tisdag, november 29, 2005

CFP: Digital Technologies and Performance Arts (Doncaster, UK). Due Jan. 6

Second International Conference for Digital Technologies
and Performance Arts
Doncaster, June 2006
School of Intermedia and Performance Arts
Faculty of Arts, University Centre, Doncaster College
June 26, 27, 28, 2006
Call for Papers, Workshops, Performances

Following the success of the 1st International Conference for Digital Technologies and Performance Arts, the School of Intermedia and Performance Arts at Doncaster College announces DTPA 2006. This interdisciplinary conference provides a forum for those in the field of theatre, dance, music and performance (researchers, practitioners, educators, systems developers) for a dynamic and exciting exchange of approaches surrounding the use of new media technologies in live performance.
Proposals are invited for papers, performances, presentations/workshops, and poster presentations on the following topics:

 Apart from papers in conventional format (30 minutes) there will be the opportunity for practitioner-researchers to offer

i)               performances with corresponding documentation for post-production peer discussion,

ii)              performance workshops  

iii)             digital technologies workshops

iv)            performative installations with related paper. (all 60 minutes).

Presenters may also wish to submit written papers for publication prior to, or following the conference, in the new International Journal of Digital Media and Performance Arts. (http://www.intellectbooks.com/journals/padm.htm)
Proposals for research papers should be about 200-300 words.
Proposals for performances and installations should be submitted with an outline of about 200-300 words and either audio CD or DVD, as well as full details of technical and spatial requirements.
Workshop proposals should also be about 200-300 words with additional full details of technical and spatial requirements.

All expressions of interest should be forwarded by January 6, 2006 to:
Dr Dave Collins
School of Intermedia & Performance Arts
Doncaster College
High Melton
Notification of acceptance of papers will be sent out by the end of March 2006.
Performing arts companies and independent artists may have conference fees waived, but will be responsible for their own travel and accommodation fees.

A registration form for this conference is available at:

CFP: AMCIS2006 Minitrack on Mobile Services

Call for Papers

AMCIS Minitrack on Mobile Services
August 4-6, 2006
Acapulco, Mexico

Submission deadline is March 1, 2006.

Full details:


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ED-MEDIA 2006 Call (Orlando, Florida): Due Dec. 19

>> Call for Participation Deadline: December 19th <<

* Please forward to a colleague *



World Conference on Educational Multimedia,
Hypermedia & Telecommunications

June 26-30, 2006 * Orlando, Florida


** Submissions Due: Dec. 19, 2005 **

Organized by
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE)

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Available to Print & Distribute (PDF to print; 200kb)

>> CONTENTS & LINKS (details below) <<

1. Call for Papers and Submission & Presenter Guidelines, Deadline
Dec. 19th:

2. Major Topics: www.aace.org/conf/edmedia/topics.htm

3. Presentation Categories: http://www.aace.org/conf/edmedia/
4. NEW: Student Panel Dissertation Help Sessions:

5. Corporate Showcases & Demonstrations: http://www.aace.org/conf/

6. Proceedings & Paper Awards: http://www.aace.org/pubs
7. For Budgeting Purposes: http://www.aace.org/conf/edmedia/rates.htm

8. Orlando, Florida: http://www.aace.org/conf/Cities/Orlando/
9. Deadlines: http://www.aace.org/conf/edmedia/deadlines.htm

ED-MEDIA 2006--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia &
Telecommunications is an international conference, sponsored by the
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). This
annual conference serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the
and exchange of information on the research, development, and
on all topics related to multimedia, hypermedia and
telecommunications/distance education.

ED-MEDIA, the premiere international conference in the field, spans all
disciplines and levels of education and attracts more than 1,500
from over 60 countries. We invite you to attend ED-MEDIA and submit
proposals for presentations.

All presentation proposals are peer reviewed and selected by three
reviewers on the
respected international Program Committee for inclusion in the
conference program, proceedings book, and CD-ROM proceedings.

For Call for Presentations, connect to:

All authors MUST follow the submission guidelines and complete the
Web form at:

For Presentation and AV Guidelines, see:

* Keynote Speakers
* Invited Panels/Speakers
* Papers
* Panels
* Demonstrations/Posters
* Corporate Showcases & Demonstrations
* Tutorials/Workshops
* Student Panel Dissertation Help Sessions
* Roundtables


The scope of the conference includes, but is not limited to, the
major topics as they relate to the educational and developmental
aspects of
multimedia/hypermedia and telecommunications. For subtopics, please

1. Infrastructure: (in the large)
2. Tools & Content-oriented Applications:
3. New Roles of the Instructor & Learner:
4. Human-computer Interaction (HCI/CHI):
5. Cases & Projects:
6. Special Strand: ** Universal Web Accessibility **

The Technical Program includes a wide range of interesting and useful
designed to facilitate the exchange of ideas and information.

Student Panel Dissertation Help Sessions
Submissions are invited for the ED-MEDIA Student Panel Dissertation
Help Sessions (DHS). The DHS will provide an opportunity for students
at any stage in their graduate studies (ie. Masters, EdD, or PhD
level) to present their work to an audience of peers and faculty.
This will be a friendly and constructive event designed to provide
participants with valuable feedback on their dissertation effort from
leading professors and a variety of peers.


Companies have the opportunity to demonstrate and discuss their
technology products and services in through Corporate Showcases and

Accepted papers will be published by AACE in the Proceedings Book and
on CD-ROM.
Proceedings in this series serve as major resources in the multimedia/
hypermedia/telecommunications community, reflecting the current state of
the art in the discipline. In addition, the Proceedings also are
internationally distributed through and archived in the Education and
Information Technology Digital Library, http://www.EdITLib.org

Selected papers may be invited for publication in may be invited for
publication in AACE's respected journals especially in the
- Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia (JEMH),
- International Journal on E-Learning (IJEJ), or
- Journal of Interactive Learning Research (JILR).

All presented papers will be considered for Best Paper Awards within
several categories.
Award winning papers may be invited for publication in the AACE


The conference registration fee for all presenters and participants
will be
approximately $395 U.S. (AACE members), $450 U.S. (non-members).
Registration includes proceedings on CD, receptions, and all sessions
except tutorials. The conference dinner will be an extra fee.

All conference sessions will be held at the Renaissance Orlando
Resort at SeaWorld (http://www.aace.org/conf/edmedia/hotel.htm)
located in the heart of Orlando's amusement parks, shopping,
restaurants, and entertainment. Special discount hotel and airline
rates have been obtained for ED-MEDIA participants.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA: Sensational!

World-renowned art galleries and museums. Distinctive dining. High-
energy nightlife. Hair-raising roller coasters. Sumptuous dining.
Inspiring scenery and nature. Major-league shopping. Tropical
breezes. Invigorating spas. Unrivaled theme parks and attractions.
And of course, miles of smiles. All the essential ingredients for an
over-the-top vacation. And all in one place - Orlando!

For further Orlando information see:
http://www.orlandoinfo.com | http://www.flausa.com


Submissions Due: December 19, 2005
Authors Notified: February 23, 2006
Proceedings File Due: May 2, 2006
Early Registration: May 2, 2006
Hotel Reservations: May 25, 2006
Conference: June 26-30, 2006

To be added to the mailing list for this conference, link
to http://www.aace.org/info.htm

If you have a question about ED-MEDIA, please send an e-mail to
AACE Conference Services, conf@aace.org

AACE--Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education
P.O. Box 1545
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torsdag, november 24, 2005

CFP: Fifth International Workshop on Wireless Information Systems

The Fifth International Workshop on Wireless Information Systems (WIS 2006)

May 23, 2006
Paphos, Cyprus

In conjunction with the Eighth International Conference on Enterprise
Information Systems (ICEIS 2006)


Dr. Qusay H. Mahmoud
Dept. of Computing & Information Science
University of Guelph
Guelph, Canada

Dr. Hans Weghorn
Information Technology & Applied Computer Science
BA-University of Cooperative Education
Stuttgart, Germany

Background and Goals

Wireless computing is an emerging field that promises new approaches for
developing information systems that offer benefits related to flexibility of
distribution, costs, and mobility. This emerging field poses new challenges to
the research community such as faster time-to-market, quality of wireless
information, security concerns, and others.

Following the success of the first WIS 2002 in Spain, WIS 2003 in France, WIS
2004 in Porto, and WIS 2005 in Miami this workshop will serve as a forum for
researchers and practitioners to meet and share expertise in this emerging

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Innovative wireless applications, protocols, and systems
Applications for the mobile enterprise
Middleware for wireless information systems
Location-based wireless services
Context-aware wireless services
Agents for wireless information systems
Databases for wireless information systems
Data mining in wireless information systems
Design techniques and tools for wireless information systems
Mobile commerce
QoS for wireless data services
Wireless information architectures
Wireless security and privacy
Papers on related topics are also welcome

Format of the Workshop

The workshop will be for two days with oral presentations, discussions, and
invited talks.

Submission of Papers
Prospective authors are invited to submit papers in any of the areas listed
above. All papers must be written in English, and the length of the paper
should not exceed 5,000 words or 10 pages (including figures and tables).
Papers (in PDF format) should be submitted online through the online submission

Workshop Proceedings
All accepted papers will be published in workshop proceedings book with an
ISBN#, which will be printed by ICEIS Press. The proceedings will be available
at the time of the workshop.

Important Dates
Paper Submission: January 16, 2006 (w/o exceptions)
Author Notification: February 17, 2006
Final camera-ready: March 17, 2006
Workshop: May 23-24, 2006

Workshop Program Committee
Michela Bertolotto, University College Dublin (Ireland)
Stephane Bressan, National University of Singapore (Singapore)
Alfredo Goni, University of the Basque Country (Spain)
Christina Braz, University of Quebec, Montreal (Canada)
Silke Holtmanns, Nokia Research (Finland)
Ahmed Kamel, Concordia College (USA)
Birgitta Koenig-Ries, University of Jena (Germany)
Seng Loke, Monash University (Australia)
Saravanan Muthaiyah, George Mason University (USA)
Daniel Goergen, University of Trier (Germany)
Diego Lz. de Ipiña, University of Deusto (Spain)
Alan Messer, Samsung (USA)
Cornel Klein, Siemens (Germany)
Micheal Sheng, University of New South Wales (Australia)
Marko Schuba, Ericsson Research (Germany)
Jari Veijalainen, University of Jyvaskyla (Finland)
Yolanda Villate, University of Zaragoza (Spain)
Andy Zott, Nokia Mobile Phones (Germany)

Workshop Location
The workshop will be held in conjunction of the Eighth International Conference
on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS 2006) in Paphos, Cyprus.

Registration Information
At least one author of an accepted paper must register for the workshop. If the
registration fees are not received by March 17, 2006, the paper will not be
published in the proceedings. For registering go to


fredag, november 18, 2005

Deadline extended to NOV 30 for Edutainment 2006 (Conference on E-learning and Games)

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to invite you submit papers for Edutainment 2006
(Conference on E-learning and Games.
The deadline is extended to Nov. 30,2005 based on the requests from
many authors.

Edutainment’2006 is an international conference on research and
development on E-Learning and digital
entertainment. The main purpose of the conference is the discussion,
information and opinions exchange
on development and use of such systems. It will provide a very
interesting opportunity for researchers
that want to attend or present communications at these events. The
conference will include plenary invited
talks, workshops, tutorials, paper presentation tracks and panel
discussions. Participation is open
to everyone, not requiring submission of a paper.
The conference proceedings for all the papers will be published as
a volume in Lecture Notes in Computer

Web site: http://www.cad.zju.edu.cn/vrmm/edutainment/

Submission Mailbox:Edutainment06@cad.zju.edu.cn

Prof. Zhigeng Pan
VR and Digital entertainment Division
State Key Lab of CAD&CG, Zhejiang University,
Hangzhou, 310027, P.R.China
TEL: 86-571-88206681-509
Fax: 86-571-88206680

潘志庚 博士

CFP: The Twelfth International Conference on Distributed Multimedia Systems

DMS 2006 Call For Papers

The Twelfth International Conference on Distributed Multimedia Systems

Grand Canyon, USA

August 30 - September 1, 2006


Organized by
Knowledge Systems Institute Graduate School


The DMS conference is an international conference series, which covers a
spectrum of technique discussions, demonstrations, and student

contests in the fields of distributed multimedia computing. Started
in 1994,
series of conference has been held at Hawaii, Hong Kong, Vancouver,
Wakamatsu, Japan, San Francisco, Miami and Canada. This time, the
be held at the Grand Canyon Best Western Squire Inn, USA.


The theme of DMS'2006 is how to bridge the gap between communication and
intelligence. DMS'2006 focuses on techniques, systems, applications, and
in the fields of distributed multimedia computing. The conference
contributions of high quality papers, panels or tutorials, addressing
aspects of distributed multimedia systems and applications, for
the conference and publication in the proceedings. Topics of interest
include, but
are not limited to:

Audio and video compression
MPEG, Quicktime, Windows API standards
Image, video, audio content analysis and indexing/retrieval
Image, video and audio watermark
3D audio and video
Computer graphics and animation
Modeling and analysis of distributed multimedia systems
OS support for distributed multimedia systems
Distributed multimedia databases and computing
Multi-paradigmatic information retrieval
Multimedia human-computer interaction
Multimedia communications and network architectures
Mobile networks and mobile computing
Multimedia stream synchronization and QoS control/scheduling
Multimedia software engineering
Multimedia processors and ASIC
Multimedia technologies for people with disability
Intelligent multimedia computing
Intelligent multimodal interaction
Multi agents, mobile agents and their applications
Communication encryption
Security of distributed computer systems
Web servers and services
XML applications
Java, VRML and multimedia languages
Visual and multidimensional languages for multimedia applications
Multimedia digital libraries and mail systems
Multimedia applications for CSCW
Multimedia authoring tools and intelligent tutoring
Cultural heritage multimedia applications
Tele-conferencing, tele-medicine and tele-lecture
Virtual reality, distributed virtual environment, and their applications
Virtual school, virtual university, and virtual learning community
Distance learning methodology, tools and systems
E-commerce, e-education and e-entertainment

The use of prototypes and demonstration video for presentations is


This year, DMS'2006 will be held in conjunction with workshops,
special sections. Papers submitted to workshops or special sessions are
invited by
the program committee chairs of the workshops/sections. This joint
aims to collect research results from different perspectives. The
workshops and conferences are being planned:

International Workshop on Visual Languages and Computing
International Workshop on Mobile Systems, E-Commerce and Agent
International Workshop on Distance Education Technology

Please contact the conference program co-chairs if you are interested in
organizing a workshop or a special session. A one-page proposal with the
items is required:

Title of the workshop/special session
Name of the program committee chair(s)
A list of program committee members
E-mail address of the corresponding program committee chair
A brief description of the theme

Each special session should include at least 5 invited (or accepted)
workshop should include at least 2 special sessions (10 papers). Paper
process of the workshop/special session will be arranged by the
committee chair. It is the responsibility of the individual chairs to
quality of papers in the workshop/special sessions. The schedule of
workshops/special sessions will be the same as the main conference (See
Dates below). Each individual program committee chair can set up the Web
site of
the workshop/special session. However papers will be printed in the same
volume as
the main conference.


The DMS conference is closely coordinated with the International
Journal of
Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, the Journal of Visual
and Computing and the International Journal of Distance Education
Usually the best ranked papers from the conference, after rigorous
extensive revisions and further enhancements, will appear in one or more
issues of the above journals. Papers suggested for the special issue
(s) will
reviewed by external reviewers following the standard procedure of
stipulated by the respective journal.


The DMS2006 Conference will be held at the Grand Canyon Best Western
(South Rim). The hotel has made available for these limited dates
9/1/2005) to DMS2006 attendees a discount rate of $115 US dollars for
single/double, $125 US dollars for triple, and $135 US dollars for

occupancy per night.


Papers must be written in English. An electronic version (Postscript,
or MS
Word format) of the full paper should be submitted using the
following URL:
http://conf.ksi.edu/dms06/submit/SubmitPaper.php. Please use Internet
Explorer as
the browser. Manuscript must include a 200-word abstract and no more
than 6
of IEEE double column text (include figures and references).


Papers submitted to DMS'06 will be reviewed electronically. The users
program chair, reviewers...) can login using the following URL:
If you have any questions or run into problems, please send e-mail to:

DMS'2006 Conference Secretariat
Knowledge Systems Institute
3420 Main Street
Skokie, IL 60076 USA
Tel: 847-679-3135
Fax: 847-679-3166
E-mail: dms@ksi.edu

If you cannot submit electronically, please send four copies of the

manuscript to the above postal address.


March 1, 2006 Paper submission due
April 30, 2006 Notification of acceptance
May 20, 2006 Final manuscript due
May 20, 2006 Early conference registration due

DMS'06 Conference Chair

Dr. S. K. Chang, University of Pittsburgh, USA

DMS'06 Program Chair

Dr. W. Grosky, University of Michigan, USA

DMS'06 Program Co-Chairs

Dr. Mohan Kankanhalli, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Chabane Djeraba, University of Sciences and Technologies of Lille,

DMS'06 Program Committee

Imran Ahmad, University of Windsor, Canada
Mohamed Ally, Athabasca University, Canada
Frederic Andres, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
Arvind Bansal, Kent State University, USA
Nadia Berthouze, University of Aizu, Japan
Kai H. Chang, Auburn University, USA
Han-Chieh Chao, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan
Ing-Ray Chen, Virginia Tech (VPI&SU), USA
Shu-Ching Chen, Florida International University, USA
Yonghee Choi Choi, Seoul National University, Korea
Zied Choukair, ENST Bretagne, France
David H. C. Du, University of Minnesota, USA
Jean-Luc Dugelay, Institut EURECOM, France
Larbi Esmahi, National Research Council of Canada, Canada
Farshad Fotouhi, Wayne State University, USA
Forouzan Golshani, Wright State University, USA
Masahito Hirakawa, Shimane University, Japan
Joemon Jose, University of Glasgow
Hyoung Joong Kim, Kangwon National University, Korea
James Kwok, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Michael Lew, Leiden University, Netherlands
Fuhua Lin, Athabasca University, Canada
Jonathan Liu, University of Florida, USA
Chien-Tsai Liu, Taipei Medical College, Taiwan
Paolo Maresca, University of Napoli, Italy
Nikolay Mirenkov, The University of Aizu, Japan
Rokia Missaoui, University of Quebec, Canada
Vincent Oria, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
Ming Ouhyoung, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Sethuraman Panchanathan, Arizona State University, USA
Syed M. Rahman, Minnesota State University, USA
K. R. Ramakrishnan, Indian Institute of Science, India
Shin'ichi Satoh, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
Nicu Sebe, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Ishwar Sethi, Oakland University, USA
Yoshitaka Shibata, Prefectural University, Japan
Timothy K. Shih, Tamkang University, Taiwan
Peter Stanchev, Kettering University, USA
Steven L. Tanimoto, University of Washington, USA
Genny Tortora, University of Salerno, Italy
Joseph E. Urgan, Arizona State University, USA
Petko Valtchev, University of Montreal, Canada
Svetha Vennkatesh, Curtin University, Australia
Son T. Vuong, University of British Columbia, Canada
Ellen Walker, Hiram College, USA
Rentaro Yoshioka, University of Aizu, Japan
Kang Zhang, The University of Texas at Dallas, USA

DMS'06 and VLC'06 Publicity Chair

Dr. Jing Dong, University of Texas at Dallas, USA

DET'06 Program Chair

Dr. Paolo Maresca, University of Naples, Italy

DET'06 Program Co-Chairs

Dr. Goran Trajkovski, Towson University, USA
Dr. Heng-Shuen Chen, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

VLC'06 Conference Chair

Dr. Genny Tortora, University of Salerno, Italy

VLC'06 Program Chair

Dr. Gennaro Costagliola, University of Salerno, Italy

VLC'06 Program Co-Chairs

Dr. Giuliana Vitiello, University of Salerno, Italy
Dr. Monica Sebillo, University of Salerno, Italy

MSEAT'06 Program Chair

Dr. Jason C. Hung, Northern Taiwan Institute of Science and Technology,

Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Multimedia

Call for Papers

Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Multimedia (PDM)
In conjunction with International Conference on Parallel Processing
(ICPP) '06

35th Annual Conference, 2006 International Conference on Parallel
Processing (ICPP 2006)

Columbus, Ohio, USA, August 14, 2006
Scope and Interests

Multimedia systems using images, video, audio, graphics, and text are
now essential to our daily lives. Several emerging multimedia
applications, such as massive video and image data management,
multimedia data mining and retrieval, object recognition, medical
aids, etc. require massive computing power, which can only be met
through parallel and distributed computing. These applications are
leading to diverse and innovative research in parallel and
distributed algorithms, architectures, and systems. Such research
endeavors have been a subject of prolific research over the past two
decades and continue to do so. The extensive amount of data present
in images and videos contain inherent parallelism prompting
researchers and practitioners to exploit parallel and distributed
computing. This workshop seeks to consolidate the recent research
achievements in developing new theories, algorithms, architectures,
systems and integrated multimedia platforms that exploit parallel and
distributed computing.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
* Multimedia Data Management:
* Efficient data collection, multimedia databases, and
aggregation from heterogeneous sensors;
* Image and Video Mining:
* Learning and representation of image and video data, taxonomy
and ontology of perimeter security events;
* Parallel and Distributed Video Surveillance:
* Unsupervised detection of surveillance events, categorization,
analysis and retrieval of wide-area multiple cameras surveillance
* Distributed Multimedia Sensor Fusion:
* Information fusion through a network of biometric sensors and
metal detectors, and transformation using image and video fusion;
* Parallel Algorithms and Systems for Efficient Object tracking:
* Tracking of humans and objects with location-aware and context-
aware computing;
* Distributed Multimedia Agents:
* Exploit agent technology and pervasive computing to carry out
distributed, real-time collaboration among software agents using
multimedia data;
* Motion-based video retrieval:
* Parallel algorithms for visual motion descriptors, models for
motion-based retrieval, matching motion trajectories, meta data,
annotation tools and mark up languages;
* Multimedia Systems on a Grid:
* Exploiting distributed grids and clusters for multimedia
information creation, collection, and dissemination.
* Parallel Video Compression and Processing:
* Algorithms for video and image compression and decompression.
* Parallel Architectures:
* Servers, ASICS (Application Specific Architectures) and
reconfigurable media architectures exploiting SIMD and MIMD concepts.
Important Dates

Submission Deadline February 20, 2006
Final Copy Due May 20, 2006

Workshop Organizer

<http://ranger.uta.edu/%7Eiahmad>Ishfaq Ahmad
<http://www.cse.uta.edu>Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering
248 Nedderman Hall, 416 Yates Street,
<http://www.uta.edu>University of Texas at Arlington, Box 19015
Arlington, TX 76019. Ph: 817-272-1526;


Shoukat Ali University of Columbia at Rolla
Suchi Bhandharkar University of Georgia
Hesham El-Rewini Southern Methodist University
Kamal Karlapalem Int l Institute of Information Technology,
Hyderabad, India
Ashraf Kassim National University of Singapore
Ashfaq Khokhar University of Illinois at Chicago
Yu-Kwong Kwok University of Hong Kong
Jack Lee Chinese University of Hong Kong
Qing Li City University of Hong Kong
John Lui Chinese University of Hong Kong
Yu Su University of Central Arkansas
R. Vaidyanathan Louisiana State University
Bharadwaj Veeravalli National University of Singapore

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