[CogSci] *** VSAC 2023 - Call for Submissions ***
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Tue Dec 20 08:47:52 PST 2022
*** VSAC 2023 - Call for Submissions ***
Join us for the Visual Science of Art Conference (VSAC) 2023
In person at The University of Cyprus
August 24 - 26, 2023
The Visual Science of Art Conference invites all people who connect visual
perception and the arts (e.g. empirical, experimental, philosophical,
phenomenological, computational approaches). VSAC began in 2012, when
Baingio Pinna organised it as a satellite symposium for the European
Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP). Next year, ECVP will be organised
in Paphos, Cyprus from Aug 27-31.
The VSAC organising committee looks forward to hearing from you about your
work, and to two exciting Keynote addresses — by Dr. Claus-Christian Carbon
(University of Bamberg), and Dr. Jeroen Stumpel (University of Amsterdam).
** Important Dates **
Symposia submissions: until *January 15, 2023*
Talk, Poster and Conversation submissions: until March 1, 2023
Notification of acceptance: April 14, 2023
Early-bird registration: until May 1, 2023
** Symposium Submission Guidelines **
Symposia are ~2 hour sessions centered around a theme. Symposia are a great
way to focus on a certain topic, but at the same time to offer a variety of
perspectives. Thus we particularly encourage multidisciplinary groups (also
including artists). Symposia will be accepted until Jan 15, 2023.
To submit a symposium, please create a pdf with information below, and send
it to vsac2023 at gmail.com. Please contact us if you have any questions, need
advice, or want to briefly pitch an idea.
Short summary (100 words)
Summary (500 words)
Info about organisers (name, institutes, etc)
Author names and affiliations
Talk abstracts (300 words each)
** Other Types of Submissions**
We will have two other possible types of submissions — Presentations,
Conversations. For these, the deadline will be March 1, 2023.
Presentations: As is common, there are two presentation formats: Talk and
Poster. If you submit a presentation, please provide a title, 300-word
abstract, affiliation, and detailed keywords, as well as your preferred
presentation format. You may submit only one presentation as
first/presenting author, but you can co-author as many as you wish.
Conversations: Conversations between artists and scientists deserve a
special place in VSAC’s program. Conversations typically report
collaborative research; but you could also see this as a mini symposium
with two speakers. If the 300-word abstract is too limited, you can use the
We look forward to seeing you in Cyprus!
On behalf of the organising committee,
Ben van Buren
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