We invite papers in all areas of Human-Computer Interaction, and welcome the submission of papers that advances theory, methodology, technology or practice of relevance to Human-Computer Interaction research. Submitted work must be original and not accepted for publication or published elsewhere.
We welcome both longer papers that require more space to present their contribution, and short papers that present significant advances concisely. Since pictorials is not a separate submission category for NordiCHI 2024, submissions that rely extensively on visual communication are also welcome.
The theme of the NordiCHI 2024 conference is live. We live in a world which is increasingly divided, and the theme inspires us to think about how distances as well as diversities can be bridged. The theme inspires us to think about the changing and diverse living conditions for us as researchers, for IT users, and diverse communities around the globe, and it encourages us to explore complex issues related to sustainability and the living conditions for not just humans but entire ecologies. We encourage authors to submit research papers that broadly contribute to the theme of live within HCI research, but we welcome a broad range of topics in the general HCI scope, including research contributions that have as their primary aim to instill reflection, provoke discussion, and build bridges across schools of thinking.
Submission Instructions and Schedule
Submissions should use the ACM master article template in single-column format, Templates and instructions for submission are found here.
- Abstracts and meta-data: April 19th 2024
- Papers deadline: April 26th 2024
- Author notification: July 1st 2024
- Camera-ready deadline for accepted work: August 15th 2024
Research papers are subject to a double-blind peer review process. Submissions in the research paper category must be appropriately anonymized to conceal the authors’ identities and institutions, see submission instructions for details.
Submitted contributions will be peer reviewed by 2 external reviewers and the 2AC from the program committee. Note that notifications are final, there is no second review cycle or rebuttal process in place.
For readability reasons, the maximum length is restricted to 10000 words not including references. Note that the length of a submission should reflect its contribution, and that shorter submissions are welcome.
Accepted submissions to the NordiCHI paper track are considered archival and made available through the ACM digital library.
Upon acceptance, you will be invited to present your case study at the conference. Onsite, we can generally provide a projector and screen. Additional technical requirements must be discussed with the chairs. It is also possible to present papers as part of the NordiCHI’24 online program. Presenters must register for the NordiCHI 2024 conference.
Mikael B. Skov
Laia Turmo Vidal
For practical questions please contact Academic Conferences.
Phone: +46 18 671003
April 19, 2024
Submission deadline for Full paper abstract submission
April 26, 2024
Submission deadline for Full papers, Case studies, Critiques, Panel
May 3, 2024
Submission deadline for Workshop and Tutorial proposals
May 17, 2024
Author notification for Workshops and Tutorials
June 1, 2024
Deadline for Demos and Late-Breaking Work submissions
July 1, 2024
Author notification for Full papers, Case studies, Critiques, Demos, Doctoral Consortium, Panels and Late-breaking work
August 15, 2024
Camera-ready deadline for all accepted work
August 20, 2024
Deadline for early bird registration