Academic Mindtrek Paper Submission
Use the online form below to submit your paper to Academic Mindtrek 2015 proceedings. Through the form you can submit all papers and proposals. The same form is used for short papers, long papers, workshop proposals, demonstration proposals and tutorial proposals. These conference proceedings will be published in the ACM Digital Library.
The scientific part of the conference is organized in cooperation with ACM SIGMM, and ACM SIGCHI. Academic Mindtrek is also JuFO 1 (JuFo description).
Short and Long Paper Proposals
All submissions will be peer-reviewed double blinded, therefore please remove any information that could give an indication of the authorship. Short papers should be between 2-4 pages long and the paper presentation will be 15 minutes plus 5 minutes discussion within a session; long papers should be 6-8 pages and will be presented in 20 minutes slots, plus 5 minutes discussion.
Feel free to suggest workshops which are co-organized with the Academic MindTrek. Workshop proposals should include the organizing committee, a 2 page description of the theme of the workshop, a short CV of organizers, duration, the proceedings publisher, and the schedule. Workshop organizers also have the possibility to add publications to the main conference proceedings. Depending on the attracted number of papers for each workshop, we provide space for either half-day or full-day workshops. Previous examples include e.g. a workshop on eLearning. Nevertheless, feel free to suggestion your own.
Interactive experience demonstrator proposals shall be either short or full papers and include: a) a description and motivation of the demonstration; b) general architecture of the demonstration; c) description of the main features; d) a brief comparison with other existing related demonstrations; e) audio-visual materials to illustrate the demonstration (if applicable); f) the type of license, and g) the Internet address of the demonstration (if applicable). It is strongly recommended that the authors make the demonstration (or a suitable version or movie) on the Internet during the evaluation.
Tutorial proposals should include a 2-page description of the tutorial, intended audience, a short CV, timetable, required equipment, references, and a track record of previous tutorials. The target length of tutorials is 2-4 hours. Previous examples include a tutorial on audio based media. However, feel free to suggest your own.
Extended abstracts should be between 1-2 pages long and contain 500-800 words. They should describe the research problem, background, research questions, and the contribution to the conference. Extended abstracts will not be published within the ACM digital library.
Please follow the style guidelines on http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates for formatting all submissions.