Call for Tutorials/Competitions/Special Sessions/Papers of IEEE CoG 2022

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Dec 22, 2021, 3:15:07 AM12/22/21
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Call for Tutorials/Competitions/Special Sessions/Papers of IEEE CoG 2022


IEEE Conference on Games (CoG) 2022 will be held from August 21st to 24th, 2022 at Beijing, China. This is the first time for the IEEE CIS flagship conference CoG to come to China, welcomed by the boosting game industry and academia in China and all the world. Games not only establish one of the most profitable industries worldwide, but also offer a general and challenging environment for the advance of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Computational Intelligence (CI). The annual IEEE Conference on Games (IEEE CoG) brings together leading researchers and practitioners from academia and industry in the field of games to discuss recent advances and explore future directions. It covers all topics in the field of games, from game design to game intelligence and game theory, including scientific, technical, engineering and societal aspects.

Topic (All aspects of games, including, but not limited to, the following areas)

Artificial/Computational Intelligence in Games

Game Design

Game Technologies

Game Benchmarks and Competitions

Game to Real World

Important Dates (All times are anywhere on Earth, and are firm without extension)

Competitions, Tutorials, and Special Session Proposals........... 15th January, 2022 

Regular Papers (Full Technical Papers).................................. 1st March, 2022

Competitions.To submit your proposal, send an email with the title "CoG 2022 Competition Proposal" to the competition chairs Xiaochuan Zhang ( and Raluca D. Gaina (

Tutorials. Email proposals and enquiries to both Tutorial Chairs: R. Thawonmas ( and Mark Winands (


Special Session. Email proposals and enquiries to both Special Session Chairs: Jianye Hao ( and Mike Preuss (


Paper submission. Follow the link: 

Peer-review is double-anonymous.


Detailed information can be accessed at the website:


Best wishes,

General Chairs: Dongbin Zhao (, Simon Lucas ( )

Program Chairs: Diego Pérez Liébana, Yuanheng Zhu, and Jialin Liu


Ian Badcoe

Apr 26, 2022, 3:51:44 AM4/26/22

Has anyone looked at the work of Keenan Crane?

Repulsive Curves

This looks like it might be a vastly improved technique for laying curves out in 2D or 3D, but the maths is (I suspect) pretty advanced in the area of the optimisation algorithm he's using...



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