- Benoit Roussel (MdC) - Université de Lorraine, PErSEUs (email@example.com)
- Thomas Baudel - IBM (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The industrial papers aim to provide pragmatic feedback on the implementation of HMI and IT advances in general, in production environments where commercial products and real users are offered research-based innovations.
We are not expecting particularly original or innovative contributions in this track, but rather documented feedback and lessons learned, whether on technological, organizational and commercial levels, or on the appropriation of the solutions proposed by users.
Instructions to authors
Authors should submit a non-anonymous paper of 4 to 6 pages.
Submissions will be evaluated by recognized researchers and practitioners, focusing primarily on the quality of the approach followed and the description of the feedback obtained.
Accepted papers will be published in the HAL Open Archive under a Creative Commons license and will be given a 10-minute presentation in a conference session.
Submissions must be in Extended Abstracts Format NOT anonymous:
Submissions are made by e-mail to email@example.com.