Information for Authors
A standard XGA LCD data projector and a 12 ft. screen will be available for your talk; an overhead projector also will be available. On Wednesday only, two projectors and 12 ft. screens will be available. However, no VHS or PAL playback deck & monitor will be available for talks or panels unless specifically requested by 10/31. Speakers are encouraged to plan accordingly, and to check with their paper or panel session chair if they have a special request to use nonstandard video/audio formats or to use any other equipment (including their own video playback devices). In such cases, speakers also should be prepared to meet John Rekrut during setup at 7:30AM on the morning of their talk to check their AV and also to orient the student volunteer who will be handling it.
Final Paper Submission
Instructions can be found at http://www.sheridanprinting.com/typedept/icmi.htm.
- Posters should not exceed 4' wide x 3' tall
- Single-sheet posters strongly recommended over tiled (multisheet) posters
- If you need a table and/or power for your poster presentation, please request via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by SEPTEMBER 15. Requests made after this date cannot be guaranteed.
- Long presentations are allocated 20 minutes plus 2-3 minutes for Q&A.
- Short presentations are allocated 10 minutes plus 2-3 minutes for Q&A.
Abstract and paper submission instructions are at http://icmi.ai.mit.edu
(Questions or problems with the submission site should be addressed to email@example.com)
There are four categories of submissions:
- FULL PAPER describing original research in areas related to multimodal user interfaces. Papers may be up to 8 pages long. Accepted full papers will be included in the conference proceedings.
- SHORT PAPER describing late breaking or ongoing research. Papers may be up to 4 pages long, and authors are encouraged to provide pointers to web sites that will provide more detailed information or future progress. Accepted short papers will be included in the conference proceedings.
- PANEL PROPOSAL that presents, debates, or provokes discussion on a relevant topic. Proposals may be up to 2 pages long, and should include a statement of the panel topic, a proposed schedule including the time allocated for presentation and discussion, and a list of possible and confirmed participants.
- DEMO PROPOSAL that displays implementations or concepts may be no longer than 2 pages long.
Please specify the submission category (long, short, panel, demo) in the title area of the manuscript, and also enter it in parentheses as the last word in the title for the online abstract.
Full paper and short paper submissions must be formatted for 8.5"x11" paper, with 1" margins on the top and bottom, and 0.75" margins on the left and right sides. Authors are to follow the ACM Proceedings Format described at http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/template.html.
Detailed submission information can be found at http://icmi.ai.mit.edu.
All reviewing for FULL and SHORT papers will be double blind, so the paper must not include any information which allows the authors to be identified. For example, this might require that some references to the authors' previous work be left blank. This is not optional. Papers that provide obvious identifying information may be rejected without review. Please also note that ICMI does not allow dual submissions to other conferences, and will reject papers if the majority of the paper is found to be simultaneously submitted to another conference. Contact one of the program co-chairs for clarification if you have any questions regarding these policies.
Abstracts (and titles) for *all* submission categories are due by April 21, 2003 (10pm EST)
Full submissions are due by April 30, 2003 (10pm EST)