Call for Demos

We are inviting you to submit your papers to the demo track of the Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction Conference (ACII 2024). It is the perfect opportunity to showcase demonstrations of recent advancements in this space. Technologies, multimodal products, and prototypes are all welcome for presentation, to engage with an international community of experts from various corners of social science, computer science, and data science. 

Demo presenters will benefit from heightened exposure for their work, and feedback from scientists and experts in the field. We encourage creative, artistic, and thought-provoking experiences, research prototypes, and commercial products. Demos are also an excellent opportunity to find beta testers and other collaborators. A two-page extended abstract is required and will be published in the conference proceedings for all accepted demos.

This year, ACII will be co-located with ACM IVA 2024 (Intelligent Virtual Agents), bringing exciting opportunities for networking with a highly relevant community.

Important Dates

  • Submission Deadline: 15th June, 2024
  • Notification of Acceptance: 1st July, 2024
  • Camera Ready Submissions: 1st August, 2024
  • Conference Dates: 15-18th September 2024


Submissions of demonstrations of research prototypes and innovative commercial products related to applications of affective computing and intelligent interaction are welcome. 

Submission Guidelines

The submission materials should be combined into a single document, including the following:

  1. A two-page (+ one additional page for references) extended abstract to be published in the ACII 2024 proceedings in the conference paper format (please find LaTeX/Word templates here). The abstract should include (1) a brief background introduction and description of the system, (2) a summary of the technical contributions of the system, and (3) results of a formal evaluation or an experiment to be conducted during the demo (if applicable).
  2. A URL link to a video recording demonstrating how the system works.

The demo papers submission process will be handled through the Easy Chair system. Please note that the demo presenters must register for the conference.

Evaluation Criteria

Each demo paper will be reviewed and selected based on its scientific contribution, originality and innovation, social impact, potential for widespread use, and relevance to topics of ACII. Demo papers should include detailed technical explanations of the methods used. Similar demos will be grouped together to maximize the visibility of the presenters and their technologies.


Please direct all questions to Yelin Kim( or Mathieu Chollet (