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Call for Posters, Demos, and Videos

Building on the success of the previous PerDis events, we are pleased to announce the call for posters, demos, and video submissions. We invite material that reports on cutting-edge research in the broad spectrum of pervasive displays, from large interactive walls to wearable displays and immersive technologies, public installations to personalised signage, and theory through to deployment experiences.

The adjunct program presents an opportunity to publish late-breaking results, technical descriptions, installations, smaller research contributions, and works-in-progress in a concise format. PerDis 2020 welcomes posters, demonstrations and arts, as well as video submissions on all areas pertaining to displays including, but not limited to:

  • Applications

  • Content design and information visualisation

  • Evaluations, case studies, deployments and experience reports

  • Interfaces and interaction techniques

  • Novel technologies and new forms of pervasive displays

  • System architectures and infrastructure

  • Frameworks and toolkits for developing pervasive display applications

  • Research methods for pervasive displays

  • Media facades and architecture

  • Art installations

Submissions should consist of original work that has not been previously published or concurrently under consideration for any other conference, workshop, journal, or other publication with an ISBN, ISSN or DOI number (see the exception for demonstrations and arts). All material will be reviewed by an international panel of experts in the field of pervasive displays.

Posters, demonstrations and videos be submitted by April 3, 2020.  See here for more details.

Call for Papers

Digital displays have become pervasive to our everyday lives. They belong to our living and working environments and are relevant to many areas of research, including: advertising, architecture, art, computing, design, engineering, entertainment, human-computer interaction, retail, sociology, and urban life. The ACM International Symposium on Pervasive Displays is the premier venue for advances in research, technologies, and applications related to pervasive displays. We invite both academics and practitioners in this multi-disciplinary venue that allows discussion of challenges, innovations, and achievements from diverse perspectives in a single-track conference format. This year's conference aims to continue the tradition of innovation and excellence in research established by previous Pervasive Displays symposia - see here for more details on the submission process.

About PerDis 2020

The Ninth ACM International Symposium on Pervasive Displays (PerDis) will take place in Manchester, UK. PerDis brings together researchers from various disciplines with a common interest on the opportunities and challenges raised by the emergence of pervasive display systems as a new communication medium for public and semi-public spaces. As a targeted topic venue, Pervasive Displays offers participants a unique opportunity to network with a diverse but focused research community, resulting in an extremely lively event with all the energy and excitement that characterizes the emergence of a new research area. Previous symposia were organized by the Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italy (2019), University of Munich (LMU) Munich, Germany (2018), the Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) Lugano, Switzerland (2017), the University of Oulu, Finland (2016), the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) in Saarbrücken, Germany (2015), the University of Copenhagen in Denmark (2014), by Google in Mountain View, CA, USA (2013) and by the University of Minho in Porto, Portugal (2012).

The Symposium on Pervasive Displays welcomes work on all areas pertaining to digital displays including, but not limited to:

  • Applications
  • Novel technologies and new forms of pervasive displays
  • Interfaces and interaction techniques
  • Media façades and architecture
  • Content design and information visualisation
  • Research methods for pervasive displays
  • Art installations
  • Evaluations, case studies, deployments, and experience reports
  • Audience behaviour
  • Usable privacy for public displays
  • System architectures and infrastructure
  • Frameworks and toolkits for developing pervasive display applications