13 th International Conference on Computer Games: AI, Animation, Mobile, Interactive Multimedia, Educational & Serious Games


3 rd - 5 th November 2008

Light House Media Centre, Wolverhampton, UK

Congratulations for the Winners of the Best Papers Award:

The Best Paper Award of CGAMES 13th International conference on Computer Games 2008, Wolverhampton, UK, has been won by two papers. The authors of the papers will share the $500 award from IEEE TCSIM. The papers are:

KEEPING ADAPTIVE GAME AI INTERESTING
by István Szita, Marc Ponsen, and Pieter Spronck

COLLABORATIVE ROBOT AGENTS
by E. Daman, Z. Yang, and L.J.M. Rothkrantz


The International Conference on Computer Games: AI, Animation,  Mobile, Interactive Multimedia, Educational & Serious Games organised by The University of Wolverhampton, England, is one of the leading research conferences devoted to the advancement of the theory and practice of games development. It brings together an international community of experts to discuss the state of the art, new research results, perspectives of future developments and innovative applications relevant to games development and related areas. We are proud to announce that this years conference is sponsored by the University of Wolverhampton. The most recent conference, CGAMES07 was held at the Université de La Rochelle, France. More information about other conferences can be found at CGAMES Main Website

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From left to right: The Grand Theatre, Lady Wulfruna, St Peter's Church, The Man on the Horse, The MI Building (The University of Wolverhampton), Bantock park, Billy Wright (Wolverhampton Wanderers) and Wolverhampton Art Gallery.

We are delighted to announce that the 13th Conference will take place in the Light House Media Centre, Wolverhampton. Wolverhampton is located in the West Midlands of England. A vibrant, multi-cultural city with a history that dates back to 985AD when King Aethelred granted the title of land known as Heantune to Lady Wulfruna. The conference is sponsored by the Society for Computer Simulation (SCS), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the British Computer Society (BCS), the Digital Games Research Association (DIGRA) and the International Journal of Intelligent Games and Simulation (IJIGS). On behalf of our conference sponsors and the conference organising committee, we hope that you will plan to join us in Wolverhampton in November 2008.

CGAMES Main Website

Qasim Mehdi (General Conference Chair on behalf of the Organisers).


Paper Submission: Submit papers electronically, in Word or Adobe pdf only, through this link Paper Submission Link
For further details on submitting a paper follow this link: Call for Papers.

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Contacts

General Conference Chair: Qasim Mehdi
(University of Wolverhampton) q.h.mehdi@wlv.ac.uk
Organisation Chair: Rob Moreton
(University of Wolverhampton) r.moreton@wlv.ac.uk
International Programme Chair: Stephane Natkin
(ENJMIN and Research lab CEDRiC, France) stephane.natkin@free.fr
Local Arrangements Chair: Anna Gutowska
(University of Wolverhampton) anna.gutowska@wlv.ac.uk
Marketing & Publicity Chair: Lindsey Taylor
(University of Wolverhampton) lindsey.taylor@wlv.ac.uk
Sponsorship Chair: Stuart Slater
(University of Wolverhampton) s.i.slater@wlv.ac.uk 
Co-Programme Chairs: Eugene Ch′ng, Robert Newman
(University of Wolverhampton) e.chng@wlv.ac.uk r.newman@wlv.ac.uk

For more information and enquires, please contact the conference administrator: Monica Chauhan M.Chauhan@wlv.ac.uk



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