6th Annual ACM Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces 2011 ITS 2011
November 13-16, 2011 Kobe, Japan
Call for papers posted by: Johannes Schöning: “The Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces 2011 Conference (ITS) is a premiere venue for presenting research in the design and use of new and emerging tabletop and interactive surface technologies.” “ITS brings together researchers and practitioners from a variety of backgrounds and interests, such as camera and projector based systems, new display technologies, multi-touch sensing, user interface technologies, augmented reality, computer vision, multimodal interaction, novel input and sensing technologies, computer supported cooperative work (CSCW), and information visualization. The intimate size of this single-track symposium provides an ideal venue for leading researchers and practitioners to exchange research results and experiences.”
Proposals are welcome for various presentation formats and the call for proposals states that they are looking for submissions in the following areas: including gesture-based interfaces, multi-modal interfaces, tangible interfaces, novel interaction techniques, data handling/exchange on large interactive surfaces, data presentation on large interactive surfaces, software engineering methods, computer supported collaborative work, middleware and network support, virtual reality and augmented reality, social protocols, information visualizations, hardware, including sensing and input technologies with novel capabilities, human-centered design & methodologies.
The template for submissions is at: http://its2011.jp/.
Submission deadline: June 30, 2011
Perhaps of particular interest to those in non-research/ed institutions: “MENTORSHIPS ITS 2011 offers a mentorship program to help those with less experience in academic publication. The mentoring program is intended primarily for authors from non-academics, including industry. Two types of mentoring are available from the mentor: – Early feedback: assistance in framing and composing your research paper – Later feedback: reviewing an already completed paper and providing feedback on the paper In either case, the mentor will help frame your work in context of other related work, and make meaningful suggestions to improve the quality of your contribution. Depending on a type of mentoring submission deadlines are different. Although we cannot guarantee that your submission will be accepted by ITS, mentoring would be helpful for you to turn your ideas into a proper research paper. If you think the mentoring program is beneficial to you, please feel to contact both of the Mentor Chairs via email: Changkyu Choi (firstname.lastname@example.org) Yoichi Sato (email@example.com) The submission type will vary depending on the type of feedback you are seeking.”
by Jennifer Borland on June 7, 2011