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ACM Creativity & Cognition 2009
Creativity
ACM 2009
POSTERS

CHAIR
Yukari Nagai, Japan ynagai@jaist.ac.jp

We invite poster about research and experimental art works that illustrate the realization of computer-based creative forms or innovative computer tools that support and extend the creative process. Moreover, we invite new ideas for designs with cutting edge technologies based on human senses to develop communication.

People in the early stages of their careers or research programs are especially welcome to submit a poster. Criteria for selection will focus on the perceived value of the support tool or art work in fostering cross-disciplinary collaboration and work that arises from such collaboration is encouraged. A short paper describing the work in the conference format (limited to two pages) should be submitted. The paper should describe and illustrate the work and say briefly how it contributes to the conference themes or challenges. The work will thenbe presented as a poster at the conference, and the short paper will appear in the proceedings.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE
Submissions are now closed.

SUBMISSION INFORMATION
Proposals must be submitted via the electronic submission system.
Proposals should be a maximum of 2 pages and in ACM SIGCHI two-column conference format.

THE CORRECT TEMPLATE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS AVAILABLE AT: http://sigchi.org/chipubform/
Useful guidelines can be found at: http://www.chi2009.org/Authors/Guides.html
Please note that illustrations can be in color for the ACM Digital Library.


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