ISWC 2012 Call for Demos and Videos
ISWC 2012: 16th International Symposium on Wearable Computers 18-22 June 2012, Newcastle, UK http://www.iswc.net/iswc12/
Demos and Videos Submission Deadline: April 20, 2012 at 23:59 PDT (notification of acceptance 2 MAY)
ISWC 2012 is seeking interesting and engaging videos/demonstrations of wearable computing technologies. Proposers are invited to submit research videos/demonstrations under the general topics of the conference. Relevant topics include (but are not limited to) the following:
- New technologies and devices for wearable computing
- New interfaces and novel interaction methods between humans and wearable computing devices, applications or environments
- New tools, materials, architectures, middleware and operating systems for designing, implementing & deploying wearable computing applications
- Wearable computing tools that appropriately address challenges posed by everyday contexts
- Applications and devices related to privacy, security, copyright, trust and social issues and implications of wearable computing
- New applications of wearable computing technologies, which will have impacts on society, businesses and our human lives
ISWC videos/demos combine a video presentation/live research demonstration at the conference with a short paper describing the contribution that will appear in the extended abstracts in the conference proceedings.
All videos/demonstration proposals must be submitted in CAMERA-READY form by 25 MARCH with notification of acceptance by 2 MAY. Accepted submissions will be collected in adjunct conference proceedings. The adjunct proceedings will be distributed as PDF to the conference participants.
Please use IEEE Computer Society Proceedings Manuscript Formatting template as follows:
IMPORTANT: ONLY PDF files will be accepted for paper submission. Ensure that the paper submission is in CAMERA-READY form. Please e-mail your submission directly to the chair.
Demos submission and presentation
Submissions must be in Adobe PDF format, up to 1 page in length, and conform to the IEEE Computer Society Proceedings Manuscript Format. Demos can be presented with posters during the conference.
Please e-mail your submission directly to the chair, Martin Kusserow (email@example.com).
Video submission and presentation
Each research video must be accompanied by a short paper describing the key research contribution. The paper should be written in a way that it can be understood by readers who have not or will not see the video and must be no longer than 1 page in IEEE Computer Society Proceedings Manuscript Format.
To be accepted, a video must be of an appropriate length for the content. We recommend videos to be no longer than 8 minutes.
It must contain no material subject to copyright (i.e., that the authors cannot grant ISWC 2011 the right to redistribute freely), and must be easily comprehensible to English speakers.
An accepted video must be standalone, i.e., the video itself (with audio soundtrack or subtitles) must describe the work sufficiently, without requiring the viewer to read the abstract. Videos will be judged primarily on their communication of interesting research content (assuming appropriate technical quality).
Authors MUST submit A URL TO THE VIDEO (NOT THE VIDEO ITSELF!) and a PDF file of the accompanying short paper to firstname.lastname@example.org. Videos must be submitted in one of the following Formats: MPEG1/2, MPEG-4, H2.64.
Please e-mail your submission directly to the chair, Kai Kunze (email@example.com).
Martin Kusserow, ETH Zurich, Switzerland Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kai Kunze, University of Passau, Germany Email: email@example.com