Zoe Leonard, 26 Nov 2015
The 15th International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs (ICCHP) will be taking place at the University of Linz, Austria in 13-15 July, 2016.
Call for papers for this conference is open until 1st February 2016. Click here for further details.
CDE Master Classes
Richard Southern will be delivering a Master Class from 9 till 12 on Friday 27th November for first and second years. The Master Class will take place in K101, Kimmeridge House, Talbot Campus, Bournemouth University.
Richard will be looking at how to frame a hypothesis. Advice on the Literature Review including paper reviewing techniques. He’ll also take a bit of a look at writing a multi-disciplinary Lit Review.
If anyone has anything they would like Richard to included, either connected to those topics or completely different, please email Daniel Cox. Also please remember to confirm your attendance at the Master Class with Daniel Cox.
Innovate UK have opened a competition for funding for Cross-platform production in digital media.
This competition aims to support projects that address convergence in digital media technologies. It covers
film, television, online video, animation and video games, and includes pre-production, production and post-
production processes, particularly for visual effects technologies
Dr Jake Hobbs has recently graduated from the CDE and is now looking after the digital department at Wonky Films http://wonkyfilms.com/
They are interested in collaborating on a bid.
If you are interested please email Daniel Cox.
CEMP short course Fundamentals of Computer Graphics.
The unit takes place 15th and 16th January with 7 weeks of online learning
The deadline to apply is 18th December, contact Laura Hampshaw email@example.com
The unit is led by Zhidong Xiao
This course will provide you with a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of computer graphics; covering the mathematical concepts employed in computer graphics and how they are employed in the algorithms associated with modelling, rendering and animation. It will show how trigonometry, geometry, algebra and vector analysis have a one-to-one relationship with image manipulation in 2D and 3D.
The 29th International Conference on Computer Animation and Social Agents (CASA 2016) will be held at University of Geneva, 23 – 25th May 2016.
Founded in 1988, CASA is the oldest international conference in computer animation and social agents in the world.
All accepted full papers will be published in a special issue of the Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds Journal published by Wiley (CAVW). The short papers are published in the proceedings CASA 2016 with ISBN number.
Full Papers (10 pages):
Submission: 6 February 2016
Notification of acceptance: 4 March 2016
Camera ready: 20 March 2016
Submission: 27 March 2016
Notification of acceptance: 8 April 2016
Camera ready: 18 April 2016
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be a new HCI seminar on Correcting distance compression in VR, starring our very own Daniel Finnegan, CDE RE from the University of Bath. The seminar will take place on Tuesday 1st December, in room 1W, University of Bath, 13.15 – 14.05.
HighWire CDT at Lancaster University have very kindly extended the invite to their CDT PhD Writing Retreat at Wyresdale Park, Scorton, Nr Lancaster - http://wyresdalepark.co.uk/, which will take place on Monday 30 November and Tuesday 1 December 2015, to other CDT PhD students within the Network, as they have a few places left.
The Digital Economy Network can fund travel to and from this Writing Retreat and also the accommodation/subsistence for current PhD students should they wish to attend.
Overnight accommodation is available and will be provided in Wyredale Park Hall - http://wyresdalepark.co.uk/cafe-gardens/, but students do not have to stay overnight if they don’t want to.
This opportunity can be used for thesis writing, to write papers, proposals, workshop preparation, update your CV, complete application forms etc – and also an excellent opportunity to meet and network with other PhD students at HighWire. If you are interested in attending please email Zoe Leonard ASAP.
ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage – Special Issue on Digital Infrastructures for Cultural Heritage – Call for Papers.
The digital component is now pervasive in Cultural Heritage research and practice. From the pioneering and sporadic applications of the last quarter of the 20th century, it has grown to become an essential for any CH investigation or management project. This development has led to the creation of a new interdisciplinary domain, the so-called Digital Heritage sector, and the need to support, structure, and manage the use of facilities, resources, services and applications no less than in other research domains, producing long-lasting infrastructures.
Accepted papers will not only need to present innovative computer science content but also refer to a clear Cultural Heritage context where they have been, or are going to be, tested and evaluated. They should address a comprehensive framework - the infrastructure - rather than an individual application, unless the latter is the backbone of an infrastructure.
Deadline 1st April 2016. Further details can be found here.