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Instinctive Computing Workshop Call for Participants (2.0)
From: David Farber <dave () farber net>
Date: Wed, 18 Mar 2009 21:26:10 -0400
Call for Participants (2.0)
Instinctive Computing Workshop,
June 15-16, 2009,
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Web Site: <http://www.cmu.edu/vis/workshops.html>
Instinctive computing is a computational simulation of biological and
cognitive instincts. Instincts profoundly influence how we see, feel,
appear, think, and act. If we want a computer to be genuinely
intelligent and to interact naturally with us, we must give computers
the ability to recognize, understand, and even to have primitive
instincts. In this workshop, we will explore transformational
developments in this area, including the building blocks for
instinctive computing systems and potential applications such as
security, privacy, human-computer interaction, next generation
networks, and product design.
Related topics include but are not limited:
- Instinctive thinking
- Visual thinking
- Animal instincts
- Instinctive robots
- Instinctive design
- Self-healing systems
- Ambient Intelligence
- Emotional interfaces
- Artificial life
- Augmented reality
- Biologically inspired computing
- Next generation computers
- Swarm intelligence
- Instinctive languages
Please submit extended abstracts (2-4 pages) in Springer's LNCS
The pre-proceedings will be distributed at the workshop. The invited
full papers will be published by Springer in a LNCS/LNAI book. Please
submit extended abstracts to Yang Cai via email: ycai () cmu edu Please
add "INST-09" to the subject line.
April 25, 2009: Abstract submission due
April 30, 2009: Acceptance notification
June 14, 2009: Reception, starting at 8:00 pm
June 15-16, 2009: Workshop days
June 25, 2009: Invitation for full papers
August 25, 2009: Full-paper submission due
September 25, 2009: Full-paper acceptance notification
October 25, 2009: Camera-ready paper due
December 10, 2009: Post-proceedings book ready
Kevin Warwick, University of Reading, UK: "I, Cyborg"
Howard Lipson, CERT, CMU, USA: "Built for Survival"
Michael Leyton, Rutgers University, USA: "Shape as Memory Storage"
Andrew Cowell, PNNL, USA: "Brainwave-Based Imagery Analysis"
Yvonne Masakowski, NAVY, USA: "Human Performance in Virtual Reality"
Julio Abascal, University of Basque Country, Spain
Xavier Alaman, Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain
Jose Bravo, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
Yang Cai, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Andrew Cowell, Pacific Northwestern National Laboratory, USA
David Farber, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Fabian Hemmert, Deutsche Telekom Labs, Germany
Michael Leyton, Rutgers University, USA
Xiaoming Liu, GE Research Center, USA
Howard Lipson, CERT, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Mel Siegel, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Brenda Wiederhold, Interactive Media Institute, Belgium
Mark Wiederhold, Virtual Reality Medical Center, USA
Brian Zeleznik, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Early Registration (before May 15, 2009): $275
Late Registration (after May 15, 2009): $350
Student Early Registration (before May 15, 2009): $90
Student Late Registration (after May 15, 2009): $150
Please email Ms. Samatha Stevick or call +01-412-268-5715 for more
Student dormitory rooms are available upon request. The dorms reserved
are Resnick West Wing and Welsh (all shared bathrooms): Prices are $51
per night small single, $36/per person for a double shared, and $63
per night for a double not shared.
Breakfasts and lunches will be provided on site.
The dinner on June 15 will be served at the Founder's Room at Carnegie
Museum of Fine Art.
Program: Yang Cai, Carnegie Mellon University, ycai () cmu edu, www.cmu.edu/vis
Coordinator: Samantha Stevick, Carnegie Mellon University, stevick () andrew cmu edu
Please check the workshop's web site for updated information:
This workshop is sponsored by Cylab, Carnegie Mellon University.
Governmental or industrial sponsors are welcome.
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