission will receive either an “Accept”, “Conditional Accept” or “Reject” decision. Some papers may be invited to be presented as a poster. Conditionally accepted papers should be revisited to address all changes requested by the primary reviewer, who will also shepherd the revision and assign the final decision for the paper (i.e., either “Accept” or “Reject”). Due to the tight conference schedule papers cannot be invited to do significant revisions. Thus, please submit your paper in the form you would like it to be published. Incomplete, off-topic, or otherwise non-competitive submissions will be desk-rejected without review.


Presentation Information

As in previous years accepted papers will be presented in a single conference track, divided in thematically grouped sessions, with 3-4 papers in each session. Each session has an associated session chair, who will announce the presenter and the work and will moderate the Q&A phase after each presentation. You can contact your session chair for particular questions concerning your presentation. Please come at least 15 minutes before your session begins to test your presentation.
The presentation time is 25+5 minutes for full papers and 17+3 minutes for short papers. Nevertheless, we recommend to keep your presentation a bit shorter and allow more time for Q&A.


Program Chairs

imgKyle Johnsen

University of Georgia

USA
imgRob Teather

Carleton University

Canada
imgChristian Sandor

Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST)

Japan