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Call for Workshop and Tutorial Proposals – ICCC'24

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Jan 8, 2024, 12:34:32 PMJan 8
Call for Workshop and Tutorial Proposals – ICCC'24
Submission deadline (extended): January 14

The 15th International Conference on Computational Creativity is soliciting proposals for workshops and tutorials to be held in association with the main ICCC conference. We welcome proposals for half-day, full-day and one-and-a-half-day workshops and tutorials on any aspect of computational creativity research whose focus area complements the topics discussed in the main conference.

Workshops offer a great opportunity to exchange ideas, and a chance to drive broader adoption of your systems and methods. We welcome a diversity of formats, from academic workshops (with a process of peer review for submitted papers, managed by the workshop organisers) to traditional tutorials, as well as hands-on and practical workshops. Please feel free to contact the organisers to discuss the possibilities further.

Topics can range from anything between theoretical or computational aspects of computational creativity, social and ethical implications, and/or focused artistic showcases. In the past, workshops at ICCC have covered a wide variety of focused areas and this is part of the strength of a workshop series. We will prioritise workshops that have a clear focus area, rather than a more general application area. This is to create a workshop program that is complementary to the conference.

Please notice that all workshops will be academically self-contained: they should have their own organising committee and conduct their own peer review managed entirely by the workshop organisers. All peer-reviewed full papers of workshops accepted at ICCC’24 will be jointly published as a separate part of the conference proceedings or as part of CEUR-WS workshop proceedings.

The venue has several rooms appropriate for a range of different types of workshops: including classic lecture rooms and showcase rooms with up to 8 projectors perfect for more artistically directed workshops/tutorials.

Important dates
Workshop proposal submissions due: January 14, 2024
Notification of workshop acceptance: January 18, 2024
In case of excellent early bird submissions, earlier acceptance may be possible at the chairs’ discretion, to allow workshops a longer lead time.

All workshop organisers should manage their own abstract/paper submission, invite a program committee and handle a peer-reviewing process with appropriate timelines. For the workshops that accept submissions for publications we recommend adhering to the following

Workshop call for papers announcement and publicity: January 24, 2024
Workshop paper submission deadline: April 10, 2024
Workshop author notification: April 30, 2024
Camera-ready submission: June 1st, 2024 – STRICT
Workshop days: between June 17-18, 2024
(co-located with ICCC 2024)
The organisers must develop their own workshop/tutorial web page that will be located on the ACC server. The web page must follow the visual identity of ICCC. The ICCC 2024 webmasters will provide templates to facilitate this process.

Submission Instructions
Please submit a PDF proposal of no more than 2 pages detailing the following:

Title and abstract of the workshop/ hands-on workshop/tutorial (the abstract should clearly address the topic of the workshop).
Organising committee’s names and affiliations
One organizer must be indicated as a primary contact person (please notice that there must be at least one organizer committed to be physically present during the event).
Please include a brief description of your experience in workshop organization.
Description of the event’s scope, and the type of papers and/or works that will be accepted (feel free to refer to previous instances of the workshop, including publications)
Brief description of the expected audience
Expected number of participants, including information on onsite/remote participants
Expected audience’s background and interests
The expected format and duration of the workshop (between half a day and a full day)
Intended format of submission and reviewing platform (e.g. Easychair) and, if applicable, a preliminary program committee
Any technical or space requirements (e.g., projector, PA, whiteboards, open space)
Preliminary timeline for the workshop (submission dates, notification dates)
All applications should be submitted as a single PDF file with the subject line “ICCC 2024 Workshop/Tutorial Proposal” to the workshop chair,

Workshop and Tutorial Chair
Guendalina Righetti, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy
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