Work-in-Progress papers enable authors to share late-breaking results with the research community. The emphasis of WIP papers is on the novelty of the work, not completeness.
WIP papers should be prepared according to the formatting instructions available here.
WIP papers should be 2 pages including references.
One extra page (for a total of 3 pages) may be added through a charge of $200, paid during conference registration.
Submitted papers will be reviewed in single-blind manner.
Author names and affiliations should be specified on all WIP papers.
January 31, 2020: 11:59 pm PST: WIP paper submission deadline
February 12, 2020: WIP acceptance notification
February 21, 2020: WIP final paper submission
All WIP papers (including optional video) should be submitted using PaperPlaza.
All accepted WIP papers will be included in the electronically distributed conference proceedings, but they will not be published in IEEE Xplore.
Authors retain the full copyright of WIP papers so that they can submit a more mature version of the paper at another time.
Submission of a video is optional but encouraged to help readers understand the WIP paper.
Uploaded videos will be reviewed along with the paper.
Videos associated with accepted WIP papers will be included in the electronically distributed conference proceedings and may be used to promote the conference.
Guidelines: format (mpeg 4, .mp4), length (up to 60 seconds), resolution (at least 480p progressive scan), and file size (up to 40 MB).
All accepted WIP Papers will appear in this year’s Haptics Symposium proceedings, which will be electronically distributed at the conference, but will not be submitted to IEEE Xplore. The authors of accepted WIP Papers will be asked to prepare a final version of their contribution, a 100-word abstract, and the final version of the optional video.
Work-in-Progress papers will be presented through a short oral “teaser” presentation and a poster.
One author from each Work-in-Progress is invited to give a short presentation to introduce their poster to the audience. Each teaser presentation can last no more than 40 seconds.
The WIP teaser presentation should focus on the main ideas or results of the work. The purpose is to encourage the audience to visit the WIP poster, not to summarize the paper contents.
The presenters are asked to a prepare a single slide for their teaser presentation. The use of visual content, videos, and animations is encouraged. All animations and video playback should be programmed into the slide such that all event timing is automatic. Videos, if used, must be embedded in the slide. The poster location should be displayed in the upper right corner of the slide, and will soon be available in the conference program.
The WIP posters will be presented during a WIP poster session. The posters must fit on a poster board with dimensions of 44” x 44” (111.76 cm x 111.76 cm). The posters can be designed using any size, orientation, or format, as long as they fit within this allocated space. You are encouraged to include the conference logo.
Authors are responsible for printing their own poster and bringing it to the conference. Push pins will be provided to install the posters on the poster boards.
Any questions about WIP papers can be addressed to the WIP chair (Heather Culbertson) at email@example.com.