Call for Abstracts (non-peer-reviewed)
ICCC 2015 aims to promote discussion on all aspects related to computational creativity, also without formal review and publication processes. For this purpose, we solicit demos, posters, artwork, and short talks to be presented and discussed in the conference, introducing e.g. work in progress, systems, projects, creative results, or late-breaking scientific results. Submissions of any such presentations are made in the form of a two-page abstract describing the contents and proposed form of the presentation.
Important: Abstract submissions are not peer-reviewed, and they are not published as part of the conference proceedings. Abstracts will be accepted based on their relevance and interest to the field, and availability of space and other resources on the conference site. Scientific work that authors wish to have formally reviewed, published and presented in the conference should have been submitted to the peer-reviewed research contribution track (see the Call for Papers).
Abstract Submission Instructions
Abstracts should be up to 2 sides in length. To be considered, abstracts must be submitted as a PDF document formatted according to ICCC style (which is similar to AAAI and IJCAI formats).
Abstracts must be submitted in a camera-ready form. Accepted abstracts will be made available to conference participants in the form they were originally submitted in.
Abstract submissions are due May 8, 2015 (in camera-ready form).
- Formatting instructions and templates are in the Submission Instructions page.
- Please submit your abstract as a pdf file using this form at the University of Helsinki.
Acceptance notifications will be sent by May 15, 2015, and the conference will take place on June 29 – July 2, 2015.