November 16th to 18th, 2011 - Braga, Portugal


Poster Preparation Instructions

All posters publications accepted must follow the SEGAH 2011 poster template.

Full Paper Submission Instructions

The submission process of full papers is divided in two stages: abstract submission and full paper submission.

Abstract submission is a preliminary step in the submission process of full papers, where authors are only expected to submit the title and abstracts of their full papers (150 words max.) in plain text, using EasyChair..

Full paper submission is performed until a week after abstract submission. Here, authors are expected to submit the final version of their papers in PDF format.

The length of each paper including figures and references must not exceed 10 pages and should conform to the IEEE CS proceedings style - Column Format. All papers must be submitted in PDF. Submissions should explicitly state their contribution and their relevance to the theme of the symposium. Other criteria for selection will be originality, significance, correctness, and clarity. Simultaneous or similar submissions to other conferences or journals are not allowed.

All accepted papers will appear in the proceedings which will be published by the IEEE Computer Society Press.

Extended versions of all accepted papers will be eligible for selection for a special issue of the International Journal of Interactive Worlds.

The best papers accepted on SeGAH 2011 will be encouraged to be submitted to the journals of IEEE Transactions on Learning Technology and IEEE Transactions on Computational Intelligence and AI in Games.


EasyChair Login Page for IEEE SeGAH 2011 .

Short Papers

Short papers (up to 4 pages in the IEEE CS proceedings style) presenting preliminary results and work in progress are welcome to SeGAH 2011. These papers will appear in the conference proceedings, published by the Conference Publishing Services (CPS) and respective digital libraries. The work will be presented at SeGAH 2011.

Posters and tool demos

Posters describing preliminary research ideas will be exhibited in a separate session to foster informal an exchange between the exhibitors and the participants. Poster submissions are not required to cover completed major research results. A session for tool demonstrations will cover both industry-strength tools and academic prototypes. Accepted posters and tool demonstrations will be included in the conference proceedings (up to 2 pages in the IEEE CS proceedings style). The poster/tool proposals should indicate the novelty of the approach and how the ideas will be presented.

Inportant Dates

Technical Papers

Abstracts submission: Mach 22, 2011

Short Paper submission: Mach 15, 2011

Poster: Mach 15, 2011

Full Papers submission: Mach 29, 2011

Acceptance Notification: May 15, 2011

Camera Ready

July 15, 2011