All submissions to C&C 2011 are now closed.
The deadline for all kinds of submissions was April 25th, 2011.
We expect to notify authors of all papers/posters submitted to the main conference of acceptance/rejection decisions by June 27th, 2011. We expect the results of the artworks part of the main conference and the graduate student symposium to be known by early July.
- Ashok K. Goel, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Fox Harrell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Brian Magerko, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Yukari Nagai, Japan Institute of Science and Technology
- Jane Prophet, Goldsmiths College, University of London
The broad theme of C&C 2011 is Creativity and Technology. Topics of interest include:
- Creativity in arts, music, story telling, poetry, design, science, etc.
- Everyday creativity
- Individual, collaborative and collective creativity
- Participatory creativity, organizational creativity and creative communities
- Democratizing creativity, do-it-yourself and folk creativity
- Education and training in creativity
- Creativity in education and training
- Embodiment, sensations, perceptions, emotions and behaviors in creativity
- Visual and perceptual representations in creativity
- New materials and processes for creativity
- Emerging technologies and media in creativity
- Digital media and technologies for creativity including graphics, visualization, virtual reality, augmented reality and tangible computing
- Social computing and media in creativity
- Interactive arts, theatre, music, games, story telling, design, science, etc.
- Empirical evaluations by quantitative and qualitative methods
- Case studies and ethnographic analyses
- Reflective accounts of individual and collaborative practice
- Cognitive and cognitive neuroscience models of creativity
- Information-processing and computational models of creativity
- Creative systems, tools and applications
- Social and cultural studies of creativity
- Transdisciplinary metaphors, methods, models
The committee is accepting submissions for both full papers and posters that address any of the above themes. Submissions for full papers should adhere to ACM SIGCHI format and not exceed 10 pages. Poster submissions should follow the same guidelines and not exceed 2 pages in length. Additionally, papers not accepted for inclusion in the main program may be accepted as posters at the discretion of the program committee.
All paper submissions will be reviewed by an international program committee. We will use double blind reviewing so please anonymize your submissions. The conference proceedings will be published by ACM. Copyright may be signed upon acceptance of your paper.
All submissions will be handled through the Precision Conference System. Please visit the PCS website to complete your submission: