10th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INTERACTIVE DIGITAL STORYTELLING (ICIDS)
November 14-17, 2017
If you prefer, view this call online here
This year, the International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling
2017) will take place in Funchal, Madeira Islands, Portugal and be hosted
Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute <http://www.m-iti.org/>.
ICIDS <http://www.icids.org/> has its origin in a series of related
international conferences that ran between 2001 and 2007. Since 2008, ICIDS
became the premier annual venue that gathers researchers, developers,
practitioners and theorists to present and share the latest
and techniques in the expanding field of interactive storytelling and the
technologies that support it. ICIDS welcomes contributions from a large
range of fields and disciplines related to interactive storytelling.
We encourage original contributions in the forms of research papers,
position papers, posters and demonstrations, presenting new scientific
results, innovative theories, novel technological implementations, case
studies and creative artistic projects in the field of Interactive Digital
Storytelling and its possible applications in different domains. We
particularly welcome research on topics in five areas, such as storytelling
technologies and analyses and evaluation of systems. (More information)
Call <http://icids2017.m-iti.org/?page_id=232#papers> for Papers
• June 23rd, 2017 – Submission deadline – Authors are strongly advised to
their submissions well in advance of this deadline. (11:59 pm. HST)
• July 31st, 2017 – Papers accept/reject notifications sent.
• August 25th, 2017 – Paper camera-ready due.
Call <http://icids2017.m-iti.org/?page_id=232#workshops> for Workshops:
• July 7th, 2017 – Workshop proposal submission deadline
• August 4th, 2017 – Workshop accept/reject notifications sent.
Call for Papers, Posters and Doctoral Consortium (DC)
• August 4th, 2017 – Demo, Poster and DC submission deadline.
• August 25th, 2017 – Demo, Poster and DC accept/reject notifications.
• September 1st, 2017 – Demo, Poster and DC camera-ready due.
Call for Art Exhibition <http://icids2017.m-iti.org/?page_id=232#exhibition>
• August 4th, 2017 – Art Exhibition submission deadline.
• September 4th, 2017 – Art Exhibition accept/reject notifications.
• September 18th, 2017 – Submission of final materials for exhibition
<http://icids2017.m-iti.org/?page_id=232#volunteers> for Student Volunteers
<http://icids2017.m-iti.org/?page_id=232#volunteers>: Let’s keep the
conference organized and running smoothly!
• August 14th – Application deadline
• August 25st – Notification of acceptance
November 14-17, 2017 – ICIDS Conference.
The peer review process for ICIDS’17 is double blind – neither authors nor
reviewers are informed of the identity of the other party. All submissions
must follow the
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
(LNCS) format. Papers must be written in English, and only electronic
submissions in PDF format will be considered for review. Submissions that
receive high ratings in the peer review process will be selected for
publication by the program committee.
(More information <http://icids2017.m-iti.org/?page_id=232#guidelines>).
The submission categories are:
• Full papers (10-12 pages in the main proceedings) describing interesting,
novel results or completed work in all areas of interactive digital
storytelling and its applications.
• Short papers (6-8 pages in the main proceedings) presenting exciting
preliminary work or novel, thought-provoking ideas in their early stages.
• Demos and Posters (2-4 pages in the backmatter of the proceedings)
describing working, presentable systems or brief explanations of a research
• Doctoral Consortium (2-4 pages in the backmatter of the proceedings)
describing core topics, issues, problem statements, outcomes and/or
progress of a student’s PhD studies.
• Workshops (2-4 pages, not in proceedings) organizers must submit their
calls for participation to icids2017workshops [at] m-iti [dot] org
• *Works *for the Art Exhibition: ICIDS welcomes proposals for interactive
digital storytelling artworks that explore the curatorial theme "Time &
Tempo", and the engage with the challenge of combining computational
digital media and storytelling.
Valentina Nisi, Madeira-Interactive Technologies Institute, University of
Nuno Nunes, Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, PT
Ian Oakley, Busan University, KR
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