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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: Advances in Computer Games 12 - deadline extended


Pamplona, Spain

May 11 - May 13, 2009

The twelfth conference on Advances in Computer Games
(ACG12) will be held in Pamplona, Spain, in conjunction with
the 17th WCCC and the 14th Computer Olympiad at El Centro
Europe de Empresas e Innovacin de Navarra (CEIN; located
here on Google maps). The conference commences on Monday May
11 at 12.30-17.00h and will take place on three or
consecutive days; the other days from 8.30h till 12.30h.

The conference aims in the first place at providing an
international forum for computer-games researchers
presenting new results on ongoing work. The recent successes
of the ACG Conferences and the Computers and Games
conferences have encouraged the organizers to widen their
scope and therefore we welcome contributions on Robotic Pool
and Snooker as well as on virtual and video games and modern
board games.

So, we invite contributors to submit papers on all aspects
of research related to computers and games. Relevant topics
include, but are not limited to:

the current state of game-playing programs for classic and
modern board and card games,
the current state of virtual and video games,
new theoretical developments in game-related research,
general scientific contributions produced by the study of
social aspects of computer games,
cognitive research of how humans play games, and
issues related to networked games.
The proceedings of the ACG12 will be published in the
Springer LNCS series.

Important Dates

Paper Submission	March 31, 2009
Acceptance Notification	April 10, 2009
Camera-ready Papers	May 1, 2009
Paper Submissions

Papers of 8 to 10 pages are preferred. The maximum length
is 12 pages. The preferred format for submission is PDF, but
Postscript or Word are also acceptable. The paper must be
written in the English language.

The proceedings will be published in the Springer Lecture
Notes in Computer Science series. For formatting your paper,
please follow the instructions for authors available at the
Springer LNCS/LNAI Web:

Please submit papers electronically by means of the
conference tool.

Refereeing Process

The usual full refereeing process will be executed. Papers
will be refereed by members of the Programme Committee. In
practice, this means that papers are accepted if their topic
suits the conference and their overall quality is
acceptable. Accepted papers will be scheduled for
presentation during the conference and will be printed as
conference proceedings. Authors of accepted papers, or their
representatives, are expected to present their papers at the
conference. Notice of acceptance of papers will be sent by
April 10, 2009 to the principal author. Camera-ready papers
are due by May 1, 2009.


Registration	 Early (on or before April 15)	 Late (after
April 15)
Participants	Euro 170	Euro 200
Students	Euro 100	Euro 120
Admission to the conference and a copy of conference
proceedings are included in the conference registration fee.

For more information on the ACG12 contact: