Authors can submit their contributions electronically via the conference management system. Please register as a new user first. Afterwards you can submit your contribution to the Entertainment Interfaces track. Every contribution should be submitted by only one author (preferable the first author). After the peer-review of the submissions the results will be accessable via the conference management system. The registration for the conference will also be done via this access. The different types of contribution have different requirements and restrictions regarding the the length and the level of detail of the contributions. For the publication of the contribution it is necessary that at least one of the authors takes part at the conference and presents the contribution. No charges will be paid for this. The conference fees are the same for both authors and attendees. The conference language is German and English. Therefore, contributions in English or German can be handed in and be presented.
Important note: The conference management system is only available in German language. If you have any problems with your submission, please feel free to contact us!
The publication format for the track Entertainment Interfaces is the ACM SIGCHI format. All papers – except the papers published in the Journal of Entertainment Computing (see below) – will be published in the proceedings.
Collaboration with the Journal of Entertainment Computing
Selected English papers will be invited to a publication in one of the upcoming issues of the Journal of Entertainment Computing.
Authors submit via the conference tool. Reviews and the selection of the best papers will be done in the conference tool and selected papers are invited to upload the corrected version to the Elsevier system. Please note that these selected papers for the journal will not be published in the online conference proceedings. In addition, only English papers can be selected for the journal.
The following types of contributions will be available for the Entertainment Interfaces Track:
Regular written papers (6 to 10 pages) will present research results or practical experiences and will be peer-reviewed and published in the proceedings.
Call for Demonstrations
Demonstrations can be in the form of a live demonstration of a system or tool and should be explained in a short description (up to 4 pages). The contributions will be peer-reviewed and published in the proceedings.
Posters offer the possibility to present research findings or practical examples and will be shown in interactive poster sessions. Posters offer also the possibility to present ongoing research. Next to the poster a short description (up to 4 pages) is needed. The poster contributions will be peer-reviewed and published in the proceedings.
Call for Workshops
The Entertainment Interfaces track will offer a series of workshops at the 12th of September to cover innovative topics in the area of interactive entertainment. We invite you to submit workshop proposals (up to 4 pages) to pioneer new areas of research and application.