Topics and Submission Guidelines
We welcome works aimed at exploring different approaches to multimodal communication, including research on multimodality in human communication and/or in human-computer interaction. In addition, this year’s symposium has a particular interest in three main research themes:
- the language-specific characteristics of gesture-speech interaction
- multimodal prominence
- the conceptual and statistical modelling of multimodal contributions, with particular regard to head movements and the use of gaze
Therefore, we particularly encourage contributions dealing with––but not limited to––the three topics described above
- Abstracts should be written in English and should not exceed 2 A4 pages (max. 700 words) including examples, figures and references. The format should comply with the MS Word model provided here.
- Add at least three keywords to your submission.
- Abstracts should be anonymous and submitted in pdf format. All references to authors should be omitted for purposes of blind review.
- Authors may submit one abstract as first author and up to three abstracts as a co-author.
Abstracts received after the deadline will not be considered. Accepted abstracts will be allocated as either oral talk or poster presentation, and will be published in the book of abstracts.
Abstract submission: September 30, 2022
Notification of acceptance: approximately December 15, 2022
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