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- will be added end of September 2023
For 35 years, ICCHP has been highlighting the role of technology, in particular digital technology, for independent living, participation and inclusion and improved services and support. Most importantly, the conference is open to all visionary ideas and future oriented thoughts supporting our mission, from all over the globe.
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ICCHP features different categories of contributions to accomodate the broad interdisciplinary diversity of disciplines and stakekoder groups. We are looking forward to welcoming your contribution to the following categories of contributions to the conference:
- Special Thematic Sessions (STS)
- I. Science, Research and Engineering
- II. Innovation Area
- III. Young Researchers' Consortium (YRC)
- IV. ICCHP-OCG Roland Wagner Awards
ICCHP invites expert, groups, projects or organisations to organise Special Thematic Sessions (STS). STSs allow a comprehensive, focussed and moderated publication and discussion in very particular domains.
More information and already announced Special Thematic Sessions: STS.
I. Science, Research and Engineering Contributions [up]
ICCHP provides two publishing options for scientific contributions to welcome and facilitate cross-disciplinary discussions and to address a diverse target audiences. Both options use different policies and formats. All scientific contributions will be peer-reviewed by the Scientific Committee for publication and presentation at the conference. Based on the topic and nature of your scientific contribution, please carefully select the right publication option:
- Springer Science, Research and Engineering Proceedings (Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science series - LNCS)
- Open Access Compendium (OAC) “Future Perspectives on Accessibility, AT and (e)Inclusion” (DOI referenced)
PLEASE NOTE: Both options have different target readers and deadlines for the submission of abstracts and full papers.
Apon request ICCHP will also consider Presentation Only Contributions ("no publication"). Please get in touch with the conference organisers well in advance with a short outline of your presentation in case you consider this option! Also consider using the Innovation Area for your contribution.
All accepted contributions will be included into the Book of Abstracts presenting short outlines as an informative guide for building your personal program and for dissemination.
Further Information and Guidelines: Science, Research and Engineering
II. Innovation Area [up]
The ICCHP Innovation Area comprises contributions in different formats with you / your organisation / team as facilitator / conductor / trainer. Proposals will be reviewed and selected by the Program Committee:
- other types of meetings (e.g. open or closed project meetings)
- exhibition of
- products and prototypes
Innovation Area contributions will be included into the Book of Abstracts presenting short outlines as an informative guide for building your personal program and for dissemination.
Further Information and Guidelines: Innovation Area
III. Young Researchers' Consortium (YRC) [up]
Young Researchers’ Consortium contributions are peer reviewed by the Young Researchers Committee. YRC contributors are also invited to use one one of the publication options LNCS or Open Access Compendium. Accepted contributions will be included into the Book of Abstracts presenting short outlines as an informative guide for building your personal program and for dissemination.
Further Information and Guidelines: YRC.
IV. ICCHP-OCG Roland Wagner Award [up]
ICCHP asks for nominations of outstanding individuals, institutions, groups and/or products/tools in the area of Accessibility, Assistive Technologies and tech-social Inclusion for the ICCHP-OCG Roland Wagner Award.
More on former awardees, history and nomination procedures: Award.