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Student Design Consortium

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Submissions of Design Projects are invited as part of Student Design Consortium (SDC) track. SDC submissions may address any area of HCI, including those identified in the conference topics.

The final list of accepted SDC entries is now available online.

View final SDC entries

Submissions should report original work and must not have been published, archived or showcased previously.

Students can submit their classroom projects, thesis projects or personal projects. All submissions will be peer-reviewed by an international panel of experts. As part of the review process students will receive invaluable feedback from the reviewers, and will get a chance to showcase as representative student work during the conference.

Quick Info

Submission
June 27, 2017
Notification
July 28, 2017
Camera-Ready
August 4, 2017
Co-Chairs
Abhishek Shrivastava, Prashant Sachan
E-mail
sdc[at]interact2017[dot]org
No. of pages
Max. 4 pages
Anonymous
No
Proceedings
No
Submission Link

Eligibility

Currently enrolled students, and recent graduates in calendar year 2017 at undergraduate or master’s level with background in Interaction Design or HCI, Industrial and Product Design, Visual Communication, Architecture (and others) are eligible to submit for this track.

Eligible students can make submissions as individuals or as groups of not more than 5 members. Students from different educational institutes can co-author their group submissions.

Mentors to design projects including faculty members and professionals, if any, are not eligible as authors to this track. However, they should be acknowledged separately, wherever needed.

Submission Details

A 4-5 page paper submission in the Springer LNCS Format. Submissions with an accompanying video, which communicates your work, are highly encouraged. The video can be of any length, up to a maximum of 5 minutes, with a file size of less than 90 MB.

All submissions must be made using the conference submission system (PCS).