Organized as part of the IHM conference, the doctoral consortium are an opportunity for PhD students in Human-Computer Interaction to present their research work before a panel of experts in the field in a collegial atmosphere.
The objectives of this day are to :
This call concerns all doctoral research in the field of Human-Computer Interaction. Accepted submissions will be made available on the conference website.
Paper submissions for doctoral consortium should state the doctoral research question, its motivation, the expected contributions, the research methodology envisaged, and any preliminary, exploratory or advanced results contributing to the research question.
Submissions will be evaluated by the responsible persons and the following panel of experts (constituted according to the themes of the submissions):
The submission consists of an article (not anonymous) and a certificate from the thesis director confirming the thesis registration and its start date. The submission must be written in English or French on 2 to 4 pages, summarizing the doctoral research and describing the progress and prospects. Articles should respect the format of the proceedings.
Accepted submissions will result in a presentation followed by a question-and-answer period with the panel of researchers and participants. Accepted submissions will also be the subject of a poster, which will be presented during a session of the conference.
At the end of the doctoral consortium, a niche will be provided for more general exchanges on the field, the doctorate, etc. between the participants and the members of the expert panel. These exchanges will continue over dinner.
Submissions must be in Extended Abstracts Format NOT anonymous:
Full submissions (article and thesis supervisor's attestation) should be submitted to email@example.com.
Participation in the doctoral consoritum is supported by AFIHM, with accommodation and registration fees.