Oral and Poster Presentations
When accepted for poster or oral presentation, update your paper with the camera-ready template.
- Do NOT make any changes to the format.
- When revising your proposal, please take into account the reviewers' comments.
- The page limit is strictly 3 pages.
Then submit it on the Easychair system before May 1st (there will be no deadline extension for this).
- As a new version of your original submission, to be included to the proceedings.
- Use the submenu "Update files" to upload the pdf of your final camera-ready 3 pages paper.
- Make sure that your name and affiliation are correct. The information provided will go into the conference program so please make appropriate changes as soon as possible.
Papers will be included in the proceedings provided that at least one author is registered to the conference before May 15th.
If you have any queries, contact us.
The poster sessions will be of substantial length and scheduled at convenient times during the conference, making this a lively and interactive presentation format.
Please refer to the Poster Guidelines when preparing your poster.
The deadline for submitting proposals has been extended to January 20th, 2016 , at 20h00 (UTC /GMT +1).
Make sure that you use the provided template for your proposal:
Results of the review process will be notified via email by the end of March 2016.
All proposal should be submitted over Easychair
1) Create a EasyChair Account or use your account from a previous conference
2) Go to the EARLISIG22016 EasyChair submission page
3) Click “NEW SUBMISSION” at the top of the page
4) Follow the instructions to fill in the form and then submit.
After submitting your proposal successfully, you should receive an e-mail from EasyChair that you successfully submitted your proposal.
Three different submission formats are proposed:
1) Paper proposal (for poster or oral presentation)
This is the standard format that provides participants the opportunity for presenting and discussing the results from recently completed research. Paper proposals should be no longer than 3 A4 sheets (including all figures and references). Please adhere to the template when preparing your proposal.
All paper proposals that are of sufficient scientific quality and fall within the scope of the meeting will be allowed a poster presentation. The paper proposals that receive the most favorable reviews and that fit well within the meeting’s themes will be allowed a 20 minutes oral presentation (15 minutes presentation and 5 minutes discussion). As we try to keep the conference single tracked, acceptation for oral presentations will be highly selective.
Note that if you submit several proposals as first author, only one will be allowed an oral presentation (the one who receives the highest review scores), the other proposals being then accepted as posters.
The poster sessions will be of substantial length and scheduled at convenient times during the conference, making this a lively and interactive presentation format. Note that you can choose during the submission process that your proposal be a poster presentation (for example for new ideas or work in progress).
NEW in 2016 Junior Researcher Awards
The proposals authored by a young researcher (PhD candidate at the time of submission) will be considered for a Best Paper and a Best Poster awards. To be eligible, please make sure you tick the box “First author is a PhD candidate”.
2) Round-table proposal (parallel sessions – 1h30)
Round-table sessions offer opportunities for a more discursive exploration of research issues. The presenters explain their ongoing research, and invite the participants to discuss data or to solve a research issue or problem. This may well involve discussions of work in progress. Please adhere to the submission template when preparing your proposal (e.g. proposals should not be longer than 1000 words). All round-table proposals that allow for sufficient discussion and that are within the scope of the meeting will be allowed a round- table presentation. Round- table sessions will take place in seminar rooms with a board-room style table. Each round-table session will consist of three conceptually linked projects. Each presenter has 10 minutes to introduce his/her project and raise one or two open questions. Twenty minutes at least are intended for discussion.
3) Workshop proposal (parallel sessions – 1h30)
Workshop sessions should cover a topic related to text and picture comprehension and should propose concrete activities for participants. They are provided by experienced researchers in their fields and are an excellent opportunity for all junior and senior researchers to work on a specific method or practical question in order to further develop research skills and knowledge in a friendly environment. Workshop should propose concrete activities for participants. Please adhere to the submission template when preparing your proposal (e.g. proposals should not be longer than 1000 words).