We invite proposals for workshops that will be held at IFIP-ICEC 2023.

Submission deadline for workshop proposals: April 3
Extended: submission deadline for workshop proposal: April 16

Workshops proposals

Chairs: Jannicke Baalsrud Hauge KTH Royal Institute of Technology Sweden and Barbara Goebl University of Wien Austria

We invite proposals in all areas of entertainment computing and serious games research (see conference topics listed above) and particularly welcome proposals that will focus on and promote discussion on new and emerging trends in these areas. Workshop proposals must include the following information:

– Workshop or tutorial title and short abstract (max. 50 words)
– Workshop summary, short review of state of the art, motivation and goals
– Workshop format (an activity plan and its rationale towards the goals)
– Workshop format for participant enrollment (e.g. position papers, prior expression of interest, or other applicable requirement for planning and organization);
– Profile of participants (and estimated number of participants)
– Contact of the organizers (name, affiliation, address, phone#, email);
– Short but relevant bio information of the organizers;
– Expected workshop outcomes (proceedings, special issue of journals, project proposals, etc.);
– Proposed workshop due dates (take into consideration conference schedules); workshops can be scheduled for either half a day (4h) or a full day (8h).
– Workshops are open to all IFIP-ICEC attendees at no additional cost, even if not submitting contributions.

Submissions need to adhere to the stated workshop proposal deadline. Additionally, to be considered for inclusion in the conference proceedings, authors of workshop proposals may also submit a 6 page (maximum, excl. references) paper in the Springer LNCS format, observing the deadline for full paper submission. Regular workshop proposals will not be included in the proceedings.