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Atlanta, Georgia, USA

June 19 – June 23, 2017

Statement to International Attendees

The Eighth International Conference on Computational Creativity (ICCC 2017) to be held at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, USA on June 19-23, 2017 is an open international conference. Thus, the conference is open to all participants regardless of any demographic consideration. All proposals and papers submitted to the conference will be reviewed solely for their scholarly merit and relevance to the conference without any discrimination.

We stand together with the international research community, and value and welcome the participation of our international colleagues in ICCC 2017. The conference will publish its proceedings as usual. We will also live stream the main talks at the conference as usual. If international delegates have articles accepted for presentation at the conference but are unable to travel to Atlanta due to US travel restrictions, we will make arrangements for remote participation by these delegates. Please contact the conference chair at goel@cc.gatech.edu for any questions or concerns.

Submission instructions

To be considered, papers must be submitted as a PDF document formatted according to ICCC style (which is similar to AAAI and IJCAI formats). Formatting instructions, as well as LaTeX and Word style files are provided in the ICCC Author Kit:

ICCC Author Kit (a zip archive file; submissions prepared using the ICCC 2016 author kit are identical and accepted as well)

Peer-reviewed research contributions (deadline extended to March 3, 23:59 UTC/GMT)
-See the Call for Papers for topics, paper types, and their evaluation criteria
-Please indicate the paper type clearly on the first page (Technical paper, System or resource description paper, Study paper, Cultural application paper, or Position paper). This ensures that reviewers use the criteria relevant to your paper.
-Papers do not have to be anonymous, but you are free to write anonymously, if you wish.
-The maximum length is 8 pages.
-Submissions must be made using the EasyChair system.

Submission of camera-ready copies (deadline May 5, 23:59 UTC/GMT)
-Use the ICCC Author Kit.
-Add the authors’ names and affiliations and undo any other possible anonymization from the original submission.
-Remove the paper type indication from the first page. It is only for the review phase.
-The maximum length is 8 pages.
-Submit the camera-ready copy at the EasyChair system (under construction).
-NEW: Check that all information about the paper and authors is up-to-date and correct in EasyChair. This information will be used to produce the table of contents and other indices.

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