[Humanist] 26.695 events: sustainable technologies; causality in interaction; TEI
Humanist Discussion Group
willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk
Fri Jan 18 08:07:33 CET 2013
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 26, No. 695.
Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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 From: Susana Nascimento <Susana.Nascimento at iscte.pt> (24)
Subject: Lisbon Summer School * July 8-12 * STTF2013 ISCTE-IUL
 From: "Pierazzo, Elena" <elena.pierazzo at kcl.ac.uk> (18)
Subject: TEI Conference and Members Meeting 2013: Rome (Italy) 2-5
 From: Russell Pearce <R.Pearce at SUSSEX.AC.UK> (21)
Subject: CFP -Inputs/Outputs: Inter-disciplinary Approaches to
Causality in Engagement, Immersion, Presence and Related
Concepts in Performance and Human Computer Interaction
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2013 12:04:36 +0000
From: Susana Nascimento <Susana.Nascimento at iscte.pt>
Subject: Lisbon Summer School * July 8-12 * STTF2013 ISCTE-IUL
SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES AND TRANSDISCIPLINARY FUTURES:
FROM COLLABORATIVE DESIGN TO DIGITAL FABRICATION
STTF2013 Summer School * July 8-12 * ISCTE-IUL University Institute of Lisbon
[ sttf2013.iscte-iul.pt http://sttf2013.iscte-iul.pt/ ] [ facebook.com/sttf2013 http://facebook.com/sttf2013 ] [ twitter.com/sttf2013<http://twitter.com/sttf2013> ]
STTF2013 invites you to apply for a one week intensive programme of social and technical methods, in a transdisciplinary environment that will engage participants in both conceptual and practical activities with all four pillars of sustainability as background.
STTF2013 is intended for Master and PhD students, researchers, and professionals from STS, Product and Service Design, Social Sciences and Humanities, Architecture and Engineering, Communication and Media, Environmental Studies, Economics and Management, Computer Sciences, and others.
Regardless of individual experience, everyone will have the opportunity to work in sociotechnical processes of design, construction and discussion of concrete objects, through Introductory Sessions, Masterclasses and Hands On Workshops.
> Jerry Ravetz (University of Oxford UK)
> Liz Sanders (MakeTools US)
> Tomas Diez (FabLab Barcelona ES)
> Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent (Université Panthéon-Sorbonne FR)
> Alex Schaub (FabLab Amsterdam NL)
> Application Deadline – APRIL 1
> Notification of Selected Participants – APRIL 15
> Early Registration and Payment Deadline – MAY 1
> Late Registration and Payment Deadline – JUNE 1
FIND OUT MORE
> For more information on How To Apply, Fees, Programme, Speakers, or Venue, please visit our website http://sttf2013.iscte-iul.pt<http://sttf2013.iscte-iul.pt/>
> STTF2013 is a joint initiative of VitruviusFabLab-IUL<http://www.vitruviusfablab.iscte-iul.pt/> (Digital Fabrication Laboratory) and CIES-IUL<http://www.cies.iscte-iul.pt/en/> (Centre for Research and Studies in Sociology), research units of ISCTE-IUL http://www.iscte-iul.pt/en/home.aspx (University Institute of Lisbon)
> For any additional inquiries, contact us at sttf2013 at iscte.pt<mailto:sttf2013 at iscte.pt> or call CIES-IUL Front Desk +351 210 464 018<tel:00351210464018>
STTF2013 Scientific and Organizing Committee
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2013 15:27:51 +0000
From: "Pierazzo, Elena" <elena.pierazzo at kcl.ac.uk>
Subject: TEI Conference and Members Meeting 2013: Rome (Italy) 2-5 October
On behalf of the TEI Board, I'm delighted to inform you that the TEI Conference and Members Meeting 2013 will take place in at the University of Rome "La Sapienza". The local committee is chaired by Fabio Ciotti, on behalf of the AIUCD - the Italian Associazione per l'Informatica Umanistica e la Cultura Digitale, in collaboration with the research Centre DIGILAB Sapienza.
The Programme Committee is chaired by Arianna Ciula. News about the Call for Paper will follow shortly.
The Conference and Members' Meeting will take place from 2 to 5 October, will start with the usual wealth of workshop (CFP to follow) and will include SIG meetings. Please save the date!
It is indeed our great pleasure to be able to hold our annual conference in Italy and in particular in Rome, where the use of TEI has been strong since the TEI's early days and I really hope many of you will be able to come and enjoy the delights of a rich and vibrant the intellectual environment, the extraordinary artistic treasures of of the Eternal City and the legendary food (I can personally vouch for all of the above!).
Dr Elena Pierazzo
Lecturer in Digital Humanities
Department in Digital Humanities
King's College London
26-29 Drury Lane
London WC2B 5RL
elena.pierazzo at kcl.ac.uk
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2013 19:38:21 +0000
From: Russell Pearce <R.Pearce at SUSSEX.AC.UK>
Subject: CFP -Inputs/Outputs: Inter-disciplinary Approaches to Causality in Engagement, Immersion, Presence and Related Concepts in Performance and Human Computer Interaction
Conference Call for Papers
INPUTS / OUTPUTS: Inter-disciplinary Approaches to Causality in Engagement, Immersion, Presence and Related Concepts in Performance and Human Computer Interaction
Deadline for contributions 22nd February 2013
26 June 2013
Engagement is much sought after in the public discourse of politics, theatre and education. Immersion, presence, and motivation attract further research to the engagement continuum. The goal of this symposium is to inspire an interdisciplinary spectrum of academics, practitioners and funders interested in deeper engagement (and related terms) toward novel collaborative solutions and projects. By mixing practitioners and researchers from arts, media and science, the conference will offer a platform for adaptation of discoveries made in other disciplines.
The title “Inputs/Outputs” concerns the interaction between ‘sender’ and ‘receiver’. Examples of human-centred inputs are computer games, immersive theatre, novels, music, and classroom lessons; examples of outputs are emotions, memories, neural activities, physiological changes, and motivated behaviours.
The rationale for the symposium is to improve the models for understanding the relationship between cause (pre-designed or scripted interventions) and effects (emotions, memories, neural activities) engendered in the audience or end-user. In interactive experiences, proposing causal relationships is made more difficult as human responses are sometimes conflated with causes. The symposium will focus its inter-disciplinary discourse on teasing apart scripted factors (inputs to the audience) that elicit or cause states like engagement, and on the human, observable effects that result from states like engagement (outputs from the audience).
We welcome submissions on the central questions of the conference:
* • The relationship between physical, emotional, and intellectual engagement
* • Results from assessment and quantification of engagement in different fields
* • Methodologies and modalities for measuring engagement in different fields
Other relevant topics include: rapport, immersion, ‘presence’, hypnotic absorption, neuroscience of engagement, interactional synchrony, engagement during interactivity in HCI, social signal processing, games, and the arts.
Presentations should take the form of posters or 15-minute papers. We also welcome proposals for workshops or panels. For posters and individual papers, please submit a 250-word abstract as well as a short biographical note of 100 words. For panel and workshop proposals, please provide a brief outline of the session’s aims together with abstracts and biographical notes for each speaker and for the proposed panel chair or discussants.
Please bear in mind that the conference is an interdisciplinary platform, and that submissions should be easily understood by an audience from outside of your discipline.
All proposals should be emailed as pdf to the organisers at io-conf at sussex.ac.uk<mailto:io-conf at sussex.ac.uk>.
All proposals will be acknowledged and successful contributions confirm no later than 15 March 2013.
For information about speakers and programme, please visit www.inputs-outputs.org http://www.inputs-outputs.org .
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