Call For Tutorial Proposals

To be presented at the 23rd International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI 2018)
Tokyo, Japan
March 7-11, 2018

IUI 2018 is pleased to invite tutorial proposals. Tutorials offer the community an opportunity to learn about the state-of-the-art concepts and techniques and allow the presenters to share their expertise. We invite proposals from active researchers and practitioners, and experienced presenters. Ideally, a tutorial will cover the state-of-the-art research and development in a specific area strongly related to IUI. Tutorials on interdisciplinary areas, novel or fast growing directions, and significant practical applications are also encouraged. Tutorials will be held in audituoriums with a screen, projector, and Intenret connection. Presenters are expected to bring their own computer.

Proposal Format

Each tutorial proposal should provide the following information:

  • Name and title: Your name, the tutorial title and the expected length of your tutorial (preferably half a day, i.e. 2 sessions on 90 minutes each).
  • Description of tutorial topic and goal: Detailed outline of the tutorial, along with descriptions of the objectives, its relevance to IUI, benefits to the attendees, and course materials/handouts (links to online materials encouraged).
  • Organizers: Name, email address, and affiliation of each presenter. Note that each listed presenter must register for the conference and be present at the tutorial.
  • Target audience and prerequisites: Target audience level (introductory, intermediate, advanced) and prerequisite knowledge or skils.
  • Experience: Tutors' short bios and their expertise related to the tutorial, including history of previously given tutorials.
  • Equipment and software requirement: please list any that will be needed.
  • History of prior similar tutorials given by the presenter(s).

Additional guidelines

The proposals should be PDF documents not exceeding 3 pages, submitted by e-mail to the tutorial chairs at:
We encourage prospective presenters to contact the tutorial chairs in advance and discuss their tutorial ideas.

Workshop Co-Chairs

Takanori Komatsu, Meiji University, Japan
Alan Said, University of Skövde, Sweden