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Rohit Khot <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 14 Aug 2017 23:40:43 +1000
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Rohit Khot <[log in to unmask]>
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Dear all,
Apologies for cross-posting.
We invite students from all parts of the world, to participate in the first
SIGCHI Sponsored Summer School on Playful Interactions 2017, happening at
RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.

The dates are: Nov. 11- 14, 2017.

In this five-day event, participants will learn about significant game
design concepts, game mechanics, and techniques that are increasingly used
in modern game development and game design research. There will be 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"*.

*Call for submissions:*
The summer school is primarily intended for the Ph.D. students and Masters
students undertaking a research degree, but we also welcome advanced
Bachelor students to register.
Please submit your proposal containing:
*1) 1-page CV (as PDF uploaded to Dropbox or other public URL)*
*2) 1-page motivation statement (again a PDF uploaded to a public URL)*

Submission deadline to send the proposal: *30th August 2017*
All submitted proposals are subject to acceptance by the committee members.
Proposals should be mailed to:
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Use this as subject line: *Summer school 2017 submission *
Registration cost: *USD 100*
(No need to pay money upfront, registration will open once you are formally
*** Students would also need to arrange their own travel and accommodation.

For more details, please visit:

Rohit, Floyd, Stefan and Fabio

Kind regards,
Dr. Rohit Ashok Khot.
Aspiring Imaginist.  <>

"Art in the blood is liable to take the strangest of forms."
- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

"Humans are creatures who spend their lives trying to convince themselves
their existence is not absurd."
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