If you register until February 5, you will get a colourful t-shirt for sure! - also, please do not miss the unique post-workshop opportunities (UNESCO world heritage tour and a surprise on snow and ice)
The Venue will be available for pre-workshop meetings (e.g., project meetings or groups planning to submit proposals in the upcoming EU-calls in March, April) – and the big highlight will be a final iMuSciCA concert integrating professional classical music with innovative technologies. Come to us in the north and enjoy the unique atmosphere of the northern winter during its best period. February is the best time of ice-barbeque and an ideal opportunity to see the northern lights.
Topics of interest
- Deeper Learning
- STEM and STEAM education
- Augmented Reality
- Innovative Learning approaches
- IoT and Learning Technologies
- Gamification and game technologies
- Virtual reality
- Learner-centered digital services
- Digital skills in the classroom
- Open knowledge technologies
- Human-computer interfaces for learning
Marcus Liwicki, Vassilis Katsouros, Sofoklis Sotiriou, Petros Stergiopoulos.
Program Committee (confirmed)
- Renaat Frans, UCLL, Belgium
- Ioana Andreea Stefan, ATS, Rumania
- Vassilis Katsouros, ILSP Athens, Greece
- Marcus Liwicki, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
- Calkin Suero Montero, University of Eastern Finland, Finland
- Robert Piéchaud, IRCAM, France
- Foteini Simistira Liwicki, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
- Sofoklis Sotiriou, Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Greece
- Petros Stergiopoulos, Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Greece
- more committee members have been invited
Deadline (final extention): February 18, 2019
Contributions should present recent work from a collaborative project in one of the topic areas mentioned above. Contributions may be original work, summaries of recent activities with results, and/or overviews of the state-of-the-art in one of these areas. Please submit a short abstract (1-2 pages, Springer format, if you have more pages, we will still process it) with your contribution on easychair.
Presentations can be:
- oral presentation
- poster presentation
We will arrange the program to have a good mix of oral presentations, posters and demonstrations (open demonstration session). Please indicate during the submission, which format would fit best to the presentation.
We will try to keep the registration fee as low as possible. We opt at a maximum of 200€ for the 2-day event including coffee breaks, lunches, dinners (1 banquet and 1xfinger-food during the social event) and the concert entrance fee for the special concert on Saturday evening. The location will be provided for free by Luleå University of Technology. It will also be possible to book for free meeting rooms for the 2 days before the conference for project, networking or synchronization meetings.
27th February: Opportunity to use Luleå University of Technology's localities for technical meetings (3–6 meeting rooms for different project groups). If you require a room, please inform email@example.com
28th February: Opportunity to use Luleå University of Technology's localities for technical meetings (3–6 meeting rooms for different project groups).If you require a room, please inform firstname.lastname@example.org
1st March: Scientific workshop with presentations (oral keynotes and poster presentations) - Banquet (evening)
2nd March: Scientific workshop with discussions (future possibilities) - opportunity to listen to an innovative concert in Lilla Salen of Luleå Kulturenshus in the city center (evening).
3rd March: Post-workshop excursion, to one of the regional highlights (depending on weather) please indicate your interest during registration, minor extra charges apply.
Luleå Univsersity of Technology