The themes of EVA are broadly defined in the areas of visualisation, heritage, digital arts and media. This Wordle sketches out those areas:
Ideas and concepts in culture, heritage the arts and sciences: digital arts, sound, music, film and animation, 2D and 3D imaging, European projects, archaeology, architecture, social media for museums, heritage and fine art photography, medical visualisation and more
OFFERS OF PAPERS, DEMONSTRATIONS AND WORKSHOPS by 18th January 2013
A feature of EVA London 2013 is its varied session types. We invite proposals of papers, demonstrations, short performances, workshops or panel discussions. Demonstrations and performances will be an important part of this year’s conference. We especially invite papers or presentations on topical subjects, and the newest and cutting edge technologies and applications.
EVA London 2013 will include a digital art exhibition.
Only a summary of the proposal, on up to one page, is required for selection. This must be submitted electronically according to the instructions on the EVA London website. Proposals may be on any aspect of EVA London's focus on visualisation for arts and culture, heritage and medical science, broadly interpreted. Papers are peer reviewed and may be edited for publication as hard copy and online. Other presentations may be published as summaries or as papers. All proposals must be submitted via the EasyChair site; https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=evalondon2013
If your proposal is a case study, we will be looking for discussions of wider principles or applications using the case study as an example. A few bursaries for EVA London registration fees will again be available if you don't have access to grants.
Case studies may be accepted, provided that they include discussions of wider principles or applications using the case study as an example.
Demos will be formally timetabled either as plenary sessions or in parallel with paper presentation sessions. Proposals are invited and should be submitted in outline as for papers, above. However, we will not expect detailed demo. proposals until nearer the conference, to allow time for development. For publication you will be able to offer either a summary describing the demo. or a paper.
Proposals for panel sessions or workshops are welcome. We will look for panel sessions to be of wide interest and to provide opportunities to engage the audience, since most delegates are interested and often expert in using and exploring technologies. Workshops should be practical tutorials and would normally last an hour.
If your proposal is accepted you will be invited to submit a paper for publication. Papers are peer refereed and may be edited or subject to selection. Publication is in hard copy as conference preprints and also online. Full papers are up to ten A4 pages in length including images and references. Publication is not essential: if you wish only to present and not to submit a paper for publication we can publish an abstract.
We aim to send notifications of acceptance of proposals in early February.
The deadline for submitting a full paper will be 5th April 2013.
The discounted rate for speakers' registration will be notified in due course. Registration costs will be notified in due course. They are likely to be similar to those for 2012. There will be discounted rates for early booking. We aim to offer a limited number of bursaries for those without access to grants for conferences, such as practicing artists.
There are also attractive opportunities for organisations to support an aspect of the conference such as the publication or a reception or bursaries for delegates, or to market services or products.
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