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Michael Barnett-Cowan <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 17 May 2022 14:50:25 +0000
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Dear colleagues,

 The ACM Symposium on Applied Perception (ACM SAP) provides an intimate forum for researchers who combine knowledge, methods, and insights from perception research and computer science disciplines. ACM SAP 2022 will be held online on September 22-23, 2022. The organizers plan to have online streaming and social interaction options for virtual attendance for both attendees and speakers.

Submission. The submission portal is now open, and we consider papers in all areas of applied perception, including all sensory modalities (vision, haptics, acoustics, proprioception, etc.). We welcome short and long papers of up to 4 and 8 pages respectively (not including references or appendices). Details can be found here:

 Invited ACM TAP Journal Publication. Under an agreement with the ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) and the ACM Publications Board, the strongest accepted papers will be offered publication as full papers in the ACM journal TAP (instead of appearing in the proceedings) after an additional review cycle.

 **Submission deadlines**
May 30th: Abstract submission
June 3rd: Paper submission
July 14th: Notifications
July 25th: Camera-ready version due for SAP papers; revised manuscripts due for TAP papers

 **Topics of interest**
SAP welcomes submissions related to all topics relevant to both perception and computer science such as:

* Application of perceptual research to any area of computer science, including but not limited to:
      * modeling, rendering, animation;
      * virtual environments, characters, avatars;
      * processing information from artificial sensors;
      * representation of data, communication of data, interaction with data;

* Applications of computer science to any area of perception, including but not limited to:
      * modeling natural perceptual systems;
      * simulating natural perceptual systems;

* Emerging topics such as animal perception, privacy, and security, novel sensors, studies that combine perception and computing research toward applications to healthcare, deep space exploration, cultural and ecological preservation, etc.

We are looking forward to your contributions.

Program Chairs
Ana Serrano, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
Michael Barnett-Cowan, University of Waterloo, Canada
Conference Chairs
Andrew Robb, Clemson University, USA
Manfred Lau, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
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