Posters & Demos

The virtual posters session is a forum for presentation and discussion of work in progress, in initial or intermediate stage of development, and thus with no solid results yet, though relevant to the HCI field and the event. The demo's session consists of an exhibition of digital interactive systems of various kinds, whether deployed or under development, with HCI relevance and related (but not restricted) to: new design solutions; digital art installations; new graphic and interaction styles; smart environments; Internet of Things solutions, among others. For both categories (posters and demos), we welcome submissions from authors who wish to receive constructive feedback from active members from the Brazilian HCI community.


Posters and demos submissions must be anonymous, must not exceed 2 pages in length and must adhere to the 2017 ACM Master article (SIGCHI) template. MS Word users should use the Interim layout.docx template and LaTex users should follow the sample-sigchi.tex template. Submissions must be made electronically, in PDF format, using the JEMS system.

Submissions should contain:
  • State the contribution and originality of your work clearly and explicitly: What is the problem? How does your approach help? Why is it better than other available approaches?
  • Focus on the contribution of your work rather than the background, including just enough background to make clear how your work differs from significant prior research;
  • Posters and demos abstracts may be chosen based on either the significance of the problem or the originality of your approach.
Demos, besides the items listed above, should contain:
  • Description of the system and its scientific and/or technological contribution, including impacts in human-computer interaction and society;
  • On a separate page, describe information for operation of the demonstration, such as necessary space, devices used, interaction with the public etc.

Review Process

Each submission will be reviewed by at least two HCI researchers. In case of disparity and inconsistency between reviews, a third researcher will be invited to carry out the evaluation. A meta review process may also support the final coordination decision. For the papers accepted, authors should consider reviewers' comments to prepare the final version of the document.

Presentation and Publication

The accepted papers will be published in the Extended Proceedings of IHC 2019. At least one of the authors of accepted posters or demos must register to conference and present his/her work at a collective and interactive exhibition session. Virtual posters and demos will be presented in video format in a technical session for discussion with participants. The demos will also be presented to the participants in a space designated by the organization of the event. Information about procedures, recommendations and available resources will be sent later on to the authors.

Important dates

  • Submission deadline for proposals: Jul 2nd, 2019 Jun 24th, 2019
  • Notification of results: Aug 7th, 2019 Jul 31st, 2019 Jul 22nd, 2019
  • Guidelines for production of videos: Aug 26th, 2019
  • Submission of final videos and demos: Sep 13th, 2019


  • Kamila Rios (UFSCar) -
  • Raquel Chebabi (IBM Research) -


  • André da Silva
  • Andre Freire
  • Anna Marques
  • Artur Kronbauer
  • Bruna da Cunha
  • Cecilia Peixoto
  • Celso Santos
  • Cesar Collazos
  • Claudia Cappelli
  • Daniel Alves
  • Diego Zabot
  • Eduardo Tanaka
  • Emanuel Coutinho
  • Emerson Paraiso
  • Heitor Costa
  • Ildevana Poltronieri
  • Isabela Gasparini
  • José Viterbo
  • Luciana Salgado
  • Luiz Afonso
  • Marcos Seruffo
  • Raquel Chebabi
  • Raquel Pillar
  • Ricardo Caceffo
  • Sandra Rodrigues
  • Sandro Silva
  • Vagner Santana
  • Valeria Rosa
  • Vinicius Pereira