Welcome to the sixth CONVERSATIONS workshop on chatbot research, November 22-23, at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The workshop is free of charge and an excellent arena for keeping up within this rapidly advancing field.
Paper submission deadline: September 25 (extended). The accepted full papers are published in the Springer LNCS workshop proceedings.
Online sessions: The program will include two online sessions, so that you can engage and contribute even if you cannot make it to Amsterdam.
- Research papers: Full papers (8-16 pages) on new knowledge from empirical studies, theoretical contributions, or presentations of design research.
- Position papers and project presentations: Short presentations (3-6 pages) of ongoing projects, work in progress, or perspectives on chatbot research and practice.
- Groupwork proposals: Suggestions of 2 hour groupwork sessions at the workshop e.g. on engaging topics or challenges (1-3 pages). An excellent way to draw attention to issues of importance to the chatbot research community.
All papers submitted to the workshop will undergo a thorough double blind review process involving three independent reviewers. Groupwork proposals are selected by a jury consisting of the organizers.
Accepted full papers are published in the Springer LNCS workshop proceedings.
Accepted position papers and workshop proposals are made openly available at the workshop website.
- Submission deadline (extended): September 25
- Author notification: October 20
- Submission of revised papers: November 10
- Workshop: November 22-23
Hosted by the University of Amsterdam.
CONVERSATIONS 2022 is hosted by the University of Amsterdam, through its Digital Communication Methods Lab.
Workshop supporters: SINTEF and the Research Council of Norway, through the project Human Chatbot Interaction Design. University of Oslo, Department of Media and Communication.