Submission informationThe workshop proposal should include:
- Workshop title
- List of organisers/speakers including short bios
- Workshop description up to 750 words, describing the topic and nature of the workshop
- Short description up to 70 words, for the conference program
- Preferred length of workshop: number of hours, half-day, or full-day
- We suggest that workshop organisers consider whether asynchronous or repeated sessions could include global participants
- Workshop webpage (suggested for submission, required for accepted submissions)
Submission processNIME workshop submissions will be using Pubpub, a multimedia platform for publication. Authors will create submissions there, export them as PDFs, and submit them for review through the NIME 2022 Conference Management Toolkit (CMT).
Workshop submission template
Website informationAccepted workshop submissions will be required to create a simple website for communication with their participants independently from the main conference website (e.g., using free services such as GitHub Pages or Google Sites). We encourage submissions to include a draft website if they would like. Examples of past workshop websites are:
Review processWorkshops will be curated by the Workshop co-chairs and associated review committee, based on the Workshop proposal’s relevance to the NIME conference and conference theme, and feasibility. As a result, the feedback on these curated acceptances and rejections will be limited. Workshop proposal submissions are not anonymous.
- Workshop submission deadline: 22 January 2022
- Workshop final submission upload deadline: 31 January 2022
- Notification of acceptance: 15-19 March 2022
Please contact the Workshop Co-Chairs should you have any questions.