Datum: 15 november, 2013 Plats: Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
Konferensens datum: 25 – 27 juni 2014
TVX 2014, ACM International Conference on Interactive Experiences for Television & Online Video, Culture Lab, Newcastle University, UK
— November 15, 2013: Courses and Workshop proposals
— February 3, 2014: Full and Short Paper submissions
— March 31, 2014: WIP, Industry, Demo, Doctoral Consortium, Grand Challenge Competition
TVX is the ACM International Conference on Interactive Experiences for Television and Online Video. TVX is the leading international conference for presentation and discussion of research into online video and TV interaction and user experience. The conference brings together international researchers and practitioners from a wide range of disciplines, ranging from human-computer interaction, multimedia engineering and design to media studies, media psychology and sociology. In addition to standard research paper presentations the conference includes a wide range of formats for presentation and discussion of research, including Industry Papers, Demos, Works-in-Progress, and also provides the opportunity to participate in the TVX Grand Challenge Competition, the Doctoral Consortium, and to run and attend courses and workshops on specialist topics in TV and online video interaction and user experience.
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
— Content Production: traditional & novel content production for the new media landscape, including cross-platform services and interactive storytelling, and personalisation.
— Systems & Infrastructures: system designs and architectures and their evaluation, including delivery, transmission, and synchronization of media.
— Interaction Technologies & techniques: including gestural and multi-sensory, multi-display systems, and interaction for device ecosystems.
— Experience Design & Evaluation: TV and online video design and evaluation research, including social and shared experiences.
— Media Studies: including consumption practices and theoretical and practical ethical, regulatory, and policy issues.
— Empirical Methods: novel methods for evaluating TV and online video experience, and audience measurement.
— Data Science for TV & Online Video: advances in techniques collaborative filtering, interactive/synchronous environments, collective intelligence and crowd-sourcing, and location-based and context-aware applications and services.
— Business Models & Marketing: research and practice around novel business models and marketing strategies for the new media landscape of television and online video. Studies around novel ways of advertisement models and strategies.
— Innovation & Visions of Future TV & Online Video: research on innovative design strategies, new concepts, and prototype experiences for television and online video, including case studies and media artworks and performances.
Contribution must describe unpublished original work, emphasizing completed or advanced research and a parallel submission to other venues should be clearly indicated to the program committee. Research paper submissions are double-blind and will be reviewed by at least three program committee members. For detailed submission guidelines, including the use of the ACM SIGCHI PCS submission system.
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— Patrick Olivier, Newcastle University, UK
— Peter Wright, Newcastle University, UK
— Tom Bartindale, Newcastle University, UK (Event Production)
— Marianna Obrist, Newcastle/Sussex University, UK
— Pablo Cesar, CWI (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica), NL
— Santosh Basapur, Institute of Design, IIT, USA
— Gina Venolia, Microsoft Research, USA
— Jon Hook, Newcastle University, UK
— Maria da Graca Campos Pimentel, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
— Daniela Busse, Samsung Research, USA
— Regina Bernhaupt, ruwido, AT
— Guy Schofield, Newcastle University, UK
— David A. Shamma, Yahoo! Research, USA
— Dave Green, Newcastle University, USA
Industry Track chairs:
— Mike Evans, BBC R&D, UK
— Patrick Huber, SkyTV, DE
Doctoral Consortium chairs:
— Hendrik Knoche, Aalborg University, DK
— Nicholas Race, Lancaster University, UK
Grand Challenge Competation chairs:
— Ian Kegel, BT, UK
— Robert Strzebkowski, Beuth University, DE
— David Geerts, KU Leuven, BE
— Andy Garbett, Newcastle University, UK
— Jochen Huber, MIT Media Lab, USA