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ADADA 2011 : The 9th International Conference of Asia Digital Art and Design Association


When Dec 9, 2011 - Dec 10, 2011
Where Kitakyushu,Fukuoka pref.JAPAN
Submission Deadline Nov 6, 2011
Notification Due Nov 6, 2011
Final Version Due Nov 6, 2011
Categories    multimedia   art   design   asia

Call For Papers

for details, please visit the web site of ADADA2011

Registration and Submission Information

Important changes for ADADA2011:
◦A poster session will not be held this year.
◦There are two presentation styles available.

- Paper Presentation (Oral presentation, Research-oriented)
- Artwork Presentation (Oral presentation, Artwork-oriented)
◦Page layouts for proceedigns have been changed.

Qualification for presentation:
◦A speaker (or the first author) must have a valid membership of ADADA. Membership registration can be completed on ADADA official website, not this conference website. If you are a student, you can get a discount.
Registration Fee / Presentation Fee:
◦In addition to the above membership fee, conference registration and presentation fees are required as follows. The price of the presentation fee is the same in both Paper Presentation and Artwork Presentation.
* An admission for "welcome party" is included in the registration fee.
(JPY) Advanced Registration On Site Registration Presentation Fee
Member 8,000 10,000 5,000
Student Member 5,000 6,000 2,000
Non Member 10,000 12,000 -
Non Member (Student) 6,000 8,000 -

Presentation Styles
In this year's conference, there are two types of presentation available as follows.

◦Paper Presentation (Oral presentation, Research-oriented)
◦Artwork Presentation (Oral presentation, Artwork-oriented)

*Regardless of the above classification, both design/art research and design/art works papers are welcome.
*There is no poster session this year.

Regardless of the presentation style, each presentation consists of a 15-minute talk and a 5-minute discussion (questions and answers). A speaker must make a presentation in English. But using speaker's mother tongue is allowed only during the discussion. In this case, you should ask for a session chair's permission just before your session begins. The release date of your work must be within the last 3 years. You should submit a proceeding prior to your presentation by the submission deadline. More details about the proceeding are available here.

◦Each presentation is 15 minutes followed by a 5-minute-discussion.
◦Presentation language is English.
◦Q&A /discussion may be in the presenter's native language.

Examples of Topics

◦CGI (Computer Generated Imagery)
◦Computational Geometry
◦Computer Vision
◦Content Industry
◦Digital Fabrication
◦Image Processing
◦Law and Intellectual Property
◦Media Studies
◦Mobile Device
◦Music / Sound
◦Performing Arts
◦Video / Film
◦Visual Arts
◦VR / AR

Paper Presentation:
Paper Presentation is a conventional academic oral presentation. You can present any topics about digital art/design fields ranging from technical research to cultural matters. Artistic projects are also welcome. In any case, your presentation should mention both aesthetic aspects and technical aspects of your project. Also, a process of the project should be explained logically, and your contribution to digital art/design field must be clarified. Regardless of your topic, you must describe your project in a scholarly manner.
Artwork Presentation (New!):
New for ADADA2011! Artwork Presentation is a more artistically-oriented session. You can present any type of artwork, as long as digital technologies are used in it. If you produced a cutting-edge digital art such as a computer animation and an interactive art, Artwork Presentation would be a great showcase. You can share your ideas between hundreds of artists and researchers, and it may evoke a synergetic effect in Asian digital art community. You should describe an artistic motivation, a background of your artwork, and how digital technologies are involved in your work, and so on. No matter what type of artwork you present, your presentation must be made in an academic manner.

For greater exposure, we strongly encourage all artists who submit Artwork Paper to exhibit your work at the conference center during ADADA2011. Please indicate whether you can show your work or not on the online submission form. If you agree to bring your work, we will provide you a space to exhibit your work. But you are responsible for preparing necessary equipment such as computer by yourself. If there are a lot of video/animation submissions, we may provide a theater space and equipment such as video projector to show screen-based artworks. Once you submit a proceeding, we will shortly contact you to find out how to show your work. Details are expected to be announced shortly after the submission deadline. Please note that you are responsible for any cost involved in the exhibition. That is, we do not pay for packing, crating, shipping, insurance, and custom duty.

*PLEASE NOTE: A page layout of proceedings for "Artwork Presentation" is different from that of "Paper Presentation". Please refer to layout samples below. Also, a number of pages in Artwork Presentation is two.

Sample Files
Please submit a proceeding in PDF. You can download template files (MS-Word format), and sample/instruction files (PDF) from the following links. No matter what software you use to write your proceeding, please submist a PDF file only.
Template Sample/Instruction
Paper Presentation MS-Word (.doc) PDF
Artwork Presentation MS-Word (.doc) PDF

*IMPORTANT: A file format for submission must be PDF. We do not accept other formats such as MS-Word(.doc or .docx) and TeX.

Submission Guideline:
How to Submit
Online submission due : 12:00pm midnight Nov.06, 2011(JST)

All submission must be made online through our online submission system. That is, we do not accept submissions via e-mail or postal mail. Please submit a PDF proceeding written in English. Unlike a journal of ADADA, you do not have to submit additional manuscript in your mother tongue. Again, English only.

Proceeding Preparation Guideline
■Submission Format:
PDF (We do not accept other formats)

A4 paper (Height 297 mm x Width 210 mm)

■Number of Pages:
[Paper Presentation] 2 pages or 4 pages.
*Pages must be even number. That is, we do not accept 3-page or 5-page proceedings.
[Artwork Presentation] 2 pages

[Paper Presentation] Gray scale.

* Even if you submit a color proceeding, it would be printed in gray scale.
[Artwork Presentation] Color

* You are encouraged to submit your proceeding in full color unless your artwork is gray scale. But do not use color in texts.

■Description (First page):
The first page should contain title, subtitle, first author, co-authors(if applicable), institutional affiliation, abstract (see below), and keywords (see below). The body text should be placed at 10-20mm below them. Also, a corresponding author including e-mail address should be placed on the lower left of the page. With regard to the author's name, please write the last name first, then put a comma (, ) between last name and first name. (e.g. Obama, Barack H.)

*PLEASE NOTE: Page layouts are different between Paper Presentation and Artwork Presentation. Please refer to each layout sample.

Describe three keywords which would represent your research/work. Keywords must be in English.

Summarize your research/work concisely without quoting the body text.
[Paper Presentation] 100 - 200 words
[Artwork Presentation] 50 - 100 words

■Body Text: In order to enhance readability, using a hierarchical structure is highly recommended (e.g. chapters, sections, big headlines, subheads, paragraphs, and so on). Also, a body text should be classified into such as "introduction", "method", "result", "discussion", "conclusion", and so on.

Please use the following fonts.
Sans-serif fonts

(Helvetica and Helvetica Neue are preferable. Arial is also acceptable.)
- Title, subtitle, first author, co-authors and institutional affiliation
Serif fonts

(Times and Times New Roman are preferable. Century is also acceptable.)
- Abstract, keywords, body text and captions like figures and tables

■Figures and Tables:
Figures, tables and photographs should be placed with 5-15mm spacing from the body text. It is also acceptable to arrange them with spanning double column of body text. In this case, the figure or table should be placed on the top or bottom of the page. Please put a caption on the bottom of the figure, or the top of the table. Captions should be numbered like "Figure1 An example".

All references should be listed according to the order of the citation. Put the citation number in square brackets [ ]. Please include the following information in each reference. Please put comma (,) between items.

- author(s) (family-name-first style)
- title (italic)
- name of the publication (journal)
- publisher
- issue
- page(s)
- year

e.g. (journal)
[1] Sutherland, I. E., Ten Unsolved Problems in Computer Graphics, Datamation, Vol. 12, No. 5, pp. 22-27, 1966.

e.g. (book)
[2] Rowling, J. K., Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Arthur A. Levine Books, 2007.

Last Update: 28/10/2011

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