Call for Industrial Perspectives

Important Dates

  • Submission on PCS: 25 July 2020 23:59 anywhere on earth
  • Notification: 15 August, 2020
  • Camera Ready: 19 August , 2020

Tell us about the real-world experiences

The Industrial Perspectives track is targeted towards practitioners and professionals working in the field of mobile HCI. We seek for case studies, and other proposals showcasing what HCI professionals work, research and practical challenges are in the industry in any of the areas listed in the call for papers.

Submission Deadline
July 2020
everywhere on earth

Preparing the Submission

Industrial Proposals can be submitted in a paper format, as videos or descriptions of demos.

Paper proposals can be up to a length of 10 pages in the SIGCHI extended abstract format.

The videos and demos must be accompanied with 2 – 4-page description. The form of the presentation at the conference will depend on the proposal: it can be a standard presentation for a case study, or it can be a video, demonstration of an application or process.

We welcome submissions that are designed with an interdisciplinary mobile HCI audience in mind. Proposals should NOT be anonymized and must contain an abstract with less than 150 words that clearly state the proposal’s contribution. In addition to the abstract, remember to tell why the case study, video or demo would be valuable for a wider audience with industry and academic practitioners.

More Information

All submissions will be reviewed by peers having experience working both in industry and academia. The focus in review will be on general interest for the audience and how well the presentation enlightens industry realities, rather than strict academic criteria. All submissions will remain confidential during the review process.

Accepted proposals will be included in the ACM Digital Library as part of the MobileHCI 2020 Adjunct Proceedings. The authors will have the opportunity to present their work during the conference during dedicated industry perspectives sessions. Upon acceptance, you have to present your work at the conference. At least one author of each proposal must register by the early registration deadline.

For any additional questions, feel free to ask questions from Industrial Perspective chairs.

Please contact with any questions

We are looking forward to your submissions!