If your hands-on class is accepted, you must prepare and submit an abstract for inclusion in the ACM Digital Library (two pages maximum). This abstract must be submitted to TAPS by 8 May 2020. Please prepare your abstract using these templates and instructions. If your revised abstract is not delivered to TAPS by 8 May, you may not be allowed to present at SIGGRAPH 2020.
If your installation is accepted, you must prepare and submit a revised abstract for inclusion in the ACM Digital Library (two pages maximum). This abstract must be submitted to TAPS by 8 May 2020. Please prepare your abstract using these templates and instructions. If your revised abstract is not delivered to TAPS by 8 May, you may not be allowed to present at SIGGRAPH 2020.
After acceptance, the submission portal will allow you to update basic information about your work and upload any final materials for inclusion in the conference program and website. This information needs to be finalized one week after acceptance. Final versions of accepted work must be submitted before required deadlines (normally one week after acceptance notification). You will receive information on how to submit final versions of your accepted work and the deadlines for final updates. Accepted Experience Presentations, Workshops, and Projects will be listed in the official conference documentation.
If your installation is accepted, you are required to have at least one person present at all times during the conference. This includes lunch times, as the venue does not close down until the end of the day. This also includes Experience Presentation times, if your submission also was accepted for an Experience Presentation. Travel support is not provided. Limited conference registration is available for selected project contributors. Please review the SIGGRAPH 2020 Recognition Policy.
Booth Staffing Is Required for the Following Conference Hours:
Sunday, 19 July, 1:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.
Monday, 20 July, 10 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, 21 July, 10 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, 22 July, 10 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Thursday, 23 July, 10 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Networking, Computing, Space, and Supply Needs
You will need to bring your own materials, supplies, and computing power necessary for your project. Network connections are provided. Studio personnel will contact you regarding your space requirements and options.
Shipping of Equipment and Project Supplies
You are responsible for bringing or shipping any necessary equipment to Washington, D.C. and for return shipment. You also must complete shipping, insurance, and other required forms and return them in a timely manner.
Contributor Logo Usage
SIGGRAPH 2020 will provide an informational sign for all installations within the Experience Hall. (Includes installation title, contributor’s names, and company along with a 50-word description. A logo is not included.) If a contributor would like an additional sign beyond what SIGGRAPH provides, please review the Policy for 2020 below:
SIGGRAPH offers contributors the opportunity to create one (1) additional sign, at the contributor’s expense, to recognize the contributing organization of your submission. In fairness to all contributors, everyone must adhere to the following rules when producing any additional promotional signs:
- One sign is permitted per installation.
- Sign should be no larger than 22” x 28”.
- Your organization’s logo is permitted on the sign up to 12” x 12”.
- Multiple organization logos also must fit within the 12” x 12” space.
- If your installation requires use of a screen, the screen may use a logo up to 6” x 6”.
Failure to adhere to these rules will result in management requesting the sign or inappropriate branding be covered or removed. If an additional cost is required to do so, it will be at the contributors expense.
Looking for additional brand visibility beyond the offering listed above? Contact Exhibition Management to review additional opportunities.