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Apologies for cross-posting, please consider and distribute.

Due requests, we extend the MOCO'19 submission deadline and adapt a two-stage metadata/submission process:

The submission of abstract/keywords/Author metadata is extended until March 13.
Submission of the final papers in all categories is extended until March 31.

Notification and camera-ready paper dates remain the same.

Notification:                                     23 May 2019
Camera ready papers:                    30 June 2019

Looking forward to receiving your moving papers, and meet you in Tempe, AZ, 10-12th October 2019.
If you have any questions, please contact: [log in to unmask]

Cumhur, Sofia and Grisha

6th International Conference on Movement and Computing (MOCO19)

10-12th October,  Tempe, Arizona
Arizona State University, USA

Arizona State University [ASU] will host the 2019 the 6th International Conference on
Movement and Computing [MOCO] which is to be held in Tempe, Arizona.

The MOCO 2019 theme will be Movement Imaginaries. Paper presentations,
 panels, performances, demos, workshops on all MOCO-related topics are
 welcome. MOCO is an interdisciplinary conference that explores the use
 of computational technology to support and understand human movement
 practice, as well as movement as a means of interacting with
 computers. We welcome submissions with an interdisciplinary
 understanding of movement that ranges from biomechanics to embodied
 cognition and the phenomenology of bodily experience and
 identities. We therefore invite submissions from a wide range of
 disciplines including, but not limited to: Human-Computer Interaction,
 Psychology, Dance, Artificial Intelligence, Neuroscience, Sports
 Science, Machine Learning, Cognitive Science, Visual Arts, Robotics,
 Philosophy, Anthropology, Music, Affective Computing, Games,
 Healthcare and Animation.

 All proposal abstracts for roundtables, panel sessions, contributed
 papers, and posters must be submitted by Sunday, March 31,, 2019
 (midnight EDT). See <> for more
Important Dates

Submission deadline:                     13 March 2019 (Metadata), 31 March 2019 (final submission)
Notification:                                     23 May 2019
Camera ready papers:                    30 June 2019

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