Call for Submissions
Exchange and Experience in Space and Place
The 13th International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia
Theoretical, case study, or applied Papers, Short Papers, Posters and Demonstrations are invited under the umbrella themes of:
All papers will be peer reviewed and authors of selected peer-reviewed papers will be published in Springer LNCS.
In addition to traditional conference paper and workshop proposals, VSMM07 encourages innovative submissions including movies, interactive or immersive designs and simulations, theater, and installations. We encourage you to be creative and make a difference! Please contact the program committee directly to discuss non traditional submissions.
Authors may elect to not be peer reviewed. Non peer reviewed papers and presentation proposals will be selected on their suitability and quality by the program committee.
Download Chinese version of this CFP here as a pdf or word document.
Download Japanese version of this CFP here as a pdf
or word document
- Long Papers due 17 June:: 12 pages (approx 3000-4000 words).
- Short Papers due 17 June:: 5 pages (approx 1200-1800 words).
- Posters due 15 July :: single A2 (or other format by negotiation).
- Final Copy Papers – 10 August 2007
- Conference: September 23 – 26, 2007
create opportunity for discussion and participation around a single
skill set. Attendees are actively involved during the session.
for workshops should include:
definition of the issue or activity being
nature of attendees' participation
relevance to the conference theme
expected outcomes for attendees
of the workshop (normally one hour or
Panels are meant to develop single themes or explore an issue from a variety of perspectives.
Abstracts for panel discussions should include:
- a description of the issue or theme of the panel
- the name and particular perspective of each participant
- an explanation of the significance of the panel to the conference theme and media and communication scholarship
- the intended audience and how audience members will benefit from the panel.
There should be no more than three panellists and be 90 minutes long.
All inquiries about the submission of a panel, tutorial, or workshop
proposal should be made to: