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Hi,

we are pleased to announce that the deadline for submitting long papers, 
workshop and tutorial proposals for Academic MindTrek 2010 has been 
extended! Papers and proposals in the above categories should now be in 
by 9th May at the very latest!

The conference has altogether 5 tracks featuring the following themes: 
1) Social Media, 2) Ambient and Ubiquitous Media, 3) Digital Games, 4) 
Open Source, 5) Media Business, Media Production and Media Management.
All the accepted papers will be published in the ACM digital library. 
There are also plans to publish a selected set of papers as a book. For 
more details, the CfP and submission guidelines, see 
http://www.mindtrek.org/2010/academic

Looking forward to seeing you in Tampere!

Heljä Franssila

 > =============================================================
 > Academic MindTrek 2010: Call for Papers, Tutorials and Workshops
 > 6th - 8th October, 2010, Tampere, Finland
 >
 > http://www.mindtrek.org/2010/academic
 > =============================================================
 >
 > The MindTrek Association hosts MindTrek as a yearly conference, and 
the Academic MindTrek conference has been a part of this unique set of 
events, comprising competitions, world famous keynote speakers, plenary 
sessions, media festivals, and workshops since 1997. It is a meeting 
place where experts and thinkers present results from their latest work 
regarding the development of Internet, interactive media, and the 
information society.
 >
 > September 6th is the main Academic day, featuring the following 
themes: 1) Social Media, 2) Ambient and Ubiquitous Media, 3) Digital 
Games, 4) Open Source, 5)
 > Media Business, Media Production and Media Management.
 >
 > Submission Deadlines
 > - EXTENDED TO 9th May: Deadline for long papers, workshops and 
tutorial proposals (6-8 pages)
 > - 21st May: submission of short papers, poster presentations and tool 
demonstrations (3-4 pages)
 > - 30th July: paper submission deadline for workshops
 > - 1st August: Camera ready papers and copyright forms
 >
 > Key-Dates
 > - 15th May: notification for workshops & tutorials
 > - 28th May: notification of acceptance/rejection for long papers
 > - 24th June: notification of short papers and posters
 > - 6th-8th October 2010: MindTrek academic conference

-- 

Heljä Franssila
project manager
Department of Information Studies and Interactive Media (INFIM)
University of Tampere
Finland
GSM +358 50 5749725
http://www.uta.fi/laitokset/infim/

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