[ecoop-info] ICME 2012 Workshop on (RE)CREATING LIVELY CITIES THROUGH AMBIENT TECHNOLOGIES (Deadline 12th March - Position Papers)
artur.lugmayr at tut.fi
artur.lugmayr at tut.fi
Thu Mar 1 03:34:26 CET 2012
CALL FOR PAPERS, DEMONSTRATIONS, AND POSTERS
1ST INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON
(RE)CREATING LIVELY CITIES THROUGH AMBIENT TECHNOLOGIES:
ARTS, CULTURE AND GASTRONOMIC EXPERIENCES (CLCAT)
(IN CONJUCTION WITH ICME 2012, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - 9th-12th July 2012)
Deadline for 2-5 pages position papers extended till 12th March 2012 (strict deadline)
Artur Lugmayr (Tampere Univ. of Technology), Tampere, Finland, lartur at acm.org
Jaz Hee-jeong Choi, Urban Informatics Research Lab, QUT, Brisbane Australia, h.choi at qut.edu.au
Digital and interactive technologies are becoming increasingly embedded in everyday lives of people around the world.
Application of technologies such as real-time, context-aware, and interactive technologies; augmented and immersive
realities;, social media; and location-based services has been particularly evident in urban environments where
technological and sociocultural infrastructures enable easier deployment and adoption as compared to non-urban areas.
There has been growing consumer demand for new forms of experiences and services enabled through these emerging technologies.
We call this ambient media, as the media is embedded in the natural human living environment. This workshop focuses on
ambient media services, applications, and technologies that promote people?s engagement in creating and re-creating
liveliness in urban environments, particularly through arts, culture, and gastronomic experiences.
The workshop takes a multidisciplinary and future oriented approach, and welcomes participants from diverse disciplinary
domains for open discussions about technological, sociocultural, and content-related aspects of ambient media services
that support people?s engagement in (re)creating their urban environments into a livelier place through art, cultural,
and gastronomic experiences.
Within this context, we welcome submissions relating to (but not limited to) the following:
? case-studies (successful, and especially unsuccessful ones);
? speculative and innovative concepts or design;
? demonstrations of services and applications;
? user-experience studies and evaluations;
? artistic installations and contents;
? social and/or economic studies, businesses models, and marketing
? technological novelties, evaluations, and solutions;
The following topics fit within the scope of the workshop:
? Analysis of videos related to art, culture, and gastronomy
? Ubiquitous environments and interfaces in lively city environments
? Intelligent appliances and gadgets supporting art, culture and gastronomy
? Multimedia learning for activities around smart city environments
? Archiving, distribution, and processing of multimedia material
? Safety, security, and privacy in lively cities
? Locative media and context sensor technologies
? Systems supporting government, institutions, and associations
? Artistic, cultural, and gastronomic services and applications;
? Consumer and human-computer interaction design studies;
? Socio-economic studies, business models, advertising, and marketing;
? Applied ambient media technologies in city environments (e.g. P2P, 3D, augmented reality, QoE, protocols, networks, security, and privacy);
? Engagement and persuasion in smart environments;
? QoE and for ambient urban city applications.
? Submit your contribution by using the ICME template (a description can be found
[--> http://www.icme2012.org/PaperSubmission_index.php]) with the...
? submission system that can be found [--> https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/ICMEWS2012/].
? The submission system for workshops and ICME 2012 paper submissions are identical,
thus please follow the instruction on the website carefully.
? Selected publications will be published in an edited book after the workshop!
SUBMISSION DEADLINE 12th March 2012
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