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Information for Authors

Congratulations for having your contribution accepted to CHIGreece 2021! Please see the information below regarding the preparation of your camera-ready final version. You should have received an email regarding the eRights/copyright for your contribution. Once you complete that, the camera-ready process is initiated (see below). For your information, there is a new system that is being utilized that increases accessibility. Your paper will be converted to a web format as well as the more traditional two column paper format automatically which requires purposeful adherence to the instructions and tips below.

Here are the instructions to guide you towards the preparation and submission of your camera-ready paper and your video presentation for the conference.

Camera-ready paper instructions

  • Exhaustively consider reviewer comments. Make sure you have done your best to address the comments in the reviews of your paper. The paper length remains the same as when using the manuscript (submission) format (page numbers exclude references):
    • Full papers: 10 pages
    • Short papers: 7 pages

  • All submissions must comply with the ACM SIG proceedings templates and formatting:

  • Submit the rights form to the publisher via the ACM eRights management forms. Once you submit your eRights/copyright form you will receive a “TAPS email” with the following information:
    • The bibliographic strip and author information that you will need to put inside of your paper.
    • Instructions and a link to the ACM Publishing System (TAPS) to upload your final source files.
  • Before uploading to TAPS, verify your paper is in the correct format! The new automated system relies on utilizing the correct format.
    • If you are using LaTeX or Overleaf, you should avoid using any extra packages (there is a list of approved packages here). You can change your document class to see what the final PDF will look like: \documentclass[sigconf]{acmart}
    • For Word make sure you use the proper template and styles (FYI, the Word actually gets translated to LaTeX for processing, so the Overleaf and LaTeX formats will go through one less process which may result in more consistent results, so you may consider using this format).
    • Please take a look at the best practices for submitting to TAPS: 

  • Authors should then package and upload their source files and supplemental materials to the TAPS system (not to Precision Conference) according to the instructions sent to them in the TAPS email.

This should be completed by the camera-ready deadline specified in your acceptance-notification e-mail by midnight AoE.

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