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Doctoral Symposium






Doctoral Symposium

Doctoral Symposium

The ITS Doctoral Symposium is a forum in which Ph.D. students can meet and discuss their work with each other and a panel of experienced Tabletop researchers in an informal and interactive setting. We will give preference to applicants beyond the proposal stage and well into their dissertation research. Each applicant should provide a short written paper (no more than four pages in normal ACM format). This paper should describe ongoing work and might summarize the student's full dissertation work, or highlight a particular part in depth. In addition, each student is asked to present a poster describing his or her work to the full conference. Doctoral Symposium papers will be published in the ITS conference companion distributed at the conference. Doctoral Symposium will take place at the conference venue on Sunday, November 7th 2010 (for accepted authors only!).

Accepted Proposals

Multi-touch Table User Interfaces for Co-located Collaborative Software Visualization
Anslow, Craig

Performance Animation of 3D Content on Multi-touch Interactive Surfaces
Walther-Franks, Benjamin

Analyzing Visual Attention for Designing Distributed Interaction Spaces Across Mobile Phones and Large Displays
Rashid, Umar

Using a Mobile Phone to Improve the Usability of Tabletop Computers
McAdam, Christopher

Interscopic Multi-Touch Environments
Valkov, Dimitar

Applying Proxemics to Mediate People's Interaction with Devices in Ubiquitous Computing Ecologies
Marquardt, Nicolai

Tailoring Multitouch Interfaces for Musical Control
O Sullivan, Liam

Submission Details

  • 4 pages, ACM format
  • Submission deadline: September 6, 2010, 5pm pacific time (PT)
  • Notification date: September 20th, 2010
  • Camera ready papers due: October 1, 2010 (updated)
  • The conference submission system is located at:

Submissions should NOT be anonymized.

Doctoral symposium submissions should be in ACM format, which is described on the papers and notes page. As in the templates, each submission should include an abstract, ACM classification, general terms, keywords, references, and the copyright section on the bottom left of the first page.

Patrick Baudisch Hrvoje Benko

Doctoral Symposium Chairs

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