eNTERFACE 2017 : 13th International Summer Workshop on Multimodal Interfaces (Scopus; ESCI)
Call For Papers
Following the success of the previous eNTERFACE workshops held in Mons (Belgium, 2005), Dubrovnik (Croatia, 2006), Istanbul (Turkey, 2007), Paris (France, 2008), Genova (Italy, 2009), Amsterdam (Netherlands, 2010), Plzen (Czech Republic, 2011), Metz (France, 2012), Lisbon (Portugal, 2013), Bilbao (Spain, 2014), Mons (Belgium, 2015), Twente (Netherlands 2016), the Digital Creativity Centre (CCD) of the Portuguese Catholics University have the pleasure to host eNTERFACE’17, the 13th Summer Workshop on Multimodal Interfaces, in Porto, Portugal from July 3rd to 28th, 2017.
eNTERFACE workshops aim at establishing a tradition of collaborative, localized research and development work by gathering, in a single place, a team of senior project leaders in multimodal interfaces, researchers, and (undergraduate) students, to work on a pre-specified list of challenges, for 4 weeks.
The eNTERFACE'17 committee now invites researchers to submit project proposals that will be evaluated by the scientific committee. All the information asked to submit a project is available on the website of the workshop (http://artes.ucp.pt/enterface17). The proposals should contain a full description of the project's objectives, required hardwares/softwares and relevant literatures.
Participants are organized in teams, attached to specific projects, working on free software. Each week will typically consist of working sessions by the teams on their respective projects plus a tutorial given by an invited senior researcher and a presentation of the results achieved by each project group. The last week will be devoted to writing an article on the results obtained by the teams plus a big session where all the groups will present their achievements.
Proceedings are expected to be published by CITAR Journal. CITAR Journal was recently (July 2016) accepted for inclusion in a new index of the Web of Science (WoS) Core Collection: the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), and has also been accepted for indexing by Elsevier's Scopus.
Although not exhaustive, the submitted projects can cover one or several of the topics listed below:
- Art and Technology
- Affective Computing
- Assistive and Rehabilitation Technologies
- Assistive Technologies for Education and Social Inclusion
- Augmented Reality
- Interactive Playgrounds
- Innovative Musical Interfaces
- Interactive Systems for Artistic Applications
- Multimodal Interaction, Signal Analysis and Synthesis
- Multimodal Spoken Dialog Systems
- Search in Multimedia and Multilingual Documents
- Smart Spaces and Environments
- Social Signal Processing
- Tangible and Gesture Interfaces
- Teleoperation and Telerobotics
- Wearable Technology
- Virtual Reality
20 January 2017: Submission deadline: 1-page Notification of interest for a project proposal with a summary of project goals, work-packages and deliverables
10 February 2017: Submission deadline: Final project proposal
24 March 2017: Notification of acceptance to project leaders
27 March 2017: Start Call for Participation, participants can apply for projects
02 May 2017: Call for Participation is closed
05 May 2017: Teams are built, notification of acceptance to participants
03 – 28 July 2017: eNTERFACE’17 Workshop
Website of the workshop: http://artes.ucp.pt/enterface17/
Proposals should be submitted in PDF format to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The organizing committee of eNTERFACE'17 is looking forward for your submissions.