Update: Posters deadline extended to Monday, Oct. 26. Submissions must be made by end-of-day, 23:59 IDLW (UTC-12). IDLW stands for International Date Line West, which is the last time zone on Earth. Submissions are made on ourConfTool submission site.
iConference poster sessions provide an opportunity for present and future thought-leaders to display and discuss their research with key members of the information field. We welcome submissions of posters presenting new work, preliminary results and designs, or educational projects.
Initial submissions (due Monday, Oct. 5) may be up to 2,500 words in length (excluding references), following the Springer LNCS template. The LNCS template is used for consistency; please note that posters will be deposited into the IDEALS open repository and will not be published by Springer.
First submissions will be double-blind reviewed, so all author-identifying information must be excluded from this version. The poster chairs will announce their decisions in mid-November based on reviews. Authors of accepted posters next submit a final abstract for inclusion in the conference’s official proceedings; this version must include author-identifying information. The posters proceedings will be permanently housed in the IDEALS open repository.
Finally, authors will produce their posters for presentation. Authors may design their presentation poster however they wish, so long as it fits within the available space (i.e. what the display space can accommodate). Poster dimensions will be announced at a later date.
iConference 2021 will take place entirely virtually. The hybrid in-person option is rescinded. All authors should plan for remote presentation.
Complete submission information can be found on our Author Instructions Page.
For more information and inspiration, we encourage you to review the official proceedings of past iConferences.
The following is a brief summary. Poster authors should also familiarize themselves with the detailed requirements and guidelines on our Author Instructions Page. All poster abstracts must follow Springer’s prescribed LNCS format. Abstracts can be up to 2,500 words in length (excluding references).
Submissions can now be made using the ConfTool submission system. Submissions must be in English.
Submitters agree that if their work is accepted, at least one author/presenter will register during the Early Bird registration period. We reserve the right to withhold publication if there is no registered presenter.
Failure to adhere to the appropriate guidelines on our Author Instructions Page may result in the work not being reviewed, or not included in the proceedings.
Questions about posters submissions should be directed posters co-chairs listed above.
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Papers PublisherAccepted papers will be published in Springer’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science
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