Submission Types

FULL AND SHORT PAPERS

 Important Dates 

Submission Deadline: November 17th 2019 
December 6th 2019

Decision notification: January 17th 2020 
Camera ready version: January 31st 2020

 

A paper submission is suitable for original research that is completed at the time of submission and, regardless of the length of the paper, are self-sufficient scientific contributions. Papers can be full papers (12 pages max., including all) or short papers (6 pages max., including all) in Springer LNCS format, and should describe work that is not presented, published, or simultaneously submitted elsewhere. Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by the review committee.  Note that papers must be anonymized when submitted. When accepted, a camera ready version of the paper must be submitted before the deadline. Accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings and devoted a time slot for oral presentation. At least one author per submission is required to register before the end of the early registration period and be present at the conference. Inclusion in the proceedings is conditional upon successful registration.

Authors should consult Springer‘s authors’ guidelines and use their proceedings templates, either for LaTeX or for Word, for the preparation of their papers. Springer encourages authors to include their ORCIDs in their papers. In addition, the corresponding author of each paper, acting on behalf of all of the authors of that paper, must complete and sign a Consent-to-Publish form. The corresponding author signing the copyright form should match the corresponding author marked on the paper.

POSTERS

 Important Dates 

Submission Deadline: January 31st 2020
Decision notification: February 15th 2020 
Camera ready version: February 28th 2020

 

Posters will be displayed and presented during a dedicated session of the conference. Yet inclusion in the adjunct proceedings is conditional upon successful registration. Poster presenters are required to register before the end of the early registration period and be present at the conference in order to describe the content to viewers.

Poster submission is suitable for descriptions of small studies/experiences, of project outlines, or of work in progress. Authors should submit a 2-page abstract (including references).

When you are ready, submit your proposal to poster-demo@persuasive.org

WORKSHOPS & TUTORIALS

 

Important Dates 

Submission Deadline: December 1st 2019
Decision notification: December 20th 2019 
Camera ready version: January 15th 2020

 

Workshops provide avenues for attendees with common interests to exchange and discuss their ideas about a particular topic that would contribute to advancing the field of Persuasive Technology in general. They provide an opportunity for interactive discussions that would move the field forward and facilitate community building around a particular topic of interest. Persuasive workshops might address any aspect of persuasive technology as highlighted in the conference page.

Tutorials are intended to help people attending the conference organize a related scientific meeting on a specific topic or instruct on a specific practice. Approved workshops and tutorials will be announced on the website. They will take place during a half- or full-day session before the conference, on April 21st, 2020. Apart from the physical and virtual space in the workshop venue, all aspects of tutorials and workshops are the responsibility of the session’s organizers (e.g. adjunct proceedings, schedule, review, promotion, supporting material).

Submission Format: Springer LNCS format (no more than 4 pages), including Background, Organizers, Link to Website, Workshop Structure, Anticipated Outcome, and References. Accepted proposals will be given a time slot, conditional upon successful registration of the organizers before the end of the early registration period.

Workshop proposals are peer-reviewed and are highly selective. In the previous year, less than 30% of workshop proposals were accepted. Workshop proposals will be selected by a team of juries. Acceptance decisions will be based on an assessment of how compelling the workshop is likely to be for Persuasive Technology attendees: scientific quality, relevance to the main conference theme, ability to generate interesting discussion and useful outcome, and ability to attract a reasonable number of participants.

Accepted workshops will be included in the adjunct conference proceedings. Yet inclusion in the adjunct proceedings is conditional upon successful registration.

Submit your proposal to the following email: workshops@persuasive2020.org

DEMO

 Important Dates 

Submission Deadline: January 31st 2020
Decision notification: February 15th 2020 
Camera ready version: February 28th 2020

 

A distinct goal of Persuasive2020 is to bridge between academia and practice, to help create new networks and opportunities and facilitate knowledge sharing. As a result, we encourage design practitioners and industry to join the conference and share their insights.

If you want to demonstrate a piece of persuasive technology during the demo session so that attendees can try and interact with it, please submit a max. 2-page description, including the authors, a description of the system and its purpose, its status of implementation and deployment, the contents of the demo to be shown at the conference, and the equipment. If you want to show a commercial product, then you might be asked to pay for an exhibition fee.

Demo presenters need to bring their working demo and the hardware on which it runs (laptop, mobile phone, …) themselves. Accepted demos will be presented during a dedicated session of the conference, conditional upon successful registration before the end of the early registration period.

Accepted demos will be included in the adjunct conference proceedings. Yet inclusion in the adjunct proceedings is conditional upon successful registration.

When you are ready, submit your proposal to poster-demo@persuasive.org

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