Zoe Leonard, 20 Aug 2018
CDE Students at Siggraph 2018
CDE Research Engineers have had a great month with poster and paper successes. Simone Barbieri presented his research poster ‘3D Content Creation Exploiting 2D Character Animation’ at SIGGRAPH 2018 in Vancouver last week. 5 other CDE students, Catherine Taylor, Azeem Khan, Rory Clark, Kyle Reed and Valentin Miu also flew to Vancouver to attend SIGGRAPH 2018. We hope to hear all about it when they return.
Simone Barbieri presenting his poster at Siggraph 2018. Canada
We also heard that Marcia Saul has had a paper accepted at the 18th Annual UK workshop on Computational Intelligence (UKCI 2018). Marcia will present her poster at the workshop at Nottingham Trent University in September.
Meanwhile Asha Ward will be presenting a poster and demo of her work at the OHMI conference in September – enabling music for the physically disabled. https://www.ohmi.org.uk/ohmi-conference-darr.html
Good luck Marcia and Asha.
CDE Research Engineer Mark Mosely has 2 articles in the most recent edition of VECLife, Victoria Education Centre's quarterly newsletter. You can read them at the link below on pages 22 and 31 respectively to hear all about the Inaugural Assisted Living technology Symposium in May and his research trip in Canada to the Assistive Technology Labs at the University of Alberta and the I Can Center at Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital in Edmonton.<o:p></o:p>
The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation for Behaviour (AISB) is soliciting proposals for symposia, workshops and tutorials to be held at the AISB 2019 convention. The convention on Artificial Intelligence, AISB 2019 will be held at Falmouth University, from April 16th to April 18th 2019 , chaired by Tanya Krzywinska, Rob Saunders, Swen Gaudl and Edward Powley. As in the past years, AISB 2019 will provide a unique forum for presenting cutting-edge research and burning issues around all areas of AI. The theme for this year is “Artificial Intelligence, Imagination and Invention”.
· Deadline for symposium proposals: 1st October 2018
· Notification to proposers of accepted symposia: 15th October 2018
· Notification to authors by symposia of accepted papers: 15th February 2019
· Final papers delivered for the (online) proceedings: 20th March 2019
· Convention 16th-18st April 2017. There may be a day of workshops or tutorials immediately before the convention (April 15th 2019).
Completed proposals should be submitted to the committee via EasyChair using the URL: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=aisb2019
For more information see below:
AISB 2019 website: http://aisb2019.falmouthgamesacademy.com/
IEEE Games Special Interest Group, are looking for people to participate in their new international game programming competition event.
IEEE GameSIG has sponsored a very successful series of events in southern California for the last seven years. Now we’re expanding, with a world-wide challenge uniquely focused on “classic” video games. This is a great puzzle for students and professionals alike: design a fun game with very limited resources. It’s a perfect lead-in to the complex sorts of challenges that developers will encounter in many real-world applications. They’ll have to focus on what matters most and do their best with the options that they’re given.
For this contest, the first step is to contact IEEE and request detailed contest rules and a copy of the submission form. We like to have a mentor at each institution to serve as a primary contact and offer advice and assistance, as needed, to the teams. The contest usually attracts a significant number of entries, which we will filter down to ten finalists, who will be invited to present their games live via video on the day of the event (no complicated travel required). We will help you make sure that the teams know what we’re looking for and how to make the best possible entries. Contact us today at:
You can read more about our other contests on our Web site, www.gamesigshowcase.org.
DIGILITY Hackathon 2018
DIGILITY are calling on developers to join their 2nd DIGILITY Hackathon on 24/25th September.
the Hackathon will give you the chance to work for 2 full days together with experts from AUDI and other partners.
For more info and to register: https://www.digility.de/hackathon/