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Cecilia Aragon <[log in to unmask]>
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From: Yuhua Luo - <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Sat, Mar 8, 2014 at 7:18 PM
Subject: CDVE2014 Call for papers, Deadline April 1, 2014. The 11th
International Conference on Cooperative Design, Visualization and
Engineering
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*CDVE2014 Call for Papers: Deadline April 1, 2014. The 11th International
Conference on Cooperative Design, Visualization and Engineering, Seattle WA*

The international conference CDVE 2014
(http://www.cdve.org<http://www.cdve.org/cfpaper.html>)
will be held in the US for the first time after 10 conferences in Europe
and Asia. Taking place in Seattle WA in September 2014, its focus is on
cooperative applications and approaches to design, visualization, and
engineering. Paper deadline is April 1, 2014. Long papers are 8 pages and
short papers are 4 pages. All accepted papers will be published by Springer
in Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). Selected expanded papers may
be published in special issues of the Journal of Computer Supported
Cooperative Work or the Journal of Concurrent Engineering.

Submissions are welcomed in the following areas:

Cooperative Design (CD)
* Multiple user, multiple location collaborative design applications
* Concurrent design, collaborative editing, real time user interactions
* Demonstrating feasibility and applicability in CD
* Cooperative User Experience (UX) design
* Design for total life cycle support: from design to manufacturing or
construction
* Cooperative design analysis, verification, integration and
interoperability, standards
* Scenarios, case studies of cooperative design in mechanical engineering,
aero-space engineering, building architecture, engineering and
construction, automobile, microelectronics, software engineering,
entertainment and other areas
* Special issues in cooperative design

Cooperative visualization (CV)
* Multiple user, multiple location visualization, concurrent visualization,
* System architecture, prototypes, user interfaces for CV: web
applications, textual and multimedia 2D, 3D desktop interfaces, 3D virtual
world environments, and multiple user embedded systems.
* Large scale, massive data storage, access, exploration, and manipulation,
for cooperative visualization
* Multi-resolution and other efficient computer graphics, visualization
algorithms for cooperative visualization
* Visualization in multiple user games, networked games, simulation
visualization for multiple users

Cooperative Engineering (CE)
* Total life cycle support: from design to manufacturing and construction
* Collaborative process planning, scheduling, control, conformance testing
and interoperability checking, cooperative decision making.
* Human-machine interfaces, frameworks, reference models, architectures,
tools and systems for CE
* Concurrent prototyping, manufacturing and engineering.
* Concurrent process modeling, product modeling, reference models, business
models, data representations and standards.
* Integration and interoperability, intelligent infrastructures and
automated methods for integrating systems, multi-level integration,
enterprise integration
* Long-term large scale project data archiving, access, concurrent data
control for CE
* Smart grids
* Industrial scenarios, case studies of CE: in mechanical engineering,
aero-space engineering, AEC (architecture, engineering and construction),
automobile, microelectronics, and others

Basic Theories, methods and technologies that support CDVE (BT)
* Distributed systems, grid systems, real time systems, groupwares
* Cloud computing for cooperative  work
* Algorithms, architectures, frameworks, platforms for CDVE
* Data consistency, concurrent processing, middleware, agent based methods
* Collaborative and multimode working environment
* Design patterns, reusability and component-based methods
* Communication, transport, application protocols for CDVE
* Internet computing, web environment for collaborative working
* Knowledge management, information systems, large databases, data-mining
* Semantic Technologies for Information-Integrated Collaboration
* Ontology for information sharing, cooperative applications
* Security for CDVE
* Human machine interaction for CDVE

Cooperative Applications (CA)
* Cooperative learning
* Multiple user gaming
* Cooperative decision making
* Social networks
* Cooperative Internet of Things (IoT)
* Collaborative Information Seeking
* Information integration in sensor networks
* Collaborations in emergency response and disaster management
* Collaborative mobile systems, group interaction in mobile system and
mobility communities
* Collaborative robots and human robot interaction
* Collaboration technologies and systems for healthcare
* Web based cooperation tools, cooperative web design such as Wiki's
* Other cooperative applications

*Deadline*: April 1, 2014

*Conference Dates*: September 14-17, 2014, Seattle WA

*Submissions:* http://www.cdve.org/submit.html

*Conference Website:*  http://www.cdve.org<http://www.cdve.org/cfpaper.html>


Program committee

*Conference Chair*
Professor Yuhua Luo  University of Balearic Islands, Spain

*Program Committee Chair *
Professor Dieter Roller  University of Stuttgart, Germany

 Members

   Cecilia R. Aragon University of Washington USA  Jose Alfredo Costa Federal
University,  UFRN Brazil  Peter Demian Loughborough University UK  Carrie
Sturts  Dossick University of Washington USA  Susan Finger Carnegie Mellon
University USA  Sebastia  Galmes University of Balearic Islands Spain  Halin
  Gilles School of Architecture of Nancy France  Matti Hannus Technical
Research Centre of Finland Finland  Shuangxi Huang Tsinghua University China
Jian  Huang University of Tennessee USA  Tony Huang University of Tasmania
Australia  Claudia-Lavinia Ignat INRIA France  Jessie Kennedy Edinburgh
Napier University UK  Ursula  Kirschner Leuphana University Lüneburg Germany
Harald Klein Siemens AG Germany  Jean-Christophe Lapayre Centre National de
la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) France  Francis Lau University of Hong Kong
HongKong  Pierre Leclercq University of Liege Belgium  Jang Ho  Lee Hongik
University South Korea  Jos P. Leeuwen Universidade da Madeira Portugal  Ken
Lin Google Inc. USA  Kwan-Liu Ma University of California,  Davis USA  Mary
Lou Maher University of North Carolina Charlotte  USA  Toan Nguyen INRIA
France  Moira C. Norrie  ETH Zurich Switzerland  Manuel Ortega Castilla -
La Mancha University Spain  Niko Salonen Rolls-Royce Oy Ab Finland  Marc
Aurel  Schnabel The Chinese University of Hong Kong China  Weiming
Shen National
Research Council of Canada Canada  Ram Sriram National Institute of
Standards & Technology USA  Chengzheng Sun Nanyang Technological University
Singapore  Thomas Tamisier Public Research Centre - G. Lippmann Luxembourg
Carlos Vila Jaume I University Spain  Xiangyu  Wang Curtin University
Australia  Nobuyoshi Yabuki Osaka University Japan

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