Culture and Computing 2012

Culture & Computing 2012
Oct. 21-24, Hangzhou, China
Web: http://183.129.143.130:2012/Home.html
Contact: Fan Dai, dmhci@hznu.edu.cn

To bring the computing techniques into the culture may be one of the
newest research trends in recently. There are many successful research
topics, which integrate the culture and computing, e.g. evaluating the
trend of literature culture via data mining, constructing the scenes
of culture heritages via 3D modeling, reappearing the culture
heritages via AI etc.
The International Conference on Culture and Computing (Culture &
Computing) will be held in Hangzhou, a famous city with many cultural
heritages in China, to provide an opportunity to share research issues
and discuss the future of culture and computing. To get more
information about this series conference and understand the
proceedings at the previous conference, please visit
http://www.ai.soc.i.kyoto-u.ac.jp/culture2011/.
The third conference (Culture & Computing 2012) will be organized with
an exhibition on the integration of state of the art cultural
computing technologies and Chinese traditional culture, along with a
number of co-located events.
Papers are solicited on any aspect on the intersection of culture and
computing, but all papers are expected to be suitable for a
multidisciplinary audience. We have a single session Main Track and a
few parallel session Special Tracks. The Main Track will present a
collection of scientific or engineering research results. Examples of
suitable paper topics for the Main Track include:
– Archiving cultural heritages
– Information environments for humanity studies
– Art and design by information technologies
– Digital storytelling
– Intercultural communication and collaboration
– Culturally situated agents and simulations
– Game and culture
– Analysis of new culture in the Internet and Web
– Culture and brain science

The Special Tracks are collections of short papers, and are organized
in coordination with the Main Track for the purpose of encouraging
discussions in hot areas. We have Special Tracks for “Digital
Humanities and Robotics,” “Asian Culture based Media Art”, “Chinese
Medicine and IT†and “Computing and Music” at this conference.

In 2012, the proceedings will be published by IEEE (EI) and some
special issues in journals such as Transactions on Edutainment (EI),
Entertainment Computing [EI] and International Journal of VR will be
arranged.

Important Dates:
Paper Submission: June 1, 2012
Authors Notification : July 20, 2012
Final Paper Submission and Registration: August 1, 2012
Conference: October, 22-24, 2012

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