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Rohit Ashok Khot <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 3 Jul 2018 12:02:20 +1000
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Dear all,

*Apologies for cross-posting.  International Summer School on Experimental
Play 2018-  sponsored by SIGCHI November 1 - 4, 2018, RMIT University,
Melbourne, AustraliaBuilding on the inaugural SIGCHI Summer School on
Playful Interactions held at RMIT University in 2017, we are organising the
2018 international summer school centred on the theme of “ Experimental
Play ”. This summer school is co-located with ACM CHI PLAY 2018, a SIGCHI
conference which is also happening in Melbourne, Australia, just a day
before. This summer school is lead by experts in the fields of game design,
player-computer interaction and games programming. With a hands-on approach
to teaching, we will cover the various aspects that are brought together in
modern game development and experimental game design research. There is a
strong focus on developing skills through practical sessions, which will
give students direct experience in building and studying games and most
importantly they will "learn about fun by having fun". To get more idea,
please check the short documentary covering the last year's summer school: <>We invite students
interested in modern game development and game design research to attend
the second SIGCHI sponsored Summer School on Experimental Play.  This is
for PhD and master students (but we also welcome advanced Bachelor
students) from around the world. The deadline for applying to this exciting
summer school is: 30th July 2018. Please submit your proposal containing:1)
1-page CV 2) 1-page motivation statementto:  rohitashok.khot[at]
<> For more info -
<>Look forward to seeing you
all. Please feel free to forward to any contacts you have who might be
interested. ThanksRohit, Floyd, Stefan and Fabio*


*Dr. Rohit Ashok Khot*

Vice-Chancellor's Postdoctoral fellow

School of Design, College of Design and Social Context,

RMIT University, Australia

*Personal website:*

CRICOS provider number 00122A

1st in Australia and 11th world for *Art and Design* 5*

(QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017)

RMIT acknowledges the Wurundjeri people as the traditional owners of the
land on which the University stands, and respectfully recognises Elders
past and present.

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