Demonstrations, Posters, and Work in Progress Papers
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!
A Work in Progress (WiP) 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 and the authors will have the opportunity to discuss their work with the conference delegates during a special Demo and WiP session.
Posters are simply presented during the conference using a billboard or similar. Poster presenters will not need to hold a talk during the conference, but have the possibility to familiarize themselves with other attendees while they present an A0 large poster for one-hours at the conference during a coffee break. However, each poster is also accompanied with a paper, which will be published as part of the conference proceedings.
Submission Guidelines for Demos, Posters, and Work in Progress
- Demonstration, Posters, and Works in Progress papers should be anonymised and be between 2–4 pages in length (excluding references)
- They must be submitted using the ACM Conference Proceedings Template
- For further information concerning the submission system, and links to paper templates, please see “Submission of your Papers”