We cordially invite you to submit your contribution to the demo track of ICHI 2017. The demo track provides an excellent platform for researchers, practitioners, and commercial/industrial/non-profit institutions to showcase their latest innovative healthcare informatics systems or applications. The demo program will be featured prominently in the conference.
The demo review process will look for practical uses of technology and also for a “Wow!” factor in all submissions. We encourage the description of prototypes as long as they clearly present a coherent, end-to-end view of what the application might become once it gets deployed in production.
The typical submission should include a demo paper and can optionally include a demo video, whose URL should be referred to in the textual demo description for reviewers to take into consideration when evaluating the submission. Note that the demo paper should differ from regular papers in several important aspects. First, it should clearly describe the overall architecture of the system or technology demonstrated. Second, the paper should put great emphasis on the motivation of the work, on the applications of the presented system or technology, and on the novelty of the work. Third, the paper should clearly describe the demo scenario. In particular, it should detail how the audience can interact with the proposed system, to better understand the underlying technology. For demos running over the web, a back-up scenario should be described, in case connectivity is limited at the demo venue.
All topics described in the Conference Topics are eligible for demo track submissions. The demo paper must adhere to the IEEE Proceedings Format available here for LaTex and Word (please, be sure to use the template’s conference mode, see template documentation for details).
We cordially invite you to submit your contribution to the Poster track of ICHI 2017. The poster track offers an opportunity for health informatics practitioners and researchers to present their work as a poster presentation at the ICHI conference.
The poster track will generally feature work in progress, preliminary results of more substantial research efforts, or late-breaking results. The poster review process will look at the relevance of the work to ICHI, its potential for discussion at the poster session, and its perceived overall quality.
Submission should be a one-page extended abstract describing the work. All topics described in the Conference Topics are eligible for poster track submissions. The poster abstract must adhere to the IEEE Proceedings Format available here for LaTex and Word (please, be sure to use the template’s conference mode, see template documentation for details).
Submission and Reviewing
Demo and poster proposals should be submitted electronically by email to the Demo and Poster Chair. Reviewing will be done by the Demo and Poster Chair and independent reviewers as needed. Acceptance will be based on the criteria outlined above.
Demo and poster submission deadline: 10 June 2017, 11:59 om MDT
Notification of acceptance: 20 June 2017
Camera-ready copy due: 30 June 2017