The following are important dates for CSCW 2019:
June 28th, 2019, 5:00pm PDT: Submissions due
- August 9th, 2019: Final notifications
Call for Participation
CSCW 2019 will include an interactive poster category for late-breaking and preliminary results,
smaller results not suitable for a full or short paper, contributions by collaborative (inter-)national research projects,
innovative ideas not yet validated through user studies, early student research, and other research best presented in an interactive forum.
Posters will be presented in a special Poster session where researchers will interact directly with conference attendees.
The posters will then remain up throughout the remainder of the conference.
Accepted Interactive Poster abstracts will be published in ACM Digital Library and distributed to conference attendees
as part of the Conference Extended Abstracts.
Poster Submission Requirements
Update (June 17, 2019):
With the move to the new single column Extended Abstract format this year, please note the following changes:
- (1) References do not count against the page-limit, and also
- (2) We recommend that authors remove the CCS concepts, keywords, and citations from the first page.
Interactive Poster submissions should include an extended abstract no longer than 4 pages (excluding references), including all figures,
in the SIGCHI Extended Abstract Format (Word / Latex). This extended abstract will be published in the ACM Digital Library as part
of the Conference Extended Abstracts. In addition, submissions should also include a separate draft of the poster for review purposes.
The poster draft should be either Tabloid size (11 × 17 inches / 27 x 43 cm) or A3 size (29.7cm x 42 cm). Please submit the 4-page paper in
PDF format and name this file ContactAuthorsLastName.pdf. Please submit the poster draft in PDF format and name this file ContactAuthorsLastName_poster.pdf.
Both the extended abstract and the poster draft should include author names (not anonymous submission).
Interactive poster abstract submissions (extended abstract and poster draft) must be uploaded online at the Precision Conference System (select CSCW 2019 Posters from the “Track” drop down menu) to be considered.
Please note that CSCW 2019 is using a new version of Precision Conference System - PCS 2.0, which is still in development,
and you are encouraged to report problems or to make interface suggestions to email@example.com),
and you will need to create a new login/password for this system. All attachments must be less than 5MB.
All questions about poster submissions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interactive Poster Authoring Tips
Accepted Interactive Poster abstracts will be published in ACM Digital Library and distributed to conference attendees as part of the Conference Extended Abstracts.
- State the contribution and originality of your work clearly and explicitly: What is the problem? How does your approach help? Why is it better than other available approaches?
- Interactive posters abstracts may be chosen based on either the significance of the problem or the originality of your approach.
- Focus on the contribution of your work rather than the background, including just enough background to make clear how your work differs from significant prior research.
- Include the major graphical elements that will likely be used in the poster itself.
Printing and Designing your Poster
The space allocated for each poster is 48 inches by 48 inches (121 x 121 cm).
Posters are recommended to be no longer or wider than 45 inches (114 cm) in either dimension; however, up to 47 inches (119 cm) is allowable.
Smaller posters are acceptable. For example, either A0 (vertical format) or A1 is an acceptable size for the poster.
Posters should be affixed to the poster boards with push pins, not tape. The conference will provide push pins.
Each board will have a label indicating where your poster should be placed; please allow time to find your board and set up your poster.
Catherine Grevet Delcourt (Wellesley College)
Joel Fischer (University of Nottingham)