Call for Late-Breaking Results
The Late-Breaking Results track of RecSys offers an
opportunity for presenting new, preliminary results and speculative or
innovative work in progress. This work will be presented in the poster session,
where the informal setting encourages presenters and participants to engage in
lively discussions about the presented work. All submissions should convey a
scientific result or work in progress that is not yet ready to be published as
a full-length research paper at a refereed conference, but the preliminary
results are already interesting.
All submissions will be
double-blind peer reviewed. Late-breaking results must not be under review in
any other conference at the time of submission and must contain novel contributions.
This means that submissions must not include information identifying the
authors or their organization. Specifically, do not include the authors’ names
and affiliations, and anonymize self-citations, acknowledgments, and funding
Results should be described in PDF
format, in English, formatted according to the ACM Proceedings template
(http://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template) for US Letter size,
viewable on any platform and should be no longer than 2 pages including
references. Submit the description to https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=recsys2018posters.
In addition to the two-page submission, accepted authors
will be asked to create a poster to be displayed at the conference in a
dedicated poster area, and present their work during the poster session. At
least one of the authors of each accepted work is required to attend the
Together with the Demos, we will
ask authors of accepted papers to upload their papers on arxiv.org (chairs can
provide arxiv endorsement for accepted papers
if needed). The links to these papers will
be used to compile an online proceeding published (together with the Demos) on
the ACM RecSys’18 website.
Submission deadline: July 17th,
Notification: August 6th, 2018
Camera-ready summary deadline:
August 20th, 2018
refer to 23:59 (11:59pm) in the AoE
(Anywhere on Earth) time zone.
POSTER AND DEMO CHAIRS
Shuo (Steven) Chang, Quora
Vanessa Murdock, Amazon Research
Christoph Trattner, University of Bergen