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SCCW 2019: C&C 2019 Workshop on Sketching Creativity and Cognition

Hilton Regency Mission Bay

San Diego, CA, United States, June 23, 2019

Conference website

Submission link

Abstract registration deadline

May 13, 2019 - June 10, 2019

Submission deadline

June 10, 2019

Topics: sketching <;tid=59597>
creativity <;a=22031530>
cognition <;a=22031530>

The ACM Creativity & Cognition 2019 (C&C 2019) Workshop on Sketching
Creativity and Cognition (SCCW 2019)aims to provide a forum for researchers
in the various interdisciplinary fields to engage in and explore research
outcomes and discussions on sketching interactions, specifically for
interfaces that promote creativity and cognition.

Attendees of the workshop will actively experience sessions related to the
presentation, discussion, and sharing of discoveries and innovations that
target or leverage sketching interactions for interfaces in domains that
include the learning sciences, education, artificial intelligence, and
engineering. The workshop serves as a platform to encourage opportunities
of new collaborations and inspire growth for leveraging sketching
interactions towards creativity and cognition.
Submission Guidelines

The C&C 2019 Workshop on Sketching Creativity and Cognition invites the
following paper categories submissions investigating research works that
target or leverage sketching interactions on interfaces:


   Intention-to-Submit abstracts: Submissions for intention-to-submit
   abstracts allow authors to more optimally communicate their intentions to
   contribute a submission for submission to the workshop organizers, while
   also providing authors additional time to prepare and submit a completed

   Position papers: Submissions for position papers serve to describe and
   present a full topic on their position of sketching interactions in
   relation to creativity and cognition.

   Poster abstracts: Submissions for poster abstracts serve to describe and
   present early-stage work on the leveraging of sketching interactions for
   promoting creativity and cognition in a chosen domain or specialization.

Submissions will be judged on the following criteria:


   Criteria #1: strength of work

   Criteria #2: relevancy to workshop’s theme

   Criteria #3: adherence to submission requirements

List of Topics

The list of topics of research works can range in domains of interest or
specialization that include, but are not limited, to:


   the learning sciences


   the arts

   artificial intelligence


CommitteesProgram Committee


   General Co-Chair: Tracy Hammond, Texas A&M University

   General Co-Chair: Paul Taele, Texas A&M University

Organizing committee


   Organizer: Emily Loder, Texas A&M University

   Organizer: Blake Williford, Texas A&M University

   Organizer: Samantha Ray, Texas A&M University


The conference will be held in San Diego, California, USA.

Hyatt Regency Mission Bay
1441 Quivira Road
San Diego, California, USA, 92109

More information on travel logistics to the venue can be found at this

All questions about submissions should be emailed to: Paul Taele (
[log in to unmask]), Program Committee General Co-Chair.

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