Poster and Demo submission

Deadline (23:59, AoE) for both Posters and Demo:

POSTER Submission instructions

Posters must be up to 2 pages (+1 for references), not anonymized.

Note: Page length refers to the two-column layout.

All submissions must be formatted according to the ACM SIG format:

Updated Word template (recommended for submission, mandatory for camera-ready): 

Since the new Word template is single-column, please use Word’s functionality to switch to a 2 column paper and it will automatically reformat to see page length.


Submission webpage:


DEMO submissions instructions

Demo papers must be up to 2 pages (+1 for references), not anonymized. 

Demo submissions need to be complemented by a document that describes technical requirements  following this TEMPLATE.

Videos and auxiliary materials. Authors are allowed to upload auxiliary materials and short videos that do not exceed 2 minutes. Note, however, that papers should be self-contained, in the sense that they can be read and understood without any auxiliary material. 

Submitted papers must be formatted according to the ACM SIG format:

Technical requirements for demo proposals must be formatted using the TEMPLATE above. 

Submission webpage:


Poster papers

The Poster Track provides researchers and practitioners with the opportunity of presenting contributions which are work-in-progress and obtaining precious feedback from their peers in an informal setting.

Demo papers

Demo papers refer to something that can be shown to demonstrate a completed or ongoing research effort. 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.

We are especially keen to welcome innovative demonstrations from industry and startups that are closely aligned with the conference core themes. We encourage the emergent innovators interested to demonstrate their solutions even at an early stage of development to submit the papers to this call.

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to) the following: