In the field of Human-Computer Interaction, publications at the premier conferences are internationally regarded equal, if not superior, to publications in top HCI journals. According to Google Scholar Metrics, ACM CHI (#1; h5-index: 86) and ACM UIST (#4; h5-index: 45) are among the top venues in the area Human-Computer Interaction with an acceptance rate of about 25%. ISS (until 2016 called ITS) and SUI are the leading venues for interactive displays and spatial user interfaces and have competitive acceptance rates of 25 – 35%. Conference Papers are fully reviewed and considered terminal publications. Late Breaking Works and Demos are mostly juried and are considered non-archival publications.