Call for contributions

Important dates (23:59, AoE)

Long and short papers: 

Posters and Demo papers: 

Doctoral Consortium papers:

Tutorial proposals: 

Workshop proposals: 

Submission webpage:


All the papers mentioned, i.e., long and short research papers, posters, and demos, require online submission. Authors must format submissions according to the ACM SIGCONF template. Please find the templates below:

The required format is double-column.

Long and short papers must be anonymized, removing information (such as authorship, acknowledgments, name of an application, or software, or project) that can suggest the authors' identity. Citation to authors' previous work should not be anonymous and should be in third person in the text, e.g., "As described by [10]" and not "As described in our previous work [10]". 

Papers must be submitted online on EasyChair

Authors are required to send a 250-word abstract by the abstract deadline, one week before final submission, to speed up the paper assignment to reviewers.


Accepted full and short research papers, poster papers, demo papers, and workshop descriptions will appear in the Proceedings published by ACM Press. They will be available in the ACM Digital Library. For each accepted paper, at least one author must register to AVI 2024 by the early registration deadline for authors and present the paper at the Conference.

Long and Short Research Papers

We solicit high-quality original research papers in the area of advanced visual interfaces and Human-Computer Interaction in general. All submissions will be peer-reviewed by an international panel of experts. 

Accepted long and short research papers will be included in the Proceedings published by ACM Press and available in the ACM Digital Library. 

Long and Short papers are publications that address AVI 2024 topics and describe original, unpublished research. Submissions must be anonymized.

All ACM proceedings are published in a 2 column formatted output.

Poster Papers

The AVI 2024 Poster Track allows researchers and practitioners to present their work in progress and obtain precious feedback from their peers in an informal setting.

Poster submissions must be up to 2 pages (with one additional page for references), not anonymized.

Demo Papers 

The demo track is intended to provide a forum to showcase innovative implementations, systems and technologies demonstrating new ideas about interactive visual interfaces. We are looking for implementations of novel and exciting concepts or systems related to the main topics of AVI.

Demo papers must be up to 2 pages (with one additional page for references), not anonymized.


We invite proposals for workshops that will facilitate the exchange of new ideas in all areas related to advanced visual interfaces and Human-Computer Interaction. We invite organizers to propose either half-day or one-day long workshops.


We encourage the proposal of tutorials on specific topics related to AVI and general HCI approaches, methodologies, or technologies.

Doctoral Consortium

The goal of the Doctoral Consortium is to provide a setting for PhD students to present their work and receive feedback on their doctoral research plan and progress. Students will be offered the opportunity to articulate and discuss their problem statement, goals, methods, and results. The Doctoral Consortium also aims at providing students with guidance on various aspects of their research from established researchers and the other students participating in the sessions. Finally, the Doctoral Consortium seeks to motivate students in the development of their scientific curiosity and facilitate their networking within the research community.