|Notification of acceptance||November 20, 2023 AoE|
|Camera-ready deadline||December 4, 2023, AoE|
TEI 2024 conference
|February 11-14, 2024|
Studios at TEI 2024
Hello and welcome to TEI 2024 Studio track. We invite proposals for one-day Studio activities, which will take place on Sunday February 11, hosted at T.B.A.
Studios are a format unique to the TEI conference, providing researchers the opportunity to deeply engage with the materials, methods and processes used in their research. Traditionally, studios provide hands-on experiences during which participants are introduced to new technologies, materials, prototypes, design approaches, et cetera.
2024 marks the 18th anniversary of the TEI conference. We also want to encourage authors to consider Studios that act as a platform for examining theory and methodology related to tangible, embodied and embedded interaction. We invite researchers from all career stages to discuss and develop a specific topic of relevance to the TEI community. These Studio proposals should contain a clear theoretical grounding around a problem or opportunity, describe a plan for applied engagement with the topic, and highlight how the outcome will provide important insights for TEI researchers and practitioners. Proposals need to clearly specify how such Studio results will be communicated and archived. Please contact studio chairs for discussing dissemination options at the conference.
For reference, you can check the 2023 accepted Studios here!
Studio proposals are considered non-archival publications, which means that copyright automatically remains with the authors. Accepted proposals will, however, be made available through the ACM Digital Library.
At least one author of each accepted Studio submission must register for the conference and the studio before the early registration deadline, for the Studio to be included in the conference program and the final submission to be published in the conference proceedings. Studio organisers are expected to recruit participants themselves. A minimum number of registered participants will be required for a Studio to take place. All participants will need to register for the Studio they are attending.
We intend for the Studios to be as accessible as possible and will present alternative registration options for organisers as time progresses. If you intend to submit a proposal and are not funded by a university, feel free to contact us to discuss participation options.
A Studio proposal consists of two documents: a description document and a logistics document. The submission document should be formatted according to the new ACM “Review Submission Format”. The logistics document should be formatted so as to best communicate the organisers’ intent for the Studio.
DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT STUDIOS: 2000 WORDS MAXIMUM, EXCLUDING REFERENCES
A successful proposal should include the following sections:
- Detailed proposal description
- Grounding in theory
- Materials to be explored
- Learning Goals
- Supporting documents/figures/materials
LOGISTICS DOCUMENT: 2000 WORDS MAXIMUM
Please make sure to address the following points:
- Event organiser bio(s)
- Proposed schedule (including detailed timeline)
- Bill of materials (as needed)
- Estimated budget (if needed)
- Technical Requirements (equipment and space conditions)
- Plans for dissemination of studio results (website, online documentation, publications, etc).
- Participant recruitment strategy (consider online/offline strategies)
- A draft ‘Call for Participation’ (excluded from word count)
All proposals must be submitted electronically via the Precision Conference (PCS) website. The track will open for submissions in July 2023.
Confidentiality of submissions will be maintained during the review process. All rejected submissions will be kept confidential in perpetuity. All submitted materials for accepted submissions will be kept confidential until the start of the conference.
At least one author of each accepted Studio submission must register for the conference and the studio before the early registration deadline, for the Studio to be included in the conference program and the final submission to be published in the conference proceedings.
Rohit Ashok Khot, HAFP Research Lab, RMIT University, Australia
Bettina Nissen, Institute for Design Informatics, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Joey Campbell, Munster Technological University, Ireland
For further questions please contact the Studio chairs at email@example.com