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Submission Process

We use the new ACM master article template and workflow for all submissions. Submission is in single-column format although final papers will be produced in double-column. This is new for NordiCHI 2022 so please read the explanation carefully. All submissions are made through the Precision Conference System (PCS 2.0).

Template Download Links

  • Microsoft Word
  • LaTeX (Use sample-manuscript.tex inside the samples folder for submissions)
  • Overleaf: Select ACM Conference Proceedings “Master” Template

Prepare your submission

You must upload a 150-maximum word abstract reflecting your expected contribution by the Paper Abstract due date (mandatory submission). Your abstract submission will allow us to prepare for the review process. An abstract is required before the actual paper is submitted. 

To prepare your paper for submission, use the single column format using the provided Word or LaTeX templates. The correct template for submission is: single column Word Submission Template and single column LaTeX (using the “manuscript,review,anonymous” style available in the template). Please use the "author year" citation and reference format.

Submit only the PDF version of your manuscript to PCS. When generating the PDF file, please make sure that the fonts are embedded in the PDF file. This will ensure that reviewers can view the paper without problems. Reviewers will review your paper in the single column format.


We welcome both longer papers that require more space to present their contribution, and short papers that present significant advances concisely. Papers can be between 8 and 16 pages (excluding references) in the single-column format, with the length reflecting the contribution of the paper.


Submitted papers must be anonymized for double-blind peer review, i.e., paper submissions must be appropriately anonymized to conceal the authors' identities and institutions. This means that authors are expected to remove author and institutional identities from the title and header areas of the paper. References to own prior work must be provided as appropriate but should be referred in a neutral manner.