All submissions must follow the proper template. Paper, poster and exhibition templates are blind. Please be aware of these specific details before sending your proposal.
CAC.4 CONGRESS – FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS
Computer art & design for children.
Computer art & design for visually impaired.
Computer art & design for audio impaired.
Computer art & design for motor impaired.
- Plenary (keynote) presentations
- Workshops and tutorials
- Demonstrations and posters
Each participant can send a maximum of one (1) contribution for each category (communication, workshop/tutorial, poster and exhibition), which will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee by means of a peer review process. At the congress the authors of papers will have 20 minutes for presentation, and 10 minutes for discussion with those present. The Congress Organization will provide a space for the presentation and exhibition of the posters selected by the Scientific Committee. These posters will be exhibited every day of the Congress. The authors must print the poster and deliver at the Congress Organization on the morning of the opening day, September 1st, before the congress starts. They should be available in the exhibition space during the coffee breaks as set in the program.
Accepted papers will be distributed to all authors in a printed copy, published by the Graduate Program of Visual Arts, School of Fine Arts, University of Rio de Janeiro. The proceedings book will include only the selected papers and posters presented at the congress. A digital copy of papers will be available for download from the website. Accepted papers may be selected for their publication in a special issue of the International Journal of Design Sciences and Technology (http://europia.org/IJDST/index.html).
Computer Art Categories
OBS. We recommend listing the chosen categories bellow at the item Reviewing Interests at the participants profile registration.
- Aesthetics of Computer Art
- Algorithmic Art
- ASCII Art
- Computer Art & Body
- Computer Art & Poetry
- Computer Art & Design
- Computer Graphics
- Computer Music
- Digital illustration
- Digital painting
- Evolutionary art
- Fractal Art
- Generative Art
- Generative Music
- History of Computer Art
- Interactive Computer Art
- Media Art
- Motion Graphics
- Networked Art
- Robotic Art
- Sound Visualization
- Software Art
- Tradigital Art
Instructions to SUBMIT paper or poster contributions
You should indicate the type of contribution you wish to present at CAC.4. Once accepted by the Scientific Committee, and you register on the Congress you will be presenting your work at the Conference through an oral paper or a poster. The paper or poster will be published in the Conference Proceedings.
- Send a word file (doc. or docx) – save the file with the initials of the title of your contribution. Example – TPINP.doc, or TPINP.docx.
- The contributions should be anonymous and should not express the name of the author(s). Documents that do not comply with this rule will be excluded from the evaluation process.
- Official language of the conference: English. Documents that do not comply with this rule will be excluded from the evaluation process.
Model File Paper conference
- Abstract up to 300 words
- Text up to 4000 words (including abstract, footnotes and references).
- Maximum 3 colour images
Model File for Poster
Model File for Workshop & Tutorial
Model File for CAC.4
link for URL Exhibition Call “COMPUTER ART FOR ALL”
By submitting proponents authorize CAC.4, UFRJ and curators to use images, texts and sounds of all documentation and recordings of the event in accordance with the document
ABOUT THE PEER REVIEW PROCESS
In the peer review process, three members of the Scientific Committee will be in charge of assessing your work. Should they have any suggestions or comments to make about your documents, they will be included in a table that will be then sent for you to read. Should your work be accepted by two members of the committee without any comments, your contribution will be included in the Congress Record to be digitally published. Your work will not be accepted for publishing in the Congress Proceedings if two members of the Scientific Committee reject the work.