CHI Proceedings Format

CHI Proceedings Formats

Page last updated: 27th March 2019.

Given the many problems with the Paper templates for CHI 2019, especially with the Word template, we have decided to go back to a slight variant of the CHI 2018 template for CHI 2020. Please use the templates below when submitting Papers only. For other submission types, please see the CHI Extended Abstracts format (below). There are three (3) options available:

  • LaTeX Template for Papers – Download .zip (updated: 03.06.19)
  • Overleaf project Template please check your PDF for spurious characters (including the references block) and fix them before submission. (updated: 01.06.19)
  • Latex citations: Please use \bibliographystyle{SIGCHI-Reference-Format} to produce numerical citations (i.e., do not alter the bibliography style currently used in the template).
  • Microsoft Word Template for PapersDownload .docx (updated: 01.06.19)
  • PDF Example for PapersDownload .pdf (updated: 03.06.19)

CHI Extended Abstracts Format

This template should be used for submitting to the workshops, courses, case studies, doctoral consortium, panels, interactivity, SIGs, late-breaking works, alt.chi, and student competitions venues (This template is NOT for submitting papers, use the CHI Proceedings format (above) for submitting Papers). You can use one of the following three (3) templates:

  • LaTeX Template for Extended AbstractsDownload .zip (updated: 03.06.19)
  • Overleaf project Template please check your PDF for spurious characters (including the references block) and fix them before submission. (updated: 01.06.19)
  • Latex citations: Please use \bibliographystyle{SIGCHI-Reference-Format} to produce numerical citations (i.e., do not alter the bibliography style currently used in the template).
  • Microsoft Word Template for Extended AbstractsDownload .docx (updated: 01.06.19)
  • PDF Example for Extended AbstractsDownload .pdf (updated: 03.06.19)

Digital Accessibility

The CHI conference committee is asking all authors to work on improving the accessibility of their submissions. Please see the Guide to an Accessible Submission for more details.

Technical Support

If you have LaTeX-specific questions, please review the User and Implementation Guide first.

ACM is happy to provide authors working with LaTeX class and Word files technical help. Please direct your technical query to: acmtexsupport@aptaracorp.com

All email queries will be responded to within 24 hours.