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Welcome to ISMAR 2013!

Call for Papers for Works in Progress

Important Deadlines

Submission Deadline:14 July (2 weeks after paper/poster notification)
Acceptance Notification Date: 10 August 2013
Camera-Ready Deadline: 14 Aug 2013


  • All materials will be submitted electronically through the Precision Conference website at: PCS Submission System
  • Submission Format: A six-page (or less) paper prepared in Extended Abstract Format and thoroughly copy-edited. Submissions are not anonymous and should include all author names, affiliations, and contact information. Your paper design should be reduced to one standard letter page in size and submitted in PDF format. Documents should be submitted via the PCS submission system.
  • Selection process: Juried
    • Juried content is also reviewed by a committee and external experts in a less rigorous process that does not include an author’s response or conditional acceptance. Juried content is generally not required to make the same level of lasting and significant contribution to our knowledge and understanding as refereed content.
  • At the Conference: Accepted submissions will be given opportunities for 10 minute oral presentation (in multiple tracks) during the conference. Please see the Information for WIP Presenters (will be available).
  • After the Conference: Extended Abstracts will be published in USB proceedings and IEEE Digital Library.

Message from the Works-in-Progress Chairs

We encourage practitioners and researchers to submit Works-in-Progress as it provides a unique opportunity for sharing valuable ideas, eliciting useful feedback on early-stage work, and fostering discussions and collaborations among colleagues. The difference between Works-in-Progress and other contribution types (e.g. papers and posters) is that Work-in-Progress submissions represents work that has not reached a level of completion that would warrant the full Refereed selection process. That said, appropriate submissions should make some contribution to the body of AR/MR knowledge, whether realized or promised. A significant benefit of a Work-in-Progress derives from the discussion between the author and conference attendees that will be fostered by the face-to-face presentation of the work.
Stephen DiVerdi (Google, Mountain View, CA)
Jun Park (Hongik University, Seoul, Korea)