Posters and demos provide a unique opportunity to share valuable new ideas, elicit feedback on early-stage work, and foster discussions and collaborations among colleagues. Demos also provide a space for researchers and practitioners to bring hands-on experiences to conference attendees.
A poster is a concise report of recent findings or other innovative or thought-provoking work relevant to the CHItaly community. Appropriate submissions should be complete enough to contribute to the HCI knowledge and inspire future works, and must not have been presented elsewhere.
Besides presenting the poster during the posters & demos session, authors will have the possibility to:
- preview their poster in a 1-minute slot within the plenary session;
- present their poster within the Metaverse session.
Posters will be published in the conference proceedings. Furthermore, a special jury will check all the accepted contributions and the best posters will be awarded with a best-poster certificate.
A demo is an interactive demonstration of a completed or ongoing research effort, in the form of software or any working prototype or technical solution of direct relevance to HCI. We welcome demos from students and researchers in all stages of their careers.
We particularly encourage undergraduate students and authors of accepted full and short papers to contribute their demos.
Demo submissions will be published in the main conference proceedings.
An appealing and innovative demonstration presents an opportunity to display further and disseminate your research and attract attendees’ participation. Note that demos must be about research: the track is not meant for presenting commercial products. Business-related visibility is achieved via sponsorship. Demos can have been presented elsewhere.
Posters and demos will be reviewed by at least two members of the Program Committee.