Deadline for Submissions approaching:
We are accepting submissions for iConference 2022, with posters due Oct. 4, 23:59 Pacific Midway (SST, GMT -11).
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. Submitted posters must be original work, not published elsewhere.
New this year, posters will be presented one-at-a-time in a series of individual presentations, similar to research paper presentations. Presentations will be virtual, and instructions will be provided in the acceptance notifications.
First submissions will consist of a proposed poster abstract. After reviews are complete, accepted authors will then create a final completed poster for presentation at the iConference (due Jan. 10, 2022). This final completed poster will be presented at the iConfernce and also deposited into the IDEALS open repository. This is a change from past practice, when only the initial abstract was archived.
A Best Poster Award will be given.
The following is a summary. All posters must adhere to the complete guidelines on our Author Instructions Page.
Length: Up to 2,500 words
Template: Springer LNCS template
Format: PDF for first submissions, Word or LaTex for final versions
Anonymization: Author-identifying elements must be excluded from first submissions to facilitate double-blind review.
Submission: First submissions can be uploaded to the ConfTool submission site starting in early summer.
Conditions: For accepted posters, we require that at least one co-author register during the Early Bird Registration period and present the work at iConference 2022. The organizers reserve the right to withhold publication if these conditions are not met.
Contact the chairs listed above with questions about this track.
Contact email@example.com regarding iConference 2022 in general.