Events 15th February

Zoe Leonard, 22 Feb 2017

Events 15th February

CDE Conference 2017


Please note revised CDE conference dates below.

We are pleased to announce that the dates have been set for the CDE Conference 2017.  The event will take place at the University of Bath.  You will be treated to  a reception, followed by one full day of workshops, poster presentations, showcases and networking.


Wednesday 31st May – Pre Conference Reception – activities from 15.30 onwards

Thursday 1st June – Main Conference

We are pleased to announce that calls for submission are now open for the CDE Conference 2017 and the Papers and Posters submission dates have been extended.

Call for Papers – submission deadline 24th March 2017

Call for Workshops – submission deadline 17th March 2017

Call for Showcases – submission deadline 30th March 2017

Call for Posters – submission deadline 24th March 2017

This year the CDE Conference is all about showcasing the talent within the CDE.  Submissions are open to all CDE students, academics and industrial partners.

You can find out more about each call on the CDE Conference 2017 website.



VR World Congress 2017 volunteer positions

Would you like to be part of the UK’s biggest conference and expo about the world of virtual reality! Gain some valuable experience and network with some of the most important players in the industry. For just four hours of your time, you'll be offered a free full day ticket for VR World Congress 2017.

VR World Congress is bringing over 2000  buyers, sellers and developers from VR and its surrounding industries from across the globe to Bristol, UK. It's a fantastic opportunity to connect with the brightest minds in the VR industry and learn about the present and the future of VR.

This year, VRWC is taking over 4 iconic venues in the beautiful city of Bristol, the home of UK VR.

Expect to meet exhibitors, speakers, buyers, sellers and professionals in VR games development, TV and film, 360° filmmaking, augmented reality, architectural visualisation, medicine, engineering and beyond.

There are a variety of roles in various areas of the conference, so if you are interested in lending a hand please visit to find out more.

If you would like any further information about the roles please contact Sarah, the operations director, on


Images of Research – deadline: 20 March


Our annual competition, open to academic and research staff and postgraduate researchers, is now open.


Alongside an image of their research, entrants provide a snappy title & a short (no more than 150 words) written description explaining their research and the difference that it makes. A selection of entries are then designed up into A1 posters. This year, entries will feature in the University of Bath Festival.


Find out more.



AI & Games 8th Symposium - Bath

This 8th Symposium in AI & Games will take place on one day during at the AISB annual convention.  19th – 21st April 2017, at the University of Bath.

The AI & Games Symposium acts as a meeting place for researchers and practitioners from academia, education and industry who are involved with the design, development and evaluation of AI in the context of games. It focuses on the application of artificial intelligence or intelligent-like techniques, frameworks and theories to the creation of interactive engaging intelligent games.

For more details please visit AI & Games.

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