International Conference & Symposium on
Computer Games; Animation, Multimedia, IPTV, Edutainment & Security
28th-30th April 2008
Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre
The evidently expanding Asian Gaming industry defines the need for the Computer Games & Allied Technology 08 conference at Singapore. The conference provides a platform for the international gaming community experts to discuss and deliberate with their Eastern counterparts on the state-of-the-art, new research results, perspectives of future developments, and innovative applications relevant to games development and related areas. The conference shall strive to shed light on the inherent sociological and design differences between the East and the West while exploring the challenges faced by the Asian Gaming industry. The conference also provides an opportunity to the international and regional Gaming studios, Game production companies and Allied technology and service providers to showcase their technology, products and services at the concurrent industry symposium.
Computer games model many interesting real-world problems and provide a fun, scalable, virtual environment for technological interplay. The conference venue at Singapore provides a similar fun, diverse but real-world environment for the gaming community to interact and connect. Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre serves as the Conference venue.
Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre, also referred as the Asia’s Convention City, is a self contained Convention venue which no other facility can match. The precinct surrounding Suntec Singapore forms a unique, self-contained and fully integrated convention city, adjacent to the Central Business District (CBD), and only 20 minutes from Changi International Airport Singapore.
The conference will address the key areas of Game design, production, programming, audio and visual arts, mobile gaming, game security, IPTV and edutainment, through the following technical sessions. The session list is indicative of the key areas of discussion but is not restrictive, and suggestions from the gaming community for additional specific sessions are welcome. Please write with your suggestions for additional sessions.
- Games Simulations and Dynamic Models
- Tools and Systems for Games and Virtual Reality
- Media Theory
- Aesthetic Approaches to Game Design & Development
Be Part of Computer Games & Allied Technology 08 Singapore
The presenting authors of each accepted regular and invited papers will have to be registered by the 12th April 2008.
Avail a 50% discount on registration during the early bird period before 23rd March 2008 (SGD 480) and a 25% discount on registration after 23rd March 2008 (SGD 720). Please call the secretariat at +65 6236 1507 or email the request to firstname.lastname@example.org to avail the special discount.
To qualify for the student discount, you must be a full-time student. Students will receive the same entitlement as regular delegates. Those who wish to be registered under the student category should submit evidence to confirm their student status.
|First Call for Papers|
8th December 2007
|Abstract Submission Deadline|
8th March 2008
15th March 2008
|Full Paper Submission Deadline|
5th April 2008
12th April 2008
|Early Bird Registration|
23rd March 2008
28th -30th April 2008
All accepted & registering authors can avail early bird registration discount till 12th April 08
Submission of Papers
Authors should submit a complete paper in English of up to 8 A4 pages, using the submission procedure indicated below. The program committee will review all papers and the contact author of each paper will be notified of the result, by email. More
Paper Submission Procedure
A “blind” paper evaluation method will be used. To facilitate that, the authors are kindly requested to produce and provide the full paper, WITHOUT any reference to the authors.
The accepted papers for the Computer Games and Allied Technology 08 will be included in a book of Conference proceedings, provided the presenter is registered by the due date. The Conference proceedings would also be available in electronic form (CD-ROM).
Accepted Papers would be presented in the assigned technical sessions by the pre-registered authors as an oral presentation. In the absence of a pre-registered author, any other registered Co-Author for that paper can make the oral presentation.