Keynote Speaker Prof. Ellen Yi-Luen Do from Univ. of Colorado Boulder will talk about “From Design Computing to Creating Unique Technologies for Everyone”

IFIP-ICEC Keynote Talk

From Design Computing to Creating Unique Technologies for Everyone
Prof. Ellen Yi-Luen Do
ATLAS Inst., Univ. of Colorado Boulder, USA

Now is an exciting time to engage in creative design computing, to implement physically and computationally enhanced environment, to explore experience media and interactive computing projects, towards a smart living environment. Advancing technology offers new ways to solve problems, discover opportunities, and create new objects and experience that delight our senses and improve the way we live and work. With a spark of creativity and enthusiasm, followed up with design and computational thinking, we can explore the goal of “creating unique technology for everyone” through the use of connective, ubiquitous technology for embodiments, in three themes: Tangible Interaction, Augmented Learning, and Embodied Experience. 

More information on: http://www.ifip-icec.org/keynotes/

Four Awsome Workshops Have Been Accepted: Bio-Sensing, Aging Population, Gender Gap, Robotic Competitions

We are very happy to announce, that IFIP-ICEC has been accepting the following four awesome workshops proposed by leaders in their particular disciplines. Take a look at the workshop website for more information: http://www.ifip-icec.org/workshops/.

More details as their websites, submission guidelines, and deadlines are coming soon…

Bio-Sensing Platforms for “Wellness Entertainment” System Design
Bio-Sensing, Interactive Media Art, and Wellness Entertainment

Yoichi Nagashima, SUAC/ASL, Japan

http://nagasm.org/ICEC2018workshop/

Designing Entertainment for the Aging Population (DEAP 2018)

Paula Alexandra Silva (University of Aveiro, Portugal)
Masood Masoodian (Aalto University, Finland)

http://avcd.aalto.fi/deap2018/

Entertainment Computation – A Key for Improving Inclusion and Reducing Gender Gap?

Javier Gomez, NTNU, Norway
Letizia Jaccheri, NTNU, Norway
Jannicke Baalsrud Hauge, KTH, Stockholm & BIBA, Germany

https://icec2018inclusionandgender.wordpress.com/ 

Workshop on Robot Competitions

David Obdrazalek, Charles University, Czech Republic
Richard Balogh, Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia

http://senzor.robotika.sk/sensorwiki/index.php/Workshop_on_Robotics_Conests

New Workshop Proposal Submission Deadline: 30th March 2018

  • 14th March 2018: – extended till 30th March 2018: Workshops
    (notification 30th March 2018)
  • 7th May 2018: Long and Short Papers
    (notification 5th June 2018)
  • 20th May 2018: Posters, Demos, Tutorials, Interactive Sessions
    (notification 5th June 2018)
  • 19th June 2018: Camera Ready Papers Due (all tracks)
  • 01st July 2018: Suggested Deadline for Workshop Papers
  • 01st July 2018: Art Exhibitions Entries
  • 01st August 2018: Doctoral Consortium Application

Submission Deadlines: 14th March 2018 (workshops) and 7th May 2018 (Papers)

  • 14th March 2018: – extended till 30th March 2018: Workshops
    (notification 30th March 2018)
  • 7th May 2018: Long and Short Papers
    (notification 5th June 2018)
  • 20th May 2018: Posters, Demos, Tutorials, Interactive Sessions
    (notification 5th June 2018)
  • 19th June 2018: Camera Ready Papers Due (all tracks)
  • 01st July 2018: Suggested Deadline for Workshop Papers
  • 01st July 2018: Art Exhibitions Entries
  • 01st August 2018: Doctoral Consortium Application

CfP published – first deadlines approaching!

CfP Published!!! The IFIP-ICEC 2018 conference will be taking place between the 18th-20th September 2018. However, as the conference is co-located with the IFIP World Computer Conference (IFIP-WCC 2018), you also can attend the overall event between the 17th-21st September 2018. Thus please don’t let yourself confuse by the different dates.CfP published – first deadlines approaching!

Please download the CfP:

For more information, please visit our http://www.ifip-icec.org/this-is-ifip-icec-2018/.