We invite researchers from various disciplines (e.g. human-computer interaction, user interfaces, graphics and visualization, geometry modeling, computational design, fabrication, and rapid prototyping) to submit to our workshop. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
The submissions can either be notes with a maximum length of four pages or full papers with a maximum length of six pages. We encourage submissions of research papers, work-in-progress papers with interesting preliminary results that can lead to more future work, and position papers. All submissions should be in the SIGCHI archival format (double column, PDF).
All submitted papers will be reviewed by at least two members of the program committee. The review process is a double blind review, so submissions must be anonymized. If authors would like to cite their previous research in their submissions, they should do so by referring to themselves in the third person. Submissions should not contain any proprietary or confidential information at the time of publication. Submitted papers cannot be previously published or be under simultaneous review for other conferences, journals, or workshops.
Accepted papers will be published in the ACM Digital Library and the UbiComp 2013 conference supplemental proceedings, if at least one of the authors registers for the conference and attends the workshop to present the paper.
All submissions should follow the UbiComp 2013 formatting guidelines. Templates are available on the UbiComp website.