CHI 2017 : ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Conference Series : Human Factors in Computing Systems
Call For Papers
ACM CHI 2017 - EXPLORE INNOVATE INSPIRE
CHI Papers and CHI Notes are archival publications of original research in the field of Human Computer Interaction (HCI).
All deadlines are at 20:00 EDT/EST on the date shown.
Submission deadline: September 14, 2016. Title, abstract, authors, subcommittee choices, and other metadata.
Materials upload deadline: September 21, 2016.
Reviews sent to authors: November 18, 2016.
Rebuttal period closes: November 23, 2016.
Decision notification: December 12, 2016.
Reviews released: December 14, 2016.
Camera-ready papers due: January 6, 2017.
Late-breaking Work Deadline: 11 January 2017 (20:00 EST)
Changes from 2016
There are several changes to the process from 2016; please review the CFP below. Major changes include:
Submission deadline: The deadline to create your submission and set the title, abstract, and authors, as well pick your subcommittee and other details of your paper is September 14th. A week later, the rest of the materials (the actual paper, supplementary materials, video) are due. Please see details below.
Strict anonymity: It is imperative to the CHI process that your paper remains anonymous. You may not post copies of your submission online, anywhere, during or before the review process if they include author or institutional affiliation information. See the updated CHI Anonymization Policy.
New subcommittees: It should be noted that there are several new subcommittees this year, and that some earlier committees have either had a reduction in scope or have disappeared entirely. Please carefully review the CFP and linked documents to ensure you select two appropriate subcommittees for your submission.
Paper length: Authors are encouraged to submit Papers and Notes whose length is proportional to their contributions, up to the maxima specified below, rather than trying to “fill up” a maximum length submission. Reviewers will be instructed to weigh the length of the paper in making their assessment of the contribution.
Further details, and additional changes, are found below.
Submission: Made to Precision Conference.
Submission format: anonymized, up to 10-page (plus references) Paper or up to 4-page (plus references) Note in the CHI Proceedings Format with a maximum 150 word abstract.
References do not count toward the page limits.
Selection process: Refereed.
At the conference: presenters of Papers have a 20-minute slot (including questions); presenters of Notes have a 10-minute slot (including questions).
Archives: Papers and Notes are archived in the conference proceedings, available on the ACM Digital Library.