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Contributions to ICCHP-AAATE

Please be aware of key dates and contribution deadlines and the glossary of topics related to the conference

On this page, you find information on the different possible contributions you might want to hand in for ICCHP-AAATE 2022 and their respective rules, deadlines and guidelines:

I. Science, Research and Engineering Contributions, STS [up]

  • Scientific papers will be peer-reviewed by the Scientific Committee for presentation at the conference and for publication.
  • We invite experts to organise Special Thematic Sessions (STS) for For Science, Research and Engineering contributions.
  • This ensures a comprehensive and focussed discussing and very particular domains. For further information and already announced Special Thematic Sessions, please check STS.
  • Scientific Contributions accepted for publication and presented at the conference are invited to submit an elaborated and extended version of their work to a Special Issue of the AAATE Journal “Technology & Disability dedicated to ICCHP-AAATE contributions. Details will be published asap on the ICCHP-AAATE web page and on the Journal page.

Publication Options

  1. Springer Science, Research and Engineering Proceedings (Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science series - LNCS)
  2. Open Access Compendium “Advancements in Assistive Technology, Accessibility and Inclusion” (DOI referenced)
    PLEASE NOTE:These two options have different target readers and deadlines for the submission of abstracts and full papers.
  3. The Book of Abstracts collects descriptions and abstracts of all contributions to the conference. It will provide a comprehensive guide through the program, an overview to the activities in the field and an efficient means for dissemination and information.
  4. ICCHP-AAATE will also consider Presentation Only Contributions ("no publication"). Please get in touch with the conference organisers or session chairs well in advance with a short outline of your presentation in case you consider this option!

II. Inclusion Forum Contributions [up]

Inclusion Forum Contributions comprise contributions in different formats which will be reviewed and selected by the Program Committee:

  • Workshops, seminars, tutorials/educational sessions with you as facilitator/conductor/trainer
  • Policy Sessions with panel discussions and/or consensus building sessions guided by yourself and your colleagues
  • Posters, project, product and service exhibitions, presentations and demonstrations
  • Meetings in open or closed (invited only) format

Publication Options

  1. The Book of Abstracts collects descriptions and abstracts of all contributions to the conference. It will provide a comprehensive guide through the program, an overview to the activities in the field and an efficient means for dissemination and information.
  2. ICCHP-AAATE will also consider Presentation Only Contributions ("no publication"). Please get in touch with the conference organisers well in advance with a short outline of your presentation in case you consider this option!

For further information please check here: Inclusion Forum.

III. Young Researchers' Consortium Contributions [up]

Young Researchers’ Consortium Contributions are peer reviewed by our Young Researchers Committee.

Publication Options

  1. Young researchers are encouraged to submit a paper for publication in LNCS or in our Open Access Compendium.
  2. The Book of Abstracts collects descriptions and abstracts of all contributions to the conference. It will provide a comprehensive guide through the program, an overview to the activities in the field and an efficient means for dissemination and information.

For further information please check here: YRC.

IV. Awards [up]

Also in 2022, ICCHP and AAATE accept nominations of outstanding institutions, groups and individuals in the area of Accessibility and Assistive Technologies for the ICCHP and AAATE awards 2022.
Find more information on former awardees, history and nomination procedures here: Awards