Interact 2011

Instructions for Presenting Authors

Each communication appearing in the INTERACT 2011 technical program must have at least one of the authors registered to attend the venue and be presented by a registered author at the Conference. This registration must be completed by the early-bird deadline to have the paper included in the Springer LNCS proceedings.

Full and Short Papers
Presentation of full papers should happen within a 30 minutes slot and those of short papers in a 15 minutes slot. This includes time required for introduction of the speaker, as well as time for questions from the audience. Authors are recommended to prepare 20 minutes presentations for long papers and 10 minutes for short papers.  

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Poster Presentations and Demo Session
Each paper in a poster session will be provided with a board to hold poster with size A0 (84,1cm x 118,9 cm or 33.11in x 46.81in). Each work in a demo session will be provided with a desk to hold a computer or any other equipment needed for the demo. In both cases no summaries will be given at start of the sessions. Therefore, authors do not need to prepare slides but are expected to be available in front of the poster/demo during the session.

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Special Interest Group Discussions (SIGs)
Accepted SIGs will have a scheduled session (90m) at the conference. There will be AV media available and the rooms will have seating capacity for 60-80 people.

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Organizational Overviews
Presentation of organizational overviews papers will include a 5-10 minutes presentation and 5 minutes for discussion. The session will start with welcome and introduction of the participants, followed by the paper presentations, and will conclude with a wrap-up and summarization.

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IST Universidade Aberta PT Turismo de Lisboa IBM Research FCCN


    September 7th to 9th, 2011

Workshops and Tutorials
    September 5th and 6th, 2011

Early-bird registration
    July 15th, 2011

Short paper submission

    April 7th, 2011

Full paper submission

    January 24th, 2011 (paper)

    January 10th, 2011 (abstract)

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