3IA2013 (3IA'2013)

Organization: Universite de Toulouse

Venue: Toulouse

Location: Toulouse, France

Event Date/Time: Jun 21, 2013
Paper Submission Date: Jun 21, 2013
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Description

SCOPE

The fifteenth 3IA conference on Computer graphics and Artificial Intelligence aims at providing an international place for researches to exchange novel ideas, challenges, and state of the art solutions in this evolving field.

ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF THE CONFERENCE

The 3IA Conference has been created 18 years ago by Dimitri Plemenos honoring chair of the 3IA 2013 event. After numerous editions in Limoges (FRANCE) the conference moved for five years in Athens (GREECE). For the next editions the conference will take place in different countries beginning this new cycle by the city of Toulouse in 2013 (FRANCE) and next will be held in Hamburg(GERMANY). Others countries are candidate for the following editions such as Canada, Spain and China and we hope that this new organization will increase the interest of researchers in this exciting field and the attraction for this dedicated event.

TOPICS

Artificial Intelligence or Artificial life techniques for

·         Core graphics (modeling, rendering, animation)

·         Virtual Humans and Virtual Worlds

·         Artificial Creatures

·         Games, Serious Games

·         Art and Design

PUBLICATION

All accepted papers will be published in the proceedings of the 3IA'2013 Conference. A Selection of extended papers will be published in a special Springer book :"Intelligent Computer Graphics 2013."

 

Venue

Toulouse
15 rue des Lois
Toulouse
France
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Organizations

Universite de Toulouse
France

Additional Information

Each submitted paper will be reviewed by 3 reviewers from the International Program Committee of the 3IA’2013 Conference and selected papers will be published in the Springer book © Intelligent Computer Graphics 2013.

MAIN TOPIC:

Artificial Intelligence or Artificial life techniques for

  • Core graphics (modeling, rendering, animation)
  • Virtual humans and Virtual Wolds
  • Artificial creatures
  • Games, Serious Games
  • Art and design

 

This includes but is not limited to:

  • Declarative techniques in scene modeling
  • Scene properties description techniques
  • Intelligent methods of exploring virtual worlds
  • Intelligent collaborative design
  • Semantics-based approaches in design
  • Artificial Life for Virtual Worlds
  • Generative developmental systems for graphics
  • Artificial ecosystems
  • Behavioral animation
  • Design of intelligent graphic interfaces
  • Computer graphics and learning
  • Combination of classical and AI techniques
  • Application of AI techniques in CAD and GIS
  • Intelligent visualization
  • Intelligent computational aesthetics
  • Intelligent CG applications in bioinformatics and medical informatics

 

HONORING CHAIR

Dimitri PLEMENOS, Retired Professor  University of Limoges  Faculty of Science, XLIM Laboratory  E-mail : plemenos@numericable.com

CONFERENCE E-mail : 3ia@teiath.gr  CONFERENCE Web site : 3ia.teiath.gr

EDITORS OF THE SPRINGER BOOK:  Georges MIAOULIS (Program and Publication Chair)  e-mail: gmiaoul@teiath.gr  Yves DUTHEN (France) (Conference chair)  e-mail: yves.duthen@univ-tlse1.fr  Herve LUGA (France) (Conference chair)  e-mail: herve.luga@ut-capitole.fr

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE :

Yury BAYAKOVSKY (Russia),  Christian BOHN (Germany),  Rene CAUBET (France),  Giovanni DE PAOLI (Canada),  Jean-Francois DUFOURD (France),  Yves DUTHEN (France),  Marina GAVRILOVA (Canada),  Djamchid GHAZANFARPOUR (France),  Andres IGLESIAS (Spain),  Andrey IONES (USA),  Prem KALRA (India),  Stanislav KLIMENKO (Russia),  Ivana KOLINGEROVA (Czech Republic),  Jean-Claude LAFON (France),  Herve LUGA (France),  Nadia MAGNENAT-THALMANN (Switzerland),  Michel MERIAUX (France),  Georges MIAOULIS (Greece),  Wolfgang OERTEL (Germany),  Zhigeng PAN (China),  Pascal LIENHARDT (France),  Dimitri PLEMENOS (France),  Alla SAFONOVA (USA),  Mateu SBERT (Spain),  Vaclav SKALA (Czech Republic),  Daniel THALMANN (Switzerland),  Theoharis THEOHARIS (Greece),  Nikolaos VASSILAS (Greece),  Jiri ZARA (Czech Republic).

IMPORTANT DATES:

Return of the intention form: today.  Paper submission deadline: June 21, 2013.  Paper acceptance notification: July 30, 2013.  Final papers due : August 30, 2013.  Expected publication dates: November - December, 2013

HOW TO SUBMIT PAPERS:

Papers should be sent as attached PDF files by e-mail to the Program and publication Chair of the 3IA’2013 Conference (gmiaoul@teiath.gr / gmiaoul@hol.gr). It is also possible to submit a paper in PDF format by ftp. In this case, please use the following information:

ftp: ftp://3ia-ftp.teiath.gr  username: 3ia2013  password: dep0t (the "o" of "depot" is a "0")

The submitted PDF files must be readable with Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.

GUIDELINES FOR PREPARING PAPERS:

You must use the Springer instructions for authors that you can find using the following link:

http://www.springer.com/series/7092 (instructions for authors)

Length of papers is usually 20 pages or more (See also our previous Springer book «Intelligent Computer Graphics 2012» using the link (http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-642-31745-3)