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Gesendet: Donnerstag, 18. Jšnner 2007 14:46
Betreff: ACE 2007: Call for short papers, posters, demos and interactive user experience show cases: DL: February 9th, 2007


ACE 2007 - Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology 

invites you to submit short papers, demos, posters, panels or show cases. 

*         Deadline for short papers, posters, demos, panels and interactive user experience show cases: February 9th, 2007

*         Deadline for industrial case studies: May 4th, 2007

For submissions of papers use our online submission tool <> . Please follow the ACM SIG Submission Format.

All accepted papers are published in the conference proceedings (ACM Press) and on DVD, and are made available in ACMs digital library!

The conference will take place June 13th - 15th, 2007 in Salzburg, Austria.

Recently, the field of computer entertainment technology has aroused great interest amongst researchers and developers in both academic and industrial / business fields as it is duly recognized to show high promise of bringing on exciting new forms of human computer interaction. Now deemed to deserve both serious academic research, as well as major industry and business uptake, techniques used in computer entertainment are also seen to translate into advances in research ranging from industrial training, collaborative work, novel interfaces, novel multimedia, network computing, and ubiquitous computing. 

The purpose of this conference is to bring together academic and industry researchers, artists and designers, and computer entertainment developers and practitioners, to address and advance the research and development issues related to computer entertainment. 

The conference covers analysis, design, evaluation and application of new concepts, prototypes and products in the area of computer entertainment. For further information please visit: <> 

Regina Bernhaupt and Stephane Natkin (Program Chairs ACE 2007)

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