7th Annual International Workshop on Presence
Polytechnic University of Valencia,
Valencia, Spain, 13-14-15 October 2004
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PRESENCE 2004 is the seventh in a series of highly successful International Workshops on Presence. PRESENCE 2004 will provide an open discussion forum to share ideas regarding concepts and theories, measurement techniques, technology, and applications regarding presence, the psychological state or subjective perception in which a person fails to accurately and completely acknowledge the role of technology in an experience, including the sense of 'being there' experienced by users of advanced media such as virtual reality.
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.Explications of the presence concept
.Presence evaluation/measurement methodologies
.Causes and consequences (effects) of presence
.Presence in shared virtual environments and online communities
.Social/affective interfaces, virtual agents, parasocial interactions
- Immersive, interactive, multimodal displays ?
- Advanced broadcast/cinematic displays (stereoscopic TV, HDTV, IMAX,OMNIMAX)
- Virtual environments/simulators
- 3-D sound
- Haptic/tactile displays
- Education and training
- Medicine and therapy
- Presence and design
- Presence in art
- Presence and philosophical issues (e.g., the nature of 'reality')
- The ethics of presence
- Presence in the future: Media experiences in the 21st century and beyond
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Mariano Alcaniz (MedICLab)
Cristina Botella (UJI)
Alexandros Bakalakos (European Commission)
Anna Spagnoli (University of Padua)
Anthony Steed ( University College London)
Cath Dillon ( Goldsmith College)
Erik Granum ( Aalborg University)
Frank Biocca (M.I.N.D. Lab)
Fred Brooks (Worlington, Suffolk , UK)
Gary Bente ( University of Cologne)
Giuseppe Riva (ATN-P Lab)
Jane Lessiter ( Goldsmiths College)
John Waterworth (Interactive Institute)
Jonathan Freeman ( Goldsmiths College)
Loretta Anania (European Commission)
Luaciano Gamberini ( University of Padua)
Matthew Lombard ( Temple University)
Mel Slater ( University College London)
Nat Durlach (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Rita Lauria ( NC A & T State University, Greensboro, USA)
Rosa Baños (Universidad de Valencia)
Steve Ellis (NASA)
Wijnand IJsselsteijn (Eindhoven University of Technology)
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We invite researchers and practioners from the fields above described and other related fields to submit papers in the following categories:
- Full papers: These will be comprehensive descriptions of original research or design work within the scope of the workshop. Full papers are limited to 8 pages in Presence2004 template format.
- Short papers: These will rather present tentative or preliminary results of research or design work within the scope of the workshop and with more emphasis on the interdisciplinary evaluation of these ideas. Short papers will also be included in the proceedings and are limited to 4 pages in Presence2004 template format. Short papers will be considered for posters.
The workshop proceedings will be published by
UPV press with ISBN mark. Templates for Word, can be found
Click here to download the template for the papers to submit
Submit your paper(s) electronically at the ISPR web site (http://ispr.info/).
The papers will be blind-reviewed through the http://ispr.info/
website. At least two selected reviewers will read each submission
and contributors will be notified regarding acceptance.
A collection of documents based on the workshop presentations
and discussions will appear as an electronic publication included
on a web page.
Authors of presentations may also be invited to write up papers
for submission to a special issue of the journal Presence:
Teleoperators and Virtual Environments.
Exhibition: Projects and commercial parties are invited to
exhibit in the foyer of the conference site.
Submission Deadline: July 15, 2004
Notification of acceptance: August 15, 2004
Camera-ready paper due: September 6, 2004
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The Workshop will be hosted by Polytechnic University
of Valencia in Spain . See www.upv.es
for more information.
Valencia is today Spain 's third largest city. It is located
at the Mediterranean sea , and you will find beaches right
in the very heart of it. It has also fantastic possibilities
for any kind of sports (golf, diving, cycling, tennis, etc.)
and a boiling nightlife, together with an ample cultural offer.
Important trade fairs confirm Valencia 's position as one
of the most dynamic cities in Spain.
For more information on Valencia see: www.valencia.es