ACM Symposium on Applied Perception 2019
Abstr. due: 21.05.2019
Dates: 19.09.19 — 20.09.19
Area Of Sciences: Computer science;
Organizing comittee e-mail: https://sap.acm.org/2019/
The ACM Symposium on Applied Perception (ACM SAP) provides an intimate, immersive forum for researchers who combine knowledge and methods from fields perception research and visual computing discipline. This explicitly includes such disciplines as cognitive psychology, computer graphics, psychophysics, computer vision, neuroscience, visualization, and computational aesthetics to name just a few.
The conference is based on the fact that organic perception-action systems face fundamental problems that are formally similar to those faced by many synthetics systems. In particular, both organic and synthetic systems must use a limited amount of resources to process the enormous amount of perceptually and behaviorally relevant information in real world scenes. Since the various applied perception disciplines use different but complementary methods, the fusion of them not only helps to overcome the inherent limits of each field, but also opens up entire new realms of scientific inquiry. This conference focuses on interdisciplinary research that integrates insights from the organic and the synthetic to create novel applications, algorithms, and or computational models.
ACM SAP 2019 will be held in Barcelona, Spain on the 19th and 20th of September, 2019. We invite submissions of original work in all areas of applied perception, regardless of sensory modality (vision, haptics, acoustics, proprioception, etc.). Relevant areas include but are not limited to:
applications of insights from organic perceptual systems to the development of algorithms for modeling, rendering, and/or animation;
applications of insights from organic perceptual systems to the development of virtual environments or virtual characters;
applications of insights from organic perceptual systems to the development of algorithms for the extraction of information from sensor input;
applications of insights from organic perceptual systems in the design of methods for more effective representation and communication of data;
applications of insights from computer science for modeling and/or simulating organic perceptual systems;
applications of insights from computer science (including virtual environments and virtual characters) for the systematic study and modeling of organic perceptual systems.
Conference Web-Site: https://sap.acm.org/2019/