Posters and Demonstrations

Call for papers

The virtual poster session is intended for presentations and discussions of work in progress, at an early or intermediate stage, with no consolidated results yet, but relevant to the HCI area and of interest to the event.

Attention: If your work already has consolidated results, or if it is about innovative research focused on the future in HCI, the correct Track for your submission is Innovative Ideas and Emerging Results.

In turn, the demos session is intended for the exhibition of interactive computer systems of the most varied types, underdevelopment or finalized, that are relevant to the HCI area, including, but not limited to: presentation of new design solutions, digital art installations, the conception of new styles of interaction, design solutions, intelligent environments, Internet of Things solutions, augmented and virtual reality, games, among others. In both sessions, submissions from authors seeking to receive constructive input from active members of the HCI community in Brazil are welcome.


Submissions must be anonymous, with a limit of 2 (two) pages, including references, following the ACM Proceedings Template. MS Word and LaTex users should use the respective template. Authors must submit their submissions electronically, through the JEMS system, in PDF format.

Works submitted as virtual posters are expected to contain:

  • Clearly and explicitly defining the contribution and originality of the work: What is the problem? How can your solution approach help? Why is your approach better than others out there?
  • Focus on the contribution of your work rather than the theoretical foundation, including just enough theoretical foundation to make clear how your work differs from existing research;
  • Virtual poster summaries and demos can be selected based on the significance of the problem or the originality of your solution approach.


For demonstrations, in addition to the items listed above, you must include:

  • Description of the system and its scientific and/or technological contribution, including social impacts and Human-Computer Interaction;
  • On a separate page (i.e., in addition to the two-page limit), describe information for operationalization of the demo, such as space required, devices authors intend to bring for demo, audience interaction, etc.

Review Process

Submissions will be reviewed by at least two researchers in the field. In case of disparity and inconsistency between opinions, a third researcher will be invited to carry out the evaluation. A meta-review process may also support the coordination’s final decision. If the submission is accepted, the authors should consider the reviewers’ comments to prepare the final version of the paper.

Presentation and Publication

Accepted papers will be published in the extended proceedings of IHC 2022, indexed in SBC OpenLib. At least one of the authors must register for the event and present the approved work in a collective and interactive exhibition. Unexcused absence from the presentation will result in the cancellation of publication. Virtual posters and demos will be presented in video format during coffee breaks for discussion with participants. The demos will also be presented to the participants in a space designated by the organization of the event. Information about the procedures, recommendations, and resources available at the event will be forwarded to the authors later.


Coming soon.


Saul Delabrida (UFOP) –
Sylvana Santos (IF Brasília) –

Important dates

Deadline for submission of proposals: 06/13/2022
Notification of results: 08/15/2022
Guidelines for the production of virtual posters and demos: 08/22/2022
Deadline for submission of posters and demos: 09/05/2022

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