Camera ready manuscripts

So, you've had a paper accepted to CHI? Congratulations! Thanks to your achievement, you now have more work to do.

While completing a camera-ready draft is substantially less effort than your initial submission, I always find it takes more effort than you might think. This guide helps you plan for this work. While I focus on the process for CHI (or other ACM SIGCHI venues, like UIST), this process should apply to other venues and will be updated for IEEE conferences (e.g., Haptics Symposium and World Haptics) in the future.

"Conditionally Accepted" means Accepted

Information for new students

Welcome to the Haptic Computing Lab!

There are a few administrative steps that all new members need to complete to get set up in the lab and begin their research. If you have any questions, please contact Oliver.