[ARENA] Fwd: CFP: Live Coding and Collaboration symposium

André Rangel a 3kta.net
Quarta-Feira, 18 de Junho de 2014 - 10:44:25 WEST

> Live Coding and Collaboration symposium
> Call for papers
> University of Birmingham, on 25-26th September 2014.
> http://livecodenetwork.org/collaboration/
> In live coding, the innards of software are exposed and rewired
> through live, direct, and exploratory use of custom made programming
> languages. See http://livecodenetwork.org/ and http://toplap.org/ for
> more background.
> This symposium will bring new focus to collaborative aspects of live
> coding, following last year's Dagstuhl seminar "Collaboration and
> Learning through Live Coding".
> Day one, on the 25th September, will be a doctoral consortium
> dedicated to postgraduate students (PhD and masters level), to present
> work and explore ideas at an early stage. This will be an opportunity
> to receive feedback from peers, and experienced researchers and
> practitioners in the field. We encourage a wide range of
> participation, from those who are simply curious about what live
> coding might mean for their research, to those who are exploring core
> live coding research questions. Cultural, psychological, computer
> science, social, technological, aesthetic, philosophical and other
> perspectives are all welcome. The workshop will include hands-on
> activities suitable for all levels, there is no requirement for prior
> programming experience. Prospective participants will need to submit
> an extended abstract of 1-2 pages (indicative length), outlining their
> present research interests.
> Day two, on the 26th September, will be a symposium dedicated to the
> theme of Live Coding and Collaboration. We invite short papers (2-4
> pages) and demonstrations (with 1-2 page description) which interweave
> live coding with such themes as computer supported cooperative work,
> social computing, network music and laptop ensembles, and social
> craft. The day will consist of short papers and demonstrations, with
> focus on discussion exploring emerging themes.
> All submissions will undergo single-blind peer review. All page sizes
> are indicative length only. Please use a font no smaller than 11pt,
> and submit in PDF format.
> All papers and abstracts should be submitted via Easychair, at
> https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=lcrns3
> We will release further information shortly, including registration details.
> Please direct all questions to Alex McLean: a.mclean  leeds.ac.uk
> Key dates:
> * Submission deadline: 14th July 2014
> * Notification of acceptance: 25th July 2014
> * Resubmission of accepted papers: 25th August 2014
> * Live coding doctoral consortium: 25th September 2014
> * Live coding and collaboration symposium: 26th September 2014
> * The symposium will lead into the Network Music Festival, which this
> year will focus on Live Coding performance, and will continue until
> 28th September.
> Organising committee:
> * Alex McLean, ICSRiM, School of Music, University of Leeds
> * Scott Wilson, Electroacoustic studios, Department of Music,
> University of Birmingham
> * Thor Magnusson, School of Media, Film and Music, University of Sussex
> * Shelly Knotts, School of Music, University of Durham
> http://livecodenetwork.org/collaboration/
> This event is a Live Coding Research Network activity funded by the
> Arts and Humanities Research Council.
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