DIS posters offer a concise format to communicate novel ideas, works-in-progress and late-breaking research findings to the DIS community in a discussion-oriented forum during the conference. In addition, posters may summarize interesting on-going research projects in a compact format. Relevant topics include:

Authors of accepted posters will be given the opportunity to promote their contribution during coffee breaks throughout the conferencee.

Poster abstracts should be no more than 2 pages in the DIS 2012 template. A draft poster must also be submitted alongside the abstract. Posters should be A0 portrait. All submissions should be anonymised for peer review and submitted via the DIS 2012 PCS system.

Critical Dates

Poster Chairs

Anja Thieme, Culture Lab, Newcastle University, UK
Faisal Taher, Lancaster University, UK