Call for demos
We invite you to submit demonstrations of your projects by October 1, 2018. Participants will include researchers seeking to present ongoing projects with significant field components, practitioners showing their systems and seeking community feedback, or developers with early stage prototypes. Demonstrations should offer insights to real-world problems and/or solutions, and can include hardware, software, or physical artifacts. The topic for demonstrations may have been published previously at other venues.
Once accepted, at least one author of the demonstration must register for the conference and present the demonstration during the research+industry+practice (RIP) session at the conference. Authors of accepted contributions in other sections of the conference (such as accepted papers or participating practitioners) are particularly encouraged to submit proposals.
Please submit an abstract of at least 1,000 characters describing the context, novelty, and significance of the demonstration. Be as descriptive and precise as possible, detailing what exactly will be demonstrated (e.g. software to address a certain problem). Include also your technical requirements (power, Internet access, space, and other setup requirements). Each proposal should bear a title of the demonstration, names, affiliations, and contact information for all authors. Please submit your application here.
Demonstrations proposals will be reviewed based on the originality, impact, and relevance to the conference. Accepted proposals will not be published in the conference proceedings, but will be listed as part of the conference program.
Deadline: October 1, 2018 at 11.59pm Anywhere on Earth time
Notifications: November 8, 2018
Kurtis Heimerl (University of Washington, USA)