Second Call for Papers

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                            Second Call for Papers

            The Sixth International Computer Science Conference:
                            Active Media Technology

                        18 - 20 December 2001, Hong Kong

                  Home Page:

                                    Organized by
                    IEEE Hong Kong Section Computer Chapter
             Department of Computer Science, Hong Kong Baptist University


     As a newly emerged, fast-growing branch in information technology and
     com-puter science, Active Media Technology (AMT) strongly
     emphasizes on the in-creasingly important proactive roles of
     computational systems and media in dif-ferent aspects of digital life.
     This conference will particularly focus on (i) the current state of research
     and development in theory, art, and science of AMT, and (ii) the
     demonstration of the latest architectures, prototypes, tools, and field-ed
     systems that demonstrate or enable AMT. The topics of interest include,
     but are not limited to:
        - Human-Machine Collaboration, Self-Adapting Computers,
        - Face and Gesture Recognition, Learning, Visualization,
        - Evolutionary Art, Models of Emotion, Motivation, or Personality,
        - Smart Environments, Wearable Computers, Hand-Held or
        - Satellite-Based Devices and Avatars,
        - Multi-Agent Systems, Multi-Modal Interfaces, Smart Materials,
        - Collaborative Information Gathering,
        - Virtual Marketplace or Community, Internet Ecology,
        - Augmented Reality, Knowledge Network, Personalization,
        - Distributed Softbots and Netbots, Synthetic Agents and Believable,
        - Pervasive Technology, Push Technology, Multi-Modal
        - Content/Service Delivery, Active Perception.

    Keynote Speakers:

     Prof. James L. Crowley
           INRIA Rhone-Alpes, France

     Prof. Toshio Fukuda
           Nagoya University, Japan

     Prof. Toru Ishida
           Kyoto University, Japan

     Prof. Oussama Khatib
           Stanford University, USA

     Prof. Takeo Kanade
           The Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

     Submission of paper must be in full manuscript. Electronic submission
     is encouraged. The accepted papers will be published in conference
     pro-ceedings. It is understood that one of the authors of the accepted
     paper will register and pre-sent their paper at the conference. Selected
     high-quality papers from the proceedings will be published in an
     international journal.
    Important Dates:

     Submission Due : April 15, 2001
     Notification of Acceptance: June 15, 2001
     Camera Ready Manuscripts Due: August 15, 2001

    For more information, please contact:

     AMT 2001 Secretariat
     Department of Computer Science
     Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
     Fax: (852)-2339-7892
    Conference Organizing Committee:

     Congress Chair: Ernest C M Lam
                            Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
     Conference Chairs: Toshio Fukuda
                            Nagoya university, Japan
                            Joseph Ng
                            Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
     Program Chairs: Toru Ishida
                            Kyoto University, Japan

                            Jiming Liu
                            Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

                            P C Yuen
                            Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
     Program Committee: Keith Chan
                            Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
                            David Cheung
                            Hong Kong University, Hong Kong
                            Jeffrey Cohn
                            University of Pittsburgh, USA
                            Stefan Decker
                            Stanford University, USA
                            Dieter Fensel
                            Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands
                            Myron Flickner
                            IBM Almaden Research Center, USA
                            Barbara Hayes-Roth
                            Stanford University, USA
                            Tomonari Kamba
                            NEC Internet Systems Research Laboratories, Japan
                            Juntae Kim
                            Dongguk University, Korea
                            David Kinny
                            University of Melbourne, Australia
                            Sarit Kraus
                            University of Maryland, USA
                            Helen Meng
                            Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
                            Hideyuki Nakanishi
                            Kyoto University, Japan
                            Hideyuki Nakashima
                            ETL, Japan
                            Wee-Keong Ng
                            Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
                            Toshikazu Nishimura
                            Ritsumeikan University, Japan
                            Sun Park
                            Rutgers University, USA
                            Terry R. Payne
                            Carnegie Mellon University, USA
                            Eugene Santos
                            University of Connecticut, USA
                            Carles Sierra
                            CSIC-Spanish Scientific Research Council, Spain
                            Yasuyuki Sumi
                            ATR Laboratory Japan, Japan
                            Takao Terano
                            University of Tsukuba, Japan
                            Hong Yan
                            City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
                            Yiming Ye
                            IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA
                            Dit-Yan Yeung
                            Hong Kong University of Science and Technology,
                            Hong Kong
                            Tetuya Yoshida
                            Osaka University, Japan
                            Eric Yu
                            University of Toronto, Canada
     Organizing Chair: Kelvin C K Wong
                            Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

     Organizing Committee: William K W Cheung
                            Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
                             Samuel P M Choi
                            Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

                             C S Huang
                            Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
                             C H Li
                            Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
                            M W Mak
                            Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
                             K C Tsui
                            Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
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