All contributions must be rendered anonymous to facilitate double blind review. Authors should take care throughout their paper that their own and their institution's identity is not revealed. Relevant references to an author's previous research should not be suppressed, but rather should be made impersonally, if they are required for reviewers to understand and evaluate the paper's contribution.
All submissions will be handled electronically.
There are two kinds of research paper contributions: full papers and notes. Both kinds of contributions must be formatted in strict accordance with the ECSCW formatting instructions (author kits and paper templates available for Word, PDF, and LaTeX) and must be submitted in PDF format.
Full papers may be up to 20 pages in length. Full papers should present original reports of substantive new work and make clear the novel aspects of the research they present and its contribution to the development of CSCW theory and systems design.
Notes may be up to 12 pages in length. Notes should present substantial although more focused results of a research activity, i.e. a single finding. They will be evaluated in a similar manner as full papers.
Submission Deadline: 23:59 GMT+12 on the 4th of February, 2013
You may submit your paper here (submission is now closed)
Note: the Easychair links for the rest of the submissions will be activated soon.
Workshops and Master Classes
Workshops is the best place to engage in dialogue and work-in progress with other researchers in a particular subfield. Master classes highlight key issues and is a great opportunity for junior scholars and newcomers to a domain to catch up.
Submit a Workshop or Master Class proposal here (expired). Both categories are handled together with this submission form, yet your proposal should make clear what type of event you are proposing.
Submission Deadline: June 28, 2013
Demos and Videos
Live demonstrations and videos form an important part of the conference technical program. Demonstrations of both research prototypes and commercial products by those directly involved in developing the systems are welcomed.
Submission guidelines here
Submission Deadline: June 7, 2013
Work in Progress
Work in Progress submissions graphically illustrating original CSCW systems, experiences, or applications are invited. Successful Works in Progress will be on show for the duration of the conference.
Submission guidelines here
Submission Deadline: June 15, 2013 (5:00pm PDT)
The Doctoral Colloquium offers PhD students in CSCW the opportunity to present and discuss their work with other CSCW researchers. Students from all the CSCW related disciplines are encouraged to apply, although numbers will be limited.
Submission guidelines to be announced
Submission Deadline: June 15, 2013
Proceedings Volume 2 (The conference supplement)
Demos and videos, Work in Progress and doctoral colloquium abstracts as well as workshop and master class descriptions will be published in ECSCW 2013 Proceedings Volume 2 (previously known as the conference supplement). Volume 2 will be printed in the Aarhus University, Department of Computer Science Report Series and available in printed form for the conference participants as well as online.