The Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology (ACE 2007), which will take place June 13-15, 2007 in Salzburg, Austria, has announced its call for submissions.
The purpose of the conference is to "bring together academic and industry researchers, artists and designers, and computer entertainment developers and practitioners, to address and advance the research and development issues related to computer entertainment."
According to the organizers: "Recently, the field of computer entertainment technology has aroused great interest amongst researchers and developers in both academic and industrial fields as it is duly recognized to show high promise of bringing on exciting new forms of human computer interaction."
"Now deemed to deserve both serious academic research, as well as major industry and business uptake, techniques used in computer entertainment are also seen to translate into advances in research ranging from industrial training, collaborative work, novel interfaces, novel multimedia, network computing, and ubiquitous computing."
The conference invites submissions of papers, workshops, demos, posters, panels, and show cases on analysis, design, evaluation and application of new concepts, prototypes and products in the area of computer entertainment. Papers and workshops are due January 12, 2007; short papers, posters, demos, panels, and interactive user experience show cases are due February 9, 2007; and industrial case studies are due May 4, 2007.
For further information, interested parties can visit the ACE 2007 website