Monday, May 11, 2009

International InterMedia Summer School 2009

** Paper Submission Deadline Extended to May 13, 2009

International InterMedia Summer School 2009
June 09-12 2009, Chania, Crete, Greece

Supported by the InterMedia NoE (

Aim and Scope:
User-centric media aims at offering real-time natural interaction with
media using mobile and tangible interfaces and ubiquitous connectivity
capabilities. This International InterMedia summer school invites PhD
students in the fields described below to submit position paper
relating a
problem statement, methodological approach, potential for innovation and
expected contribution to user centric media. Authors will be expected to
present their works at International InterMedia Summer School (June
2009). 6 selected papers will be considered to be published in the
of Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds, J. Wiley.

Suggested topics for papers include, but are not limited to, the
following: - Dynamic distributed networks for nomadic access of
multimedia - Multimedia content adaptation and handling
- Mobile, wearable and tangible interfaces
- Mobile spontaneous interaction with contents
- Integration of physical worlds and virtual worlds
- Social interaction support in physical and virtual worlds
- Adaptive 3D visualization on mobile devices
- Real-time and interactive networked media in mobile mixed
- User generated 3D content and search

Important Date:
Paper submission: May 13, 2009
Authors notification: May 25, 2009
InterMedia Summer School: June 09~12, 2009

Minoa palace resort & spa, Platanias, Chania, Crete, Greece

Submission Instructions:
Papers (8pages, single column) must be submitted electronically via:
following the Manuscript formatting instructions available at:

Please register in in order to
your paper (you will receive a notification of successful upload). Once
logged in, please select the second link to the workshop and not the
link to the journal. For more information on your submission please do
hesitate to contact

InterMedia Summer School Registration is free of charge.
InterMedia dinner coupon will have to be bought directly at the hotel.
Participants will have to pay their own travel and accommodation costs.

About the Journal of Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds:
Computer Animation & Virtual Worlds is the first journal to address the
global thematic of the Virtual Worlds. This thematic has been subdivided
into 6 areas:
- Computer animation
- Embodied agents
- Virtual Environments
- Augmented Reality
- Virtual Life
- Visualization
More information about the journal can be retrieved at:

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