Technical Papers in Conference Proceedings

We solicit technical papers that report original, novel, unpublished work relevant to all the scientific, technological, and application aspects of haptics.

Paper Format

Technical papers should be prepared according to the formatting instructions available here.

For authors’ convenience, the templates for technical papers can be downloaded in Word or Latex format. Note that only the US Letter template will be accepted, not the A4 template.

Paper Length

Authors should aim for a technical paper length of 6 pages or less, including references and all other components of the paper.

1 or 2 extra pages (beyond 6 pages) may added through a charge of $200 per page, paid during conference registration.

Author Names and Affiliations

Submitted papers will be reviewed in single-blind manner.

Author names and affiliations should be specified in all technical papers.

Submission Due Date

Wednesday, October 13, 2021 Thursday, October 21, 2021 (extended) (11:59 p.m. Pacific Time)

Submission Method

All technical papers (with optional videos) should be submitted using PaperPlaza (submission system will be open one month prior to the deadline). Select the “Haptics Symposium” Society, “Haptics 2022” Conference, and “Haptics 2022 Technical Papers” Track.

Presentation and Publication

All accepted technical papers will be presented orally in a podium presentation, either in a dual-track regular session or in a single-track featured session.

All accepted papers will be included in the electronically distributed conference proceedings and also published in IEEE Xplore.

Paper copyright will be transferred to the IEEE as part of the publication process.

Paper decisions will be announced in late December, and will also be available in PaperPlaza.

Videos

Submission of videos is strongly encouraged to help readers understand the paper.

Uploaded videos will be reviewed along with the paper.

Videos will be submitted for publication to IEEE Xplore and may be used to promote the conference.

Guidelines: format (mpeg 4, .mp4), length (up to 2 minutes), resolution (at least 480p progressive scan), and file size (up to 40 MB). Final (but not initial) video submissions will need to include some simple additional files for IEEE Xplore compliance.