Submission of Position Papers
Participants are invited to submit a position paper with an emphasis on technology and how it is used in human movement analysis.
We expect the position papers to engage with the workshop by considering the following main topics:
- Machine processing of human movement (e.g. data collection, treatment, recognition, interpretation, validation…)
- Human factors of human movement analysis and HCI (e.g. postures, movements, displacements, limitations, motor-skills…)
The position papers may present applications, case studies, design or evaluation methods specifying the following aspects:
- Which technologies or input device(s) are used?
- What body part(s) are captured and how?
- Which data?
- Which processing?
- Which outputs for which goals/tasks?
- What are the original aspects and open challenges?
The position papers should be up to 2 pages (aprox. 1200 words), excluding references (self-references are also welcome). No specific format is required at this stage.
- Deadlines for submission of position paper
- First round (extended):
- Second round (updated):
- First round (extended):
- Early acceptance: 21/05/2019
- Late acceptance: 17/06/2019
- Additional information from accepted participants: 01/07/2019
- One-day workshop: 02/09/2019
Please email your submission before 01/06/2019 23:59 UT (last call) following the instructions below:
- Submission to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: “Workshop HCI Human Movement – Interact 2019”
- Include authors names, affiliations and contact information
- Attached file: doc, docx, or pdf
- Additional links or illustrations are welcome.
At least one author of an accepted submission is required to attend the workshop.
Accepted participants may be invited to provide additional information in order to help the organisers to prepare the workshop activities and post-workshop publications.
Accepted papers will be published in the adjunct conference proceedings and available at the workshop website. Authors of accepted papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their work for a book proposal (more information).
Participation without position paper
It is also possible to attend the workshop without position papers. In this case, please send an email to email@example.com with a paragraph about your experience in the field, how you think you can contribute to the discussion and what would you expect from the workshop. This step is necessary to facilitate the organization of the workshop.
Criteria of selection
The selection process will ensure high-quality contributions from a range of different perspectives according to the following criteria:
- Contribution to the workshop discussion
- Practical use
Participants selected in the First round will be prioritised.
An extract of the accepted workshop proposal is available here: download pdf file