Tag Archives: acra-2019

Venue

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The conference will be held on the University of Adelaide’s North Terrace Campus, just metres from the CBD.

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ACRA conference
The conference starts around 9 am each day.

As part of the conference package, all ACRA conference participants receive beverages upon arrival, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and dinners.

Submissions

Key dates
Firm Paper Submission Deadline: 23rd September 2019
Notification of Acceptance: 28th October 2019
Final Manuscript Deadline: 11th November 2019

Please note: in 2019 there is no ICRA dual submissions process – seperate submissions only.

Paper Format:
ACRA papers must be 6-10 pages in length (including text, references, figures and acknowledgements). Papers that do not follow these guidelines may be rejected without review.
Use this example paper as a guide, Exploiting Parallax in Panoramic Capture to Construct Light Fields by Donald Dansereau, David Wood, Sebastian Montabone and Stefan Williams (ACRA 2014).

Paper Templates:
LaTeX: style file: acra.sty, template: acra.tex, bibtex: named.bst
Microsoft Word | Star/OpenOffice: template: acra.rtf or acra.odt.

Presentation Format:
15 min in total (12 min presentation; 3 min question time).
Acceptance of all work at the conference is based on the quality of the submitted paper.
Attendance of a presenter at the conference is required for accepted papers to appear in the proceedings.