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Notification: September 6, 2021
Camera-ready submission: September 13, 2021
All deadlines are 23:59 PDT.
Warning: incomplete or late submissions will not be considered.
The Virtual and Augmented Reality Graduate Workshop (WTD SVR 2021) provides a unique opportunity for students to discuss their master’s dissertations and doctoral theses. The aim of the Workshop is to allow the works to be evaluated by researchers with expertise in the SVR topics of interest. The students may further benefit from all the input gathered during the Workshop, which may lead to an improved work, as a result of the contributions provided by experts, other graduate students, as well as the industry and academic participants of SVR 2021.
Besides the contributions from such an expert audience, the workshop participants will be exposed to an array of research topics being exploited in graduate programs from Brazil and abroad. Moreover, the brainstorming sessions may help some students to define their research topics. In addition, WTD offers the opportunity for the establishment of new academic collaborations among students and groups that share common research interests in the virtual and augmented reality areas.
Submissions to the Workshop should be preferably ongoing work. However, WTD SVR 2021 will also receive papers describing finished dissertations or thesis even if they have been submitted to the full papers track of SVR 2021.
The authors should submit a short paper formatted using the ACM SIG Proceedings template. Among the various ACM paper templates, make sure that you use the “SigConf” version, i.e., use “sample-sigconf.tex” if you use LaTeX, and “Interim layout.docx” if you use MS Word for preparing your manuscript. The ACM LaTeX template is also available on Overleaf platform.
The text should describe the (expected) contributions of the work clearly. The paper (up to 2 pages including references) should be organized as follows: Introduction, Motivation (the problem being explored), Related Work, Proposed Solution, Preliminary Results, and Conclusions. The introduction should also contain the SVR topics to which the work is related to and the category (MSc dissertation or PhD thesis).
Submission language: Portuguese or English.
Submission-file format: PDF file format.
Submission system: The submissions should be made using the SBC’s JEMS system through the “SVR 2021 – WTD” entry (Click here to go to the submission website).
Accepted submissions should be presented during one of the Workshop technical sessions and will receive technical feedback from experienced researchers on Virtual and Augmented Reality, as well as from other participants of the Workshop. They will be published in the digital proceedings of the WTD SVR 2021 at SOL, the Brazilian Computing Society OpenLib, or in SVR 2021 proceedings in case it has been accepted for this venue. A panel of experts will choose the best WTD paper in each category (MSC dissertation and PhD thesis).
Topics of Interest
The final version of the papers must be submitted with the SBC Copyright Form. The Copyright Form has also a Portuguese version. It is not necessary to sign both. Authors must choose between one of the two, no matter the language in which the paper was written.
No-show papers are defined as accepted papers submitted by authors who did not present the paper at the technical meeting. Each paper must have one registered author with an Other Track Paper Registration Fee. Each paper must have a different Other Track Paper Registration Fee. Otherwise, the paper is considered a no-registration. No-show and no-registration papers will not be included in the program and will be removed from the proceedings.