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  • Deadline:
    May 15, 2009, midnight
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International Conference on CYBERWORLDS
7-11 September 2009, University of Bradford, UK

Info: h.ugail@bradford.ac.uk or rsrqahwa@bradford.ac.uk

Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society and organised in-cooperation with ACM

CW2009 will provide an opportunity for academics, scientists and
engineers from around the world to share the latest research, ideas
and developments in the fields of cyberworlds. Papers presenting
original research are being sought in all areas of cyberworlds. The
Visual Computing research group at the School of Informatics,
University of Bradford will host CW2009 at the University of
Bradford?s main campus. CW2009 is co-sponsored by IEEE Computer
Society and is in cooperation with ACM.

Authors are invited to submit full papers of up to 8 pages (including
figures and references) in PDF format.
Papers should be formatted using the document templates for
conferences sponsored by IEEE. Upon acceptance, the final revised
paper is also required in camera-ready electronic form.
The conference
proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society with
special issues in Virtual Reality Journal(Springer) and The Visual
Computer (Springer).

Important Dates:
Paper submission 15th April 2009
Notice of acceptance 29th May 2009
Camera-ready paper 30th June 2009

Conference topics include but not limited to:
Visual cyberworlds
Cyberworlds and applications
Cyberethics and cyberlaws. Cybersecurity
Modelling and animation in cyberworlds
Virtual reality in cyberworlds
Computer vision and augmented reality
Shared virtual worlds
Bioinformatics for cyberlife and medicine
Healthcare in cyberworlds
E-business in cyberworlds
Cyberworlds for education
Cyberworlds for design and manufacturing
Cyberculture and cyberarts, Cyber social networks
Communication in cyberworlds

Conference Co-Chairs:
Dr R Qahwaji, University of Bradford
Dr S Ipson, University of Bradford
Program Co-Chairs:
Dr H Ugail, University of Bradford
Prof. P J Willis, University of Bath

Honorary Co-Chairs:
Prof. R Earnshaw, University of Bradford
Prof. T L Kunii, University of Tokyo
Prof. J Vince, University of Bournemouth

Information and questions: h.ugail@bradford.ac.uk or rsrqahwa@bradford.ac.uk