ICVL 2006 – 1st International Conference on Virtual Learning (ICVL 2006)

Venue: Ny Convention Center

Location: Bucharest, Romania, Romania

Event Date/Time: Oct 27, 2006 End Date/Time: Oct 29, 2006
Registration Date: Aug 01, 2006
Early Registration Date: Apr 30, 2006
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Location: Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of
Bucharest, ROMANIA




Organized by Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science,

University of Bucharest in cooperation with SIVECO SA company, Bucharest,
Romania



ICVL 2006 will be held in conjunction with the

4th National Conference on Virtual Learning (CNIV 2006)



More information in the conference web site:

http://fmi.unibuc.ro/icvl



CONFERENCE TOPICS

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The conference topics include but are not limited to the following areas.

Thematic Areas / Sections

MODELS & METHODOLOGIES (M&M):

o Innovative Teaching and Learning Technologies

o Web-based Methods and Tools in Traditional, Online Education and Training

o Collaborative E-Learning, E-Pedagogy,

o Design and Development of Online Courseware

o Information and Knowledge Processing

o Knowledge Representation and Ontologism

o Cognitive Modelling and Intelligent systems

o Algorithms and Programming for Modelling

TECHNOLOGIES (TECH):

o Innovative Web-based Teaching and Learning Technologies

o Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) technologies

o Web, Virtual Reality/AR and mixed technologies

o Web-based Education (WBE), Web-based Training (WBT)

o New technologies for e-Learning, e-Training and e-Skills

o Educational Technology, Web-Lecturing Technology

o Mobile E-Learning, Communication Technology Applications

o Computer Graphics and Computational Geometry

o Intelligent Virtual Environment

SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS (SOFT):

o New software environments for education & training

o Software and management for education

o Virtual Reality Applications in Web-based Education

o Computer Graphics, Web, VR/AR and mixed-based applications for education &
training,

business, medicine, industry and other sciences

o Multi-agent Technology Applications in WBE and WBT

o Streaming Multimedia Applications in Learning

o Scientific Web-based Laboratories and Virtual Labs

o Software Computing in Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence

o Avatars and Intelligent Agents



Research papers - Major Topics

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The papers describing advances in the theory and practice of Virtual
Environments

for Education and Training (VEL&T), Virtual Reality (VR),

Information and Knowledge Processing (I&KP),

as well as practical results and original applications.

The education category includes both the use of Web Technologies,

Computer Graphics and Virtual Reality Applications,

New tools, methods, pedagogy and psychology,

Case studies of Web Technologies and Streaming Multimedia Applications in
Education,

experience in preparation of courseware.



Important Dates

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PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING DEADLINES:

Submission of abstracts for review: April 30, 2006

• Notification of abstract acceptance: May 30, 2006

• Submission of complete papers for the proceedings: July 15, 2006

• Notification of successful proposals: August 15, 2006



You are cordially invited to submit abstracts (not more than 250 words),

written in English using the Conference online submission system available on

http://fmi.unibuc.ro/icvl/
or e-mail your abstract (and/or your paper),

along with a title page, to
icvl@fmi.unibuc.ro
.



Full and Short Papers (in English) containing original and unpublished results
are solicited.

Full papers are limited to maximum 8 pages (single space) including figures.

Accepted papers will be included in a conference proceedings published by
University of Bucharest.





Venue

University of Bucharest, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Sciences
Bucharest
Romania
Romania
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Additional Information

Fees/per paper

150 Euros (including Proceedings, coffee breaks and Welcome cocktail).

A reduced 75 Euros fee will be accepted from INTUITION members.

Restrictions

Types