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"Georgios N. Yannakakis" <[log in to unmask]>
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Georgios N. Yannakakis
Mon, 8 Mar 2010 19:18:28 +0100
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Final call for papers - Paper submission deadline: March 15, 2010

                                ***** 1 week left! ****

2010 IEEE Conference on Computational Intelligence and Games (CIG)

Center for Computer Games Research, IT University of Copenhagen,
Denmark, August 18-21, 2010

NEWS: Keynotes, Special Sessions, Tutorials and Competitions



- Steve Rabin, Nintendo of America & DigiPen, USA
- Marc Cavazza, University of Teesside, UK
- Bruce Damer, DigitalSpace, USA
- Espen Aarseth, Center for Computer Games Research, Denmark
- Johan Pfannenstill, Ubisoft Massive, Sweden


- Emotion in Games - Sensing and inducing player experience and affect
- AI and Computational Intelligence for Real-time Strategy games
- Game Mining
- Computational Intelligence in Racing Games


- Dan Ashlock, "So you've evolved some strategies: now what?"
- Cyril Brom, "Basic AI techniques for videogame characters"
- Christian Thurau, "Game Mining"


- 2k Bot Prize
- Simulated Car Racing Championship
- Ms Pac-Man Competition
- Mario AI Championship
- RTS Competition


Games have proven to be an ideal domain for the study of
computational intelligence as not only are they fun to play
and interesting to observe, but they provide competitive and
dynamic environments that model many real-world problems.
Additionally, methods from computational intelligence promise
to have a big impact on game technology and development,
assisting designers and developers and enabling new types of
computer games. The 2010 IEEE Conference on Computational
Intelligence and Games aims to bring together leading researchers and
practitioners from academia and industry alike to share the latest
advances in computational intelligence as applied to games.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

    * Learning in games
    * Coevolution in games
    * Neural-based approaches for games
    * Fuzzy-based approaches for games
    * Player/Opponent modeling in games
    * CI/AI-based game design
    * Multi-agent and multi-strategy learning
    * Applications of game theory
    * Procedural content generation
    * CI for Player Affective Modeling
    * Intelligent Interactive Narrative
    * Imperfect information and non-deterministic games
    * Player satisfaction and experience in games
    * Theoretical or empirical analysis of CI techniques for games
    * Comparative studies and game-based benchmarking
    * Computational and artificial intelligence in:
          o Video games
          o Board and card games
          o Economic or mathematical games
          o Serious games
          o Augmented and mixed-reality games
          o Games for mobile platforms

The conference will consist of a single track of oral presentations,
tutorial and special sessions, and live competitions. The
proceedings will be placed in IEEE Xplore, and made freely available
on the conference website after the conference.


Paper submission deadline: March 15, 2010
Decision Notification:       May 15, 2010
Camera-ready Submission:    June 15, 2010
Conference starts:        August 18, 2010


General Chairs:
Georgios N. Yannakakis and Julian Togelius

Programme Chairs:
Michael Mateas, Risto Miikkulainen and Michael Young

Proceedings Chair:
Pier Luca Lanzi

Competitions Chair:
Simon M. Lucas

Industrial Liaison Chair:
Alex Champandard

Local Organizers:
Anders Drachen, Paolo Burelli and Tobias Mahlmann

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