Submit a paper

We invite three kinds of submissions:

  • Brief position papers or chatbot demonstrations (2-3 pages, low threshold contribution)
  • Theoretical or empirical contributions, including or presentations of brave new ideas (6-12 pages, published in the Springer workshop proceedings).
  • Detailed demonstrations, e.g. of chatbot prototypes or conversational analysis approaches (6-12 pages, published in the Springer workshop proceedings).

Papers should be formatted according to Springer’s LNCS Proceedings template.

See the call for papers for details on topics of interest.

Submission deadline: August 19.
Author notification by September 17.

Questions concerning your submission? Please contact us.

All submissions will be made subject to peer-review by at least two independent reviewers. Accepted theoretical or empirical contributions (6-10 pages) and demonstrations (6-10 pages) will be published in the workshop proceedings (Springer).

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