There will be two types of oral presentations at ICMI 2016, corresponding to long and short papers presented in the oral sessions:
Long paper presentations : 25 minutes including discussion
Short paper presentations : 15 minutes including discussion
The projector resolution is 1920x1200. Both 16:9 and 4:3 slides are acceptable. All presenters need to verify that their presentation equipment works properly by contacting their session chair during the break preceding the session. Any extra time taken to connect equipment is included in the speaking time.
Poster Presentation Instructions
The size of a poster board is W900mm x H2100mm. So, we recommend the authors to prepare an A0 size (841mm x 1189mm) poster in portrait orientation.
ICMI welcomes high-quality submissions on theoretical and empirical foundations, component technologies, and combined multimodal processing techniques that define the field of multimodal interaction analysis, interface design, and system development. There are two different submission categories:
Long paper :The maximum length is 8 pages in the two-column ACM conference format (including the references). An accompanying demonstration can be presented during the demo session (see Demonstration section). Accepted long papers will be presented as either a long talk or a poster.
Short paper :The maximum length is 4 pages in the two-column ACM conference format. An additional page can be used for references. Accepted short papers will be presented as either a short talk or a poster.
There will be a mixture of oral presentations and poster presentations at the conference. The decision of a poster or an oral presentation will be made by the program committee. Please note that the main difference between short and long papers is in the size of contributions and not in the importance of the contributions. In other words, a paper in eight pages will be expected to have more contribution than one with four pages. Rejected long papers will not be considered for acceptance as short papers, unless the reviewers unanimously believe this is the right decision. Authors are asked to carefully consider the category of each submitted paper.
Papers submitted at ICMI 2016 must not have been published previously. A paper is considered to have been published previously if it has appeared in a peer-reviewed journal, magazine, book, or meeting proceedings that is reliably and permanently available afterward in print or electronic form to non-attendees, regardless of the language of that publication. A paper substantially similar in content to one submitted to ICMI 2016 should not be simultaneously under consideration for another conference or workshop.
The reviewing will be double blind, so submissions should be anonymous: do
not include the authors' names, affiliations or any clearly identifiable
information in the paper. It is appropriate to cite past work of the authors if
these citations are treated like any other (e.g., "Smith  approached
this problem by....") - omit references only if it would be obviously
identifying the authors. [Note: if a non-anonymous paper has already been
submitted, please re-submit with the identifying information removed.]
Submitted papers should conform to the ACM publication format. The results
described in the submission must not be under consideration for publication
elsewhere. For templates and examples follow the links:
Note that the ACM Categories & Subject Descriptors section and Author Keywords are mandatory to be included on the first page for your final version to appear in the proceedings and ACM Digital Library. As well, if your submission is accepted within the acceptance notification you will be notified of the updated ICMI'16 ACM copyright-permission text to update and include.
Authors take note: The official publication date is the date the proceedings are made available in the ACM Digital Library. This date may be up to two weeks prior to the start of ICMI. The official publication date affects the deadline for any patent filings related to published work.
During this period (from July 21st to July 25th, 2016), authors will be able to see the reviews and post a short rebuttal addressing any major misinterpretation or error. The rebuttal period will be followed by a discussion period between the reviewers and Senior Program Committee members (not visible to authors). Authors will be notified of the final decision on August 24th, 2016.
Authors of accepted papers will be required to sign an ACM copyright release.
AUTHORS TAKE NOTE: The official publication date is the date the proceedings are made available in the ACM Digital Library. This date may be up to two weeks prior to the first day of your conference. The official publication date affects the deadline for any patent filings related to published work. (For those rare conferences whose proceedings are published in the ACM Digital Library after the conference is over, the official publication date remains the first day of the conference.)