Las Palmas de Gran Ganaria – Spain, October 1 – 2, 2019
Topics, Deadlines and Program Committee
New spaces are emerging for constructive reflection in the context of social and technological research fostered by the rise of the democratization of access to online information in the process of convergence of the different disciplines of human knowledge.The present conference is one example of them.
In this event we pay special attention to multimedia mobile communication that has made the possibility available to millions of users to instantly access information related to tourism and its main components, such as the cultural and natural heritage, among others, of thousands of places, scattered far and wide, of our planet.
In addition, the uninterrupted progress of the new technologies and the tourism industry require intercultural content that intelligently adapts to the potential recipients and generators of positive trends in social networks.
In this creative stage, education has a priority role, as it continues to be one of the mainstays of culturally developed communities, as evidenced by recent history, together with the evolution of civilizations, regardless of temporal and spatial space.
In our days, educational creativity finds in gamification a learning technique that continues with the precepts formulated in the 20th century with learning by playing. In this sense, gamification, understood as a mechanics of games in the educational-professional field, opens new fields for study and research to achieve better results, together with the requirements of users of intelligent interactive systems in the new millennium.
Therefore, this is an ideal environment for all people who want to present the results obtained in the application of software and hardware, in a thriving and progressive triad, such as the tourism industry, gamification applied to education, and the design of interactive contents for end users of the latest generation of multimedia systems, intelligent or not. The main areas of the conference are listed below.
Finally, the main topics that have been listed do not mean a limitation to present other topics, which can enrich and enhance the current vision. As well as the possible new horizons that can be opened for the future in the short, medium and long term.
Many conferences are focussed on specific aspects of tourism, gamification, learning, computer science, interfaces, user experiences, artificial intelligence, etc. and bring together leading experts in a particular field or sometimes on a specific technology. At such large conferences students are often marginalized or relegated to poster sessions. Our workshops, symposia, etc., are not a big scale and aim to promote dialogue between established professors and graduate students working on new directions. Hence topics from the whole range of artificial intelligence, big data, communicability, computer science, cultural heritage attraction, database and business intelligence, ecotourism, gamification design, human-computer interaction, information retrieval and data mining, learning analytics, ludification, machine learning, marine and coastal areas tourism, mobile computing, new technologies, serious games, software quality, tourism industry, etc. are welcomed. Last year’s workshops, symposia, etc., organized by ALAIPO and AInCI, for instance, included papers, research-in-progress, etc., on the topics (see below the alphabetical order).
All contributions –papers, research-in-progress, workshops, demos, posters and doctoral consortium, should be of high quality, originality, clarity, significance and impact. In the current international conference it is demonstrated how with a correct integration among professionals of formal and factual sciences interesting research lines in the following subjects: Augmented Reality, Big Data and Gamification, City Tourism, Communicablity, Computer Graphics, Design, Education, Entertainment Computing and Edutainment, Game-Based Learning, ICT, Interfaces, Methodologies, Multimedia Systems, Preservation of Cultural Heritage, Rural Tourism, Software Engineering, Tourism and Technology, User Studies, UX, and other computational areas are solicited on, but not limited to (alphabetical order):
Computer Science and Tourism
:: Climate Change and Tourism Impact
:: Computer Science for Cultural and Natural Heritage, Travel and Tourism
:: Data Science, Analysis and Computational Thinking
:: Database and Business Development
:: Digital and Social Market for Real and Virtual Tourists
:: Industrial Tourism: ICT Management and Development
:: Informatics for the Preservation of Cultural and Natural Heritage
:: Information Retrieval and Data Mining
:: Revenue Management
:: Web Design: Tourism Strategies
:: Games and Computer Graphics
:: Gamification in the Cloud
:: Intelligent Systems and Gamification as a Service
:: Interactive Narrative and Digital Storytelling
:: New Media and Games
:: Pedagogical Principles of Gamification
:: Pervasive/Ubiquitous Gaming
:: Player Behavior Modelling
:: Serious Games User Assessment
:: Video Game Design and Development
:: Assessing Personal Abilities through Mobile Multimedia Systems
:: Design for Multimodal Interaction
:: Emotions and Affective Interaction
:: Human-Computer Interaction: History, Technologies and Trends
:: Immersiveness, Multimedia and Virtual User Experiences
:: Interaction in Augmented Reality and Internet of Things
:: Interactive Narrative and Digital Storytelling
:: Natural and Adaptive User Interfaces
:: Social Computing and User Behaviour
:: UX and Interactive Systems: Learning, Entertainment and Realism
All submitted papers will be reviewed by a double-blind (at least three reviewers), non-blind, and participative peer review. These three kinds of review will support the selection process of those that will be accepted for their presentation at the international conference. Authors of accepted papers who registered in the conference can have access to the evaluations and possible feedback provided by the reviewers who recommended the acceptance of their papers, so they can accordingly improve the final version of their papers.
Francisco V. Cipolla Ficarra (Chair – coordinator)
Pamela Fulton and Doris Edison (International Secretariat)
ALAIPO: Asociación Latina Interacción Persona-Ordenador –Latin Association of HCI (www.alaipo.com) and AINCI: Asociación Internacional de la Comunicación Interactiva –International Association of Interactive Communication (www.ainci.com). Address: Via Tabajani 1, S. 15 (7) – 24121 (Bergamo) Italy :: c/ Angel Baixeras, 5 – AP 1638 – 08080 (Barcelona), Spain. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org :: email@example.com
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2. The conference have the following deadlines
Works Submissions: Open. Consequently, as they are received, they will be evaluated. It is a way to speed up the process to make up the final program of the international conference, visa requirements, should plan travel well in advance, etc. In other words, it is not necessary to wait until the deadline to send them for the evaluation process.
Deadline Works Submissions: August, 27th
Authors Notification: Two weeks after the submission/s
Camera-ready, full papers: September, 28th
International Conference: October, 1 – 2