Programme

Programme

EVA London 2022 is planned as a hybrid event, online using Zoom again and physically at the BCS London office, during Monday to Friday, 48 July 2022. Registration information will be made available online. All times in the programme will be provided as UK local time (BST  British Summer Time). The following is the online programme:

  • Full conference programme: Five days of presentations on a wide spectrum of themes and topics, with distinguished keynote speakers.Provisionally, this will include:
    • Keynote speakers: Daily speakers.
    • Symposium: To be chaired by Tula Giannini and Jonathan Bowen.
    • Research Workshop: Student presentations, to be chaired by Graham Diprose.
    • EVA International: Presentations to be chaired by Terry Trickett.
    • Demonstrations: 10-minute informal sessions, to be chaired by Sean Clark.
    • Presentations will recorded on YouTube in the EVA Archive, part of the Computer Arts Archive with convenient links to presentations and papers.
  • Evenings: There were evening events during 4–8 July 2022 (separate registration required for some events; details will be provided to delegates).
  • Workshops/tutorials: Parallel workshops and tutorials (separate registration required, further information and timing was provided to delegates).

The provisional detailed EVA London 2022 programme will be available in PDF format in due course. A list of presentations will also be made available in PDF format with additional information such as titles, keywords, etc., which can be cross-referenced with the programme by paper number. The programme may be subject to minor changes and revisions depending on the availability of speakers, etc. Note that the EVA London 2022 proceedings will be freely available online – see DOI 10.14236/ewic/EVA2022.0 when available. The proceedings will also be available on DBLP in due course, which will be an alternative way to access individual papers. The proceedings will be in full colour in printed form.