Author Archives: iccc2012
Both authors of papers included in the ICCC proceedings and others are invited to submit work for consideration in a special issue of AIEDAM devoted to Computational Creativity. More information can be found here.
The proceedings for the conference have been posted. You may either download the entire program or download the specific papers you’d like from the program page.
What would a conference in Dublin be without some brews and ballads? After the first day’s proceedings we will head to a beer tasting at a very popular city-centre microbrew pub called the Porterhouse. Beer samples and finger food will … Continue reading
The conference schedule has been posted! We encourage authors of accepted papers and demonstrations to take note of when they are scheduled to present.
Please remember that the deadline for early registration is Wednesday, April 25. At least one author for accepted papers or demos must register and attend. Also, we have posted an online registration form that we’d like you to submit in … Continue reading
We have elected to extend the deadline for submitting proposals for demonstrations at our interactive show & tell session through the weekend. The new deadline is Monday, April 16. Please see the submission instructions. We have also posted a preliminary list … Continue reading
Our registration page is now open! Payments are accepted in Euros, UK Pounds, and US Dollars. Please remember that the deadline for early registration is April 25, 2012, and that at least one author from each accepted paper must register … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce our Call for Demonstrations. Proposals are welcomed for: Demonstrations of computational systems exhibiting behavior that would be deemed creative in humans Demonstrations of computational tools designed to enhance human creativity Exhibition of artifacts created using … Continue reading
We are happy to announce that we will be awarding a prize for the best student paper as part of this year’s conference. Papers where the first author is an undergraduate or graduate students will be automatically considered. This award … Continue reading