chimit 2010          san jose, ca              nov 12-13


There are four categories of submissions (click for more info):

  1. Papers & Short Papers

  2. Posters

  3. Courses

  4. Presentations


ACM CHIMIT 2010 will include a poster session for sharing preliminary results not yet ready for a  paper. Accepted posters will be presented in a special Poster Session, allowing authors to interactively discuss their work one to one with participants. Posters will have a later submission deadline, are not archival, and will not be included in the ACM digital library, so this forum is ideal for work in progress.

We also welcome authors of recent (2007 - 2010) papers on the topic of HCI and IT Management published in other venues to present your work at the CHIMIT poster session.  For these cases, please submit the title and abstract of your published paper, full citation, and a link to the published version.

Authors are strongly encouraged to address the intersection between Computer Human Interaction and Management of IT explicitly.

Preparation Guidelines

Please consider the following guidelines for a successful poster submission:

  1. State the contribution and originality of your work clearly and explicitly

  2. State the problem and solution clearly.

  3. Focus on the contribution of your work, with only a brief background on relevant work.

  4. Include the major graphical elements that will likely be used in the poster itself.

Poster abstracts must be in standard ACM two-column format and cannot exceed 3 pages in total length, including the abstract, figures and references, and must be formatted according to the detailed ACM SIG publication instructions (  Alternately, the poster may be submitted as an actual poster in PDF format.


Poster submissions should be submitted to the conference submission site ( no later than 5:00 pm Pacific Time on September 24, 2010. Only PDF versions of the abstracts are accepted. Submissions received after this date/time will not be considered.

Authors will be notified on October 1, 2010.  A PDF version of the poster itself must be submitted two weeks before the conference for inclusion in the Symposium Proceedings.

All questions regarding posters should be directed to Program Chairs.