|EuroHaptics 2004 Paper Submission
Paper submission is now closed. Please see the the programme page for details on accepted submissions.
Please direct any questions or requests to Michael Fritschi
Information for presenters
We accept two categories of Papers:Full Papers, must be complete papers of 5-8 pages (including figures and references). Oral presentation in this category are to be 25 minutes long, with 5 minutes for questions immediately following the presentation. Short Papers, must be extended abstracts of up to 3 pages (including figures and references). Oral presentation in this category are to be 12 minutes long, with 3 minutes for questions immediately following the presentation.
Presentation is via Powerpoint 2000. We will provide a laptop, and we recommend that author's files be installed on it prior to the session. We will accept presentations sent by email in advance of the conference, or those stored on CD's, floppy disks or USB memory sticks on the day.
Alternatively authors can provide their own laptops, but we would discourage this due to the time required to change over the connection to the data projector and to avoid any possible problems with incompatibility with the data projector.
Please advise if you have any further AV requirements, e.g. OHP, TV, Video, Audio and we will endeavour to arrange these.
Additional video material in standard VCD or SVCD mpeg format (PAL or NTSC) for the conference CD, with a maximum length of 5 minutes is encouraged and must be received together with the paper submission by February 16, 2004 (final version by April 14, 2004) via the EuroHaptics Web Page.
Posters and Demonstrations
Submissions for posters and demonstrations must be extended abstracts of 1-2 pages. (including figures and references).
Posters are limited to A0 (either portrait or landscape) in size. We will endeavour to provide additional equipment (such as tables, power, network connection, etc.) by request only. If you have such requests, please notify us as early as possible.
The tutorials will complement and enhance the scientific programme of EuroHaptics 2004. The purpose is to provide educational material from specialized fields to haptic researchers. Proposals for tutorials are due on February 16, 2004. Earlier submission is encouraged. Proposals should include:
The individual tutorial organizer will be mainly responsible for preparing the documentation (electronic or paper) for the audience.
Tutorial proposals will be reviewed by the Organizing Committee and acceptance will be announced after the submission deadline. Please, submit your proposal in electronic form (PDF).
The EuroHaptics 2004 Organizing Committee will provide:
Publicity for the tutorial series as a whole, a meeting place for the tutorial up to the available space limit, catering during the workshop, audio-visual equipment and registration jointly with the Main Conference.
The Organizing Committee reserves the right to cancel any tutorial if deadlines are missed, or if the number of registered attendees is too low to support the costs related to organizing and running the tutorial.
Previous EuroHaptics | LSR
Institute of Automatic Control Engineering,
Technische Universitaet Muenchen,
80290 Muenchen, Germany
Max Planck Institute for Biological
Cybernetics, Spemannstr. 38,
72012 Tuebingen, Germany
Matthias Harders |
Computer Vision Laboratory,
CH-8092 Zuerich, Switzerland
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