Call for ACM IUI 2015 Tutorial Proposals

To be presented at the
20th ACM Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI’15)
Atlanta, USA
March 29 - April 1, 2015

Deadline: September 12, 2014
Notification: October 15, 2014

Ben Steichen, University of British Columbia
Nava Tintarev, University of Aberdeen

IUI 2015 is pleased to invite tutorial proposals. Tutorials offer the
community an opportunity to learn about the state-of-the-art concepts and
techniques and allow the presenters to share their expertise. We invite
proposals from active researchers and experienced presenters. Ideally, a
tutorial will cover the state-of-the-art research and development in a
specific area strongly related to IUI. Tutorials on interdisciplinary
areas, novel or fast growing directions, and significant practical
applications are also encouraged.
Each accepted tutorial will receive one free IUI’15 registration.

Submission Guidelines and Notes
The proposals should be PDF documents not exceeding 3 pages, submitted by
e-mail to the tutorial chairs at:
We encourage prospective presenters to contact the tutorial chairs in
advance and discuss their tutorial ideas.

Each tutorial proposal should provide the following information:

- Name and title: Your name, the tutorial title and the expected length of
your tutorial (up to half a day)
- Description of tutorial topic and goal: Detailed outline of the
tutorial, along with descriptions of the objectives, its relevance to IUI,
benefits to the attendees, and course materials/handouts (links to online
materials encouraged).
- Organizers: Name, email address, and affiliation of each presenter. Note
that each listed presenter must register for the conference and be present
at the tutorial.
- Target audience and prerequisites: Target audience level (introductory,
intermediate, advanced) and prerequisite knowledge or skills.
- Experience: Tutors’ short bios and their expertise related to the
tutorial, including history of previously given tutorials.
- Equipment and software requirement: please list any that will be needed.

Dr. Ben Steichen
University of British Columbia

Received on Thursday, 17 July 2014 19:25:59 UTC