Web3D is an annual international conference for 3D Graphics celebrating its 23rd year. 2018 is a historic year for 3D on the Web and Mixed Reality. With WebGL now widely supported by browsers, tools such as X3D, X3DOM, X-ITE, three.js, glTF, and A-Frame VR are allowing to create 3D content on the Web.
The conference will take place at Poznań University of Economics and Business from 20 to 22 June, and will be preceded by a co-located Virtual Reality Hackathon event (from 17 to 20 June). Fore more information visit the Conference Program.
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In conjunction with
8th International Conference on Web Intelligence, Mining and Semantics – WIMS 2018
Software agent technologies reached a certain level of maturity that allows development
of applications spanning from lab prototypes to mature real-life systems, in domains that
could have not been imagined before. Furthermore, software agent technologies proved their
usefulness in synergy with methods of intelligent computing and artificial intelligence.
The aim of the WASA workshop is to contribute to the advancement of technologies and
applications of software agents’ with a special interest in intelligent computing including,
but not limited to: reasoning, semantics, pattern recognition, learning and cognition, etc.
The workshop welcomes papers addressing research and experience reports on various
applications of software agents. Papers describing finalized research, as well as
work-in-progress, are welcome.
The topics of the workshop cover, broadly understood, software agent and intelligent
technologies connected to applications and experiences in areas like:
– social networks
– grid and cloud computing
– smart environments
– disaster and crisis management
– virtual organizations
– energy conservation
– sustainability and green computing
– planning and decision making
– traffic control
– image and video understanding
– manufacturing and industrial management
etc. (but this list is not exhaustive).
Mirjana Ivanovic, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Maria Ganzha, University of Gdansk and IBS PAN, Poland
Marcin Paprzycki, IBS PAN and WSM, Poland
Costin Badica, University of Craiova, Romania
Program Committee Members (tentative)
Amelia Badica, University of Craiova, Romania
Olivier Boissier, ENS Mines Saint-Etienne, France
Paolo Bresciani, FBK, Italy
Marius Brezovan, University of Craiova, Romania
Mihaela Colhon, University of Craiova, Romania
Weihui Dai, Fudan University, China
Giancarlo Fortino, University of Calabria, Italy
Adrian Groza, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Galina Ilieva, University of Plovdiv “Paisii Hilendarsky”, Bulgaria
Nicolae Jascanu, “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati, Romania
Gordan Jezic, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Systä Kari, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Petros Kefalas, University of Sheffield International Faculty, CITY College, Thessaloniki, Greece
Florin Leon, Technical University “Gheorghe Asachi” of Iasi, Romania,
Marin Lujak, University Rey Juan Carlos, Spain
Viorel Negru, West University of Timisoara, Romania
Andrea Omicini, University of Bologna, Italy
Agostino Poggi, University of Parma, Italy
Ilias Sakellariou, University of Macedonia, Greece
Denis Trcek, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Submission of papers to WASA: February 7, 2018
Notification of acceptance: March 25, 2018
Camera-ready papers: April 25, 2018
Paper registration: April 25, 2018
Workshop: June 25-27, 2018
A selection of the best papers accepted and presented at WASA’2018 will be invited for extension
and possible inclusion (subject to an additional review process) into a Special Issue of an
internationally recognized journals:
1. ComSIS – Computer Science and Information Systems Journal, Two-year impact factor (2016): 0.837., http://www.comsis.org/
2. Information Technology And Control, Impact factor (2016): 0.475, http://itc.ktu.lt/index.php/ITC/
You are invited to showcase your work at the Dance Research Congress. This unique event is open to all forms of dance: ballet, modern, folk, ballroom, Oriental, tango, therapeutic, recreational, revival etc.
Venue is the national Dora Stratou Dance Theatre, on the pine tree covered Philopappou Hill opposite the Acropolis. The Theatre offers daily performances of its 75 member dance and music company since 1953.
A presentation can be:
– Performance by a company, a duo or a soloist (5 or 10 minutes)
– Lecture with projection of video or slides (20 minutes)
– Class (30 minutes)
– Exhibition and sale of your publications or produce.
You can declare now your intention to take part, and proceed to registration later. Priority will be given to individuals, companies or schools who are members of the International Dance Council CID at UNESCO, the official organization for dance in the world. Others are invited to apply for membership.
To apply for a visa and/or financial assistance, registered participants receive an official certificate. We maintain contacts with embassies and consulates to assist participants.
For up-to-date information:
Central congress website: www.cid-portal.org/cdr
– The International Dance Council CID is the official organization for all forms of dance in all countries of the world.
– Its members are the most prominent federations, associations, schools, companies and individuals in more than 170 countries.
– CID was founded in 1973 within the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, where it is based.
– CID is official partner of UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
International Dance Council – Conseil International de la Danse
CID c/o UNESCO, 1 rue Miollis, FR-75732 Paris 15, France
Tel. +33 1 4568 4953 Mob. +33 6 1155 3111
ExecSec@cid-portal.org www.cid-portal.org www.cid-world.org
FutureFest, one of Europe’s largest festivals of the future, invites you on a breath-taking journey designed to explore how the most pressing challenges of our time could be tackled by developing radical alternative future visions. Join thought-provoking debates, innovative showcases, immersive experiences, and mesmerising installations.
For trendsetters, change-makers, innovators and entrepreneurs through to the just-future-curious, FutureFest 2018 will be a chance to try out the tools needed to shape better futures. Experience other ways of being, and hear directly from those putting cutting-edge ideas into practice – across democracy and government, work, health, education and the arts.
Source: Future Fest
We are excited to announce that the EVA London 2018 conference will take place from Tuesday 10th July – Thursday 12th July 2018. In addition, there will be a Pre-Conference Symposium on Monday 9th July 2018 and a further event on Friday 13th July 2018, to be announced in the coming weeks. We will once again bring together artists, designers, researchers, technologists from all over the world, to discuss electronic visualisation technologies in art, design, music, dance, theatre, the sciences and more. EVA London 2018 will be held at the British Computing Society offices, a central London venue near Covent Garden.
The Call for Papers went out on October 25 2017. For more information please see our guidance on proposing for EVA London 2018.
EVA London’s Conference themes include the use of new and emerging technologies in the following areas (to be broadly interpreted):
- Digital Art
- Data, Scientific and Creative Visualisation
- Digitally Enhanced Reality and Everyware
- 2D and 3D Imaging, Display and Printing
- Mobile Applications
- Museums and Collections
- Music, Performing arts, and Technologies
- Open Source and Technologies
- Preservation of Digital Visual Culture
- Virtual Cultural Heritage
For more information click here
SIGGRAPH 2018 is a five-day immersion into the latest innovations in CG, Animation, VR, Games, Digital Art, Mixed Reality and Emerging Technologies. Experience research, hands-on demos, and fearless acts of collaboration.
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From the prehistory of Modernity through to Upper Modernity, the city space of Barcelona has always reflected the arising Modern order,. It has also been through phases of subsequent modern disorder, struggles for workers’ rights, modernist social identities, and alternative ways of living. This is a city that has constantly reinvented itself. The early industrial era, the periods of strife such as the Tragic Week of 1909 and the May Day of 1937, the Spanish Civil War, the transition to democracy, the 1992 Olympics, and present day cultural activity all reflect how Barcelona has experienced new ways of reclaiming the city for its citizens. Its history is reflected in its urban layout, and in the way that it continues to take shape.
Barcelona offers a reflection of our future pasts, much in the way that archaeology does: our profession embodies an ability to reflect on how the future comes into existence and how the past influences it. We must also have the power to prototype the future. Everyone falls in love with Barcelona. One way or another, this love affair has to do with how the future challenges our past and our present. Barcelona is a perfect location for holding the 24th Annual Meeting of the EAA, the ideal setting for an Association that seeks to continuously develop and change the direction of its ability to reflect the past, in order to be able to reflect about the future.
by Felipe Criado-Boado (EAA President)
The EAA Annual Meeting, Barcelona proposes six main themes for discussion, all of them with a focus on thinking from within the framework of Archaeology and Archaeological Heritage about our future.Themes
The Annual Meeting themes, as defined by the Scientific Committee, incorporate the diversity of EAA and the multidimensionality of archaeological practice, including archaeological interpretation, heritage management and politics of the past and present.
- Theories and methods in archaeology
- The archaeology of material culture, bodies and landscapes
- Mediterranean seascapes
- Archaeology and the future of cities and urban landscapes
- Archaeology and the European Year of Cultural Heritage
- Museums and the challenges of archaeological heritage in 21st century
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The Communicating the Museum (CTM) conference will travel to Chicago from 24 to 27 September 2018. Chicago’ leading cultural institutions will host the 21st edition of CTM, the rendez-vous for communication professionals working in the cultural sector.
With more than 40 museums to choose from, Chicago’s museums rank among the best in the world. Join us for 4 days of talks, debate and tours, meet 300 international cultural experts and enjoy the city’s breathtaking views.
Online registration open – Early bird registration until Jun 30th
For more information and registrations click here