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The EuroVR association (
 would like to cordially invite you to contribute to EuroVR 2018


*15th Annual EuroVR conference*

22-23 October, 2018
London, UK


We are pleased to announce the 15th annual *EuroVR* conference *in London
on 22 – 23 October, 2018*, following Bremen (2014); Lecco (2015); Athens
(2016); and Laval (2017). This conference series began as part of the
INTUITION Network of Excellence in Virtual and Augmented Reality supported
by the European Commission from 2004 to 2008 and continued as the Joint
Virtual Reality Conferences (JVRC) of EuroVR, EGVE and ICAT from 2009 to
2013. This 2018 conference is being organised by UK members of the European
Association for Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality (EuroVR), namely,
University of Nottingham, Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) and
High Value Manufacturing Catapult (HVMC), Glasgow School of Arts, Imperial
College London and ImmerseUK.

*EuroVR 2018* bring together people from industry, commerce, and research
including technology developers, suppliers and all those interested in
virtual reality, augmented or mixed reality (VR, AR, MR) and 3D user
interfaces, to exchange knowledge and share experiences of new results and
applications, enjoy live demonstrations of current and emerging
technologies, and form collaborations for future work.


   - Scientific/Technical Track (14-20 page long papers or 8-10 page short
   papers, both in one column Springer format): original, unpublished papers
   documenting new research contributions, practice and experience, or novel
   applications in VR/AR/MR.
   - Industrial Track (1 page abstract): best practices, industrial use
   cases of VR/AR/MR, project results and demonstrations of VR/AR/MR
   applications in industry, and/or actual or potential transfers of academic
   - Poster Track (2 page abstract): recently completed work, work in
   progress, or publicly presentable ideas for unimplemented and/or unusual
   systems or applications.
   - Demonstration Track (2 pages abstract): live demonstrations of past
   and on-going projects. Technology developers and suppliers, exhibitors,
   digital artists and members of the VR/AR/MR industrial communities are all
   invited to exhibit and demonstrate the latest technologies and applications.

Authors of accepted scientific/technical papers and industrial track
submissions will be expected to attend the conference and make a 15-25
minute oral presentation. The authors of accepted posters and
demonstrations will have to make a brief oral presentation on their work in
addition to the poster or demo presentations.


Please, consult submission details here:

Scientific/Technical papers accepted by the International Program Committee
(IPC) will be published in a *Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) *series
edited by* Springer*. In addition, some of the best papers will be selected
by a special committee to be invited to submit an extended version to the *open
access journal Frontiers in Virtual Environments*.

All abstracts of industrial talks, poster and demo presentations, accepted
by their related committees will be published in an ISBN-registered USB key


Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

*Human factors issues*

   - User studies and evaluation
   - Presence and cognition
   - 3D user interfaces and/or 3D interaction metaphors
   - Self-representation and embodiment, virtual humans
   - Sickness and side effects
   - Realism, validity and fidelity
   - Cost effectiveness and cost efficiency


   - Virtual Reality (VR) system architecture
   - Collaborative and distributed VR
   - Augmented Reality (AR) and mobile devices
   - Augmented Virtuality (AV) and tangible interfaces
   - Mixed Reality (MR)
   - Tracking and motion technologies
   - Advances in display technologies
   - Image-based 3D modeling and rendering
   - Realistic graphic rendering of dynamic or complex scenes
   - 3D audio rendering and related technologies
   - Haptic systems and devices
   - Real-time modeling & simulation
   - Multimodal interaction in immersive environments
   - Immersive collaboration: technologies, use cases, management
   - Artificial Intelligence for VR or AR/AV/MR
   - Virtual humans for VR or AR/AV/MR


   - Industrial applications
   - Aerospace and Transport
   - Construction and Architecture
   - Manufacturing and Engineering
   - Medical and Rehabilitation
   - Product and Process design
   - Robotics
   - Training and Education
   - Cultural applications
   - Serious Gaming and Edutainment

For *Scientific/Technical papers (long & short)*, all submissions have to
be uploaded on the Online Conference Service (OCS) of Springer which will
be indicated on the EuroVR 2018 website soon:
        -       Submission : *June 15, 2018*
        -       Notification :* July 20, 2018*
*        -    *  Camera ready : *July 27, 2018*

For *Industrial abstracts, Poster & Demo (long abstract)*, all submissions
have to be uploaded on the EasyChair which will be indicated on the EuroVR
2018 website soon:
-       Submission : *Aug 3, 2018*
-       Notification : *Aug 31, 2018*
-       Camera ready : *Sep 7, 2018*

Early bird registration: *Sep 7, 2018*
Conference days:  *October 22-23, 2018*


*General Conference Chairs*
*Mirabelle D’Cruz* (University of Nottingham, UK)
*Joe Gabbard* (Virginia Tech, USA)
*Chris Freeman* (Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC)/High Value
Manufacturing Catapult (HVMC), UK)

*International Program Committee (IPC) Chairs*
*Patrick Bourdot* (VENISE/LIMSI CNRS, France)
*Sue Cobb* (HFRG, University of Nottingham, UK)
*Victoria Interrante* (University of Minnesota, USA)
*Hirokazu Kato* (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)
*Didier Stricker* (DFKI, Germany)

The full IPC is available here:

*Industrial Chairs*
*Jérome Perret* (Haption, France & Germany)
*Kaj Helin* (VTT, Finland)
*Rab Scott* (AMRC/HVMC, UK)
*Christoph Runde* (VDC, Germany)
*Martin Courchesne* (CEA, France).

*Poster & Demo Chairs*
*Lorenzo Picinali* (Imperial College London, UK)
*Richard Eastgate* (University of Nottingham, UK)
*Giannis Karaseitanidis* (ICCS, Greece)
*Krzysztof Walczak* (Poznan University of Economics, Poland)

*Exhibition and Sponsor Chairs*
*Chris Freeman* (HVMC/AMRC, UK)
*Fiona Killkenny* (ImmerseUK, UK)
*Birgit Berktold-Schulze* (BARCO, Belgium)
*Laurent Chretien* (Laval Virtuelle, France)
*Angelos Amditis* (ICCS, Greece)

*Publicity Chairs*
*Carrie Wooten* (KTN-UK)
*Matthieu Poyade* (GSA, UK)
*Harshada Patel* (HFRG, UK)
*Tara Solebury* (Arts & Humanities Research Council, AHRC)
*Francesca Sacchini* and *Daniele Spoladore* (ITA-CNR, Italy)

*Organizing committee*
*University of Nottingham* (UNott) – Mirabelle D’Cruz, Sue Cobb, Richard
Eastgate, Harshada Patel, Kirstie Dane
*Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre *(AMRC)* / High Value Manufacturing
Catapult *(HVMC) – Chris Freeman, Rab Scott
*Glasgow School of Arts (GSA)* - Matthieu Poyade
*Imperial College London (ICL)* – Lorenzo Picinali
*ImmerseUK* – Carrie Wooten, Fiona Killkenny
*EuroVR* - Marco Sacco, Francesca Sacchini, Daniele Spoladore, Patrick


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