Research Centre for Data Analytics and Cognition La Trobe University, Bundoora, Victoria 3086, Australia.

Author Instructions

Presenting Author Instructions
  • It is now time to prepare your presentations for the 15th IEEE International Conference on Human System Interaction (HSI 2022)
  • Each session will consist of 5-6 papers, where each paper will be allocated 18 minutes, 15 minute presentation followed by 3 minute Q&A.
  • A majority of the papers in the conference program will be presented in-person with a minority being presented online. Please follow the instructions below in preparing for this presentation, depending on your format of attendance, in-person or online.
In-person presentations
  1. The total time allocated is 18 minutes, 15 minute presentation followed by 3 minute Q&A.
  2. Prepare a presentation that can be delivered in exactly 15 minutes as the time available is strictly limited.
  3. You may use any file format (*.pptx, *.pdf, etc) that works on a MS Windows OS, as the presenting machine is a MS Windows machine.
  4. Name the presentation as PaperID.pptx (or PaperID.pdf), where ID is the 6-digit paper ID that was assigned to your paper when you submitted it. Include leading zeros. E.g., when your paper ID is HSI22-001234, your video is named 001234.mp4
  5. After you have created your presentation, please provide us a link to download the presentation file by filling in this survey form (link). You can upload the file to any free file sharing service, like Google Docs or Microsoft OneDrive. Please check that the link is download enabled for external users (i.e. HSI22 team)
  6. Please upload your file and share with us by 25 July 2022, we will have it ready for you just before the session.
Online presentations
  1. The total time allocated is 18 minutes, 15 minute presentation followed by 3 minute Q&A.
  2. Although your presentation will be recorded, you must attend the session via the zoom link for the Q&A segment (if you are absent the paper will not be published)
  3. Prepare a video recording of your presentation of exactly 15 minutes duration
  4. The video recording must be in MP4 format, see next subsection for free tools and instructions for creating a video recording
  5. Video recording must be less than 100MB
  6. When the recording is complete, please review the video carefully if there are glitches or other technical problems.
  7. Make sure that you upload only videos that play smoothly, we appreciate your cooperation in ensuring the quality of the videos.
  8. Ensure that the video includes the title of the paper, the authors, and a mention of HSI 2022.
  9. Name the presentation video as PaperID.mp4, where ID is the 6-digit paper ID that was assigned to your paper when you submitted it. Include leading zeros. E.g., when your paper ID is HSI22-001234, your video is named 001234.mp4
  10. After you have created your presentation, please provide us a link to download the presentation file by filling in this survey form (link). You can upload the file to any free file sharing service, like Google Docs or Microsoft OneDrive. Please check that the link is download enabled for external users (i.e. HSI22 team)
  11. Please upload your file and share with us by 25 July 2022, we will have it ready for you just before the session.
Free tools and instructions for creating a video recording of your presentation Tips for Recording
  • Use as quiet an area as possible
  • Avoid areas that have echo
  • Rooms should be fairly small and with sound dampening like carpeting, curtains, furniture
  • Wired internet connection recommended, but if unavailable, a strong Wi-Fi connection
  • It is advisable to use a good headset with microphone close to mouth but away from direct line of mouth to reduce “pops”.
  • You can try and stand (rather than sit) while recording. This may make your voice sound better.
  • Do a test recording of a couple of minutes and review the sound and picture quality, MP4 format, and bit rate before recording the entire presentation. Adjust if needed.
Deadline
  • In-person presentations – due 25 July 2022 using this MS FORM (link)
  • Online presentations – due 25 July 2022 using this MS FORM (link)