The International Conference on Computational Creativity is soliciting proposals for workshops and tutorial proposals to be held along with the main ICCC conference. We welcome proposals for half-day, full-day and one-and-a-half day workshops and
tutorials on any aspect of computational creativity research. Workshops offer a great opportunity to exchange ideas, and a chance to drive broader adoption of your systems and methods.
We welcome a diversity of formats, such as academic workshops (with a process of peer-review for submitted papers) as well as traditional tutorials, as well as hands-on, practical workshops. Please feel free to contact the organisers to discuss the
possibilities further. All workshops will be academically self-contained: they should have their own organising committee and conduct their own peer-review.
Peer-reviewed papers will be published in a joint proceedings volume at CEUR as has been done in the past, compare http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2827/
*** Important dates ***
Workshop proposal submissions due: February 18th, 2022.
Workshop organisers are also encouraged to submit their proposals earlier than the deadline and request an earlier response in order to allow more time for their own submission and organisation process.
Notification of workshop acceptance: February 27th, 2022.
(Earlier acceptance may be possible at the chairs’ discretion, to allow workshops a longer lead-time).
Note: all workshops should manage their own paper submission and review process with appropriate timelines. For participation in the joint CEUR volume, submission of camera-ready papers will be co-ordinated by the ICCC’22 workshop chairs.
*** Submission Instructions ***
Please submit a PDF proposal of no more than 3 pages detailing the following:
- Title and theme of workshop / hands-on workshop / tutorial;
- Description of the event’s scope and the type of papers and/or works that will be accepted (feel free to refer to previous instances of the workshop, including publications);
- Expected duration, number of participants, format and rough event schedule (duration can be half-day, full-day or one-and-a-half-day);
- Any technical or space requirements (e.g., projector, PA, whiteboards);
- Details of your event’s timeline;
- Preliminary organising committee;
- Details of any invited speakers, if known at the time of submission.