Who should attend?
Call for submissions
Submission and review
Information regarding registration, logistics, and keynote speakers will be available soon.
Call for submissions
Full papers are expected to contribute widely applicable long-lasting knowledge to the discipline. Accepted papers will be presented in the conference program and published in the proceedings. If you wish, an accompanying demonstration can be also presented in a poster/demonstration session. The paper length is a maximum of 12 pages (approximately 4,000 words plus figures and tables) in the specified format.
Unlike previous D&E conferences that asked for an extended abstract as the first submission, starting this year, the first submission requires a full paper.
Posters are short papers of research presented in a form of A0 size (841mm wide x 1189mm high) poster in the interactive poster session of the conference. Demonstrations of the work are welcome in the session. The paper length should be a maximum of 5 pages (approximately 2,000 words plus figures and tables) and an additional page containing a full page image of the poster in the specified format for the publication in the conference proceedings. The first submission requires a short paper manuscript without the poster page.
Design cases are invited for submission to present your projects and your company's design projects that address issues and insights in design and emotion, communicate and discuss your approach to enhance emotional effects. Your case will contribute to the accumulation of experience and sharing of knowledge in the field of design and emotion. Design case submissions must include a summary description in a maximum of 4 pages (approximately 2,000 words) in the specified format and a maximum of 30 slides illustrating the design, design process and use. Summaries of accepted design cases will be published in the conference proceedings.
We invite researchers and practitioners to submit proposals for workshops. Workshops will be held on October 4, 2010 prior to the main program of the conference. The purpose is to provide a platform for presenting novel ideas in a less formal and possibly more focused way than the conference itself. The format of each workshop is to be determined by the organizers, but each workshop is expected to include ample time for general discussion. A workshop proposal should include:
- The name of the workshop and the sponsoring organization.
- A workshop position paper outlining the background issues, workshop goal and approach (a maximum of 1,200 words). If accepted in the first review, the submission for the second review must include a position paper (a maximum of 4 pages, approximately 1,500 words)
- The names, affiliations, and contact information of the organizers.
- The intended number of attendees (maximum and minimum).
- The planned length of the workshop (half day – 3 hours or full day – 6 hours).
Submission and review process
Submission and review processes will be handled by our conference system. All submissions will have a double blind review process with at least two reviewers. Submissions accepted in the first review will receive reviewers’ comments for necessary revisions for the second submission. All submissions accepted in the second review will be asked to submit the final manuscripts in the camera-ready format. The detailed authoring guideline will become available at a later date on the conference website.