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*Last Call for Papers - ACM Intelligent Virtual Agents Conference - IVA 
2019 *

*2-5 July 2019, Paris, France*


**DEADLINE EXTENSION. **Submission Deadline:**8th March 2019**

  * *ABSTRACTS need to be uploaded byMarch 1st
  * *Only submissions with*uploaded *abstracts will be able to submit a
    PAPER by theNEW DEADLINE,March 8th.*


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The 19th ACM International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents 
(IVA) will be held on July 2-5 2019 in Paris, France. The conference is 
organized by CNRS, Sorbonne University and Paris-Saclay University 
(France), and sponsored by ACM-SIGAI.

The IVA conference started in 1998 as a workshop on Intelligent Virtual 
Environments at the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence in 
Brighton, UK, which was followed by a similar one in 1999 in Salford, 
Manchester, UK. Then dedicated stand-alone IVA conferences took place in 
Madrid, Spain, in 2001, Irsee, Germany, in 2003, and Kos, Greece, in 
2005. Since 2006 IVA has become a full-fledged annual international 
event, which was first held in Marina del Rey, California, then Paris, 
France, in 2007, Tokyo, Japan, in 2008, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in 
2009, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, in 2010, Reykjavik, Iceland, in 
2011, Santa Cruz, USA, in 2012, Edinburgh, UK, in 2013, Boston, USA, in 
2014, Delft, The Netherlands, 2015, Los Angeles, USA, 2016, Stockholm, 
Sweden, 2017. IVA 2018 was held in Sydney, Australia.


We invite submissions of research full papers on a broad range of 
topics, including but not limited to: theoretical foundations of virtual 
agents, agent modeling and evaluation, agents in games and simulations, 
and applications of virtual agents. Extended abstracts presenting late 
breaking work are also welcome.

IVA 2019 is the 19th meeting of an interdisciplinary annual conference 
and the main leading scientific forum for presenting research on 
modeling, developing and evaluating Intelligent Virtual Agents (IVAs) 
with a focus on communicative abilities and social behavior. IVAs are 
interactive digital characters that exhibit human-like qualities and can 
communicate with humans and each other using natural human modalities 
like facial expressions, speech and gesture. They are capable of 
real-time perception, cognition, emotion and action that allow them to 
participate in dynamic social environments. In addition to presentations 
on theoretical issues, the conference encourages the showcasing of 
working applications.

IVA 2019’s special topic is “Social Learning”, that is learning while 
interaction socially; agents can learn from the humans and humans can 
learn from the agents. Agents can take different roles such as tutors, 
peers, motivators, coaches in training and in serious games. They can 
act as job recruiter, virtual patient, and nurse to name a few 
applications. With this topic in mind we are seeking closer engagement 
with industry and also with social psychologists.

For more information, please visit the IVA 2019 website:

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The papers and extended abstracts will be published in the ACM digital 
library. All submissions will be reviewed via a double-blind review 


Full papers

*Abstract Deadline: March 1, 2019*

Extended Deadline: March 1, 2019March 8, 2019

Notification of Acceptance: April 8, 2019

Camera Ready: April 22, 2019

Extended abstracts

Submission Deadline: March 1, 2019March 8, 2019

Notification of Acceptance: April 8, 2019

Camera Ready: April 22, 2019


Beatrice de Gelder (Maastricht University)

Rachael Jack (Glasgow University)

Verena Rieser (Heriot-Watt University)

Pierre-Yves Oudeyer (INRIA - Bordeaux)


_Conference Chairs_

Catherine Pelachaud, CNRS-ISIR, Sorbonne University, France

Jean-Claude Martin, CNRS-LIMSI, University Paris Saclay, France

_Program co-chairs_

Gale Lucas, USC Institute for Creative Technologies, USA

Hendrik Buschmeier, Bielefeld University, Germany

Stefan Kopp, Bielefeld University, Germany


IVA invites submissions on a broad range of topics, including but not 
limited to:

    *List of Topics*

*Socio-emotional agent models:*


    Cognition, machine learning and adaptation


    Emotion, personality and cultural differences


    Model of emotionally communicative behavior


    Model of conversational behavior


    Model of social skills


    Machine learning for endowing virtual agents with social skills

*Multimodal interaction:*


    Verbal and nonverbal coordination




    Interpersonal relation


    Multi-party interaction


    Model driven by theoretical foundations from psychology


    Data driven model

*Social agent architectures:*


    Design criteria and design methodologies


    Real-time human-agent interaction


    Incremental agent control


    Real-time integrated system

*Evaluation methods and studies:*


    Evaluation methodologies and user studies


    Ethical considerations and societal impact


    Applicable lessons from other fields (e.g. robotics)


    Social agents as a means to study and model human behavior



    Social skills training


    Virtual agents in games and simulations


    Applications in education, health, games, art

*Social learning:*


    Learning in social interaction


    Social skills acquisition model


    Learning in interaction with agents

WARNING: There is a conference called ICIVA 2019 that claims to be the 
21st International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents in Bali in 
October 2019. This conference is not the official IVA and is launched by 
an organization World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology 
that is unfortunately very famous for its predatory publishing practices.


Please note that no paper submitted to ICIVA 2019 in Bali will be 
published in the IVA 2019 proceedings.

Alexandre Pauchet
Associate Professor HDR
INSA Rouen Normandie - ASI Department - LITIS Lab
Phone: +33(0)2 32 95 98 58

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