The 10th ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems

19-22 June, 2018 - Paris, France


Overview of EICS Submissions Venues

EICS submission venues have been re-organized for the 2018 edition.


EICS papers are now published as articles in the Proceedings of the ACM on Human Computer Interaction (EICS series). Papers submissions still follow the normal conference review process, but this process is iterated multiple times per year. Submissions to this venue should present original and mature research work. High-quality, elaborated case studies and practice reports with generalizable findings will also be considered. There are no length restrictions on papers, nor any limit to the number of references that may be included. See Papers Submissions for more detail.

Tech Notes

EICS Tech Notes, introduced this year, are not journal articles that describe the full cycle of a research project (concept, implementation, evaluation, reflection), but are focused technical engineering research contributions. Tech Notes do not require a formal evaluation nor an in-depth reflection on related work, but can focus on very specific implementation details that are novel and interesting to the EICS community. See Tech Notes Submissions for more detail.

Late-Breaking Results

Late-Breaking Results and Demonstrations Papers describe preliminary results, ongoing work or demonstrate innovative approaches or systems that presents new ideas and concepts. LBR will be published in the conference's companion proceedings. Those proceedings will be available in the ACM DL. LBR will be presented at the conference as posters or demonstrations. See LBR Submissions for more detail.

Workshops & Tutorials

The Workshop and Tutorial submission process remains the same. See Workshops & Tutorials for more detail.

Doctoral Consortium

The Doctoral Consortium (DC) provides an opportunity for PhD students to present their research goals as well as intermediate results and to discuss them with leading experts in the field as well as with peers. See Doctoral Consortium Submissions for more detail.