November 04, 2021: Dear contributors and participants.
You can access the e-proceeding at the following link:
Please note that it is password-protected where the password can be found on the author information pack. Thank you!
November 01, 2021: We are proud to announce that the AIES2021 e-proceedings online flipbook is now ready. Note that it is password-protected where the password can be found on the author information pack. Alternatively, you can view it HERE. Thank you so much for all of your contributions which makes this possible. See you soon!
August 7, 2021: With the recent situation of COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing vaccination all around the world, we understand that it won't be possible to travel anytime soon. With such a condition in mind, the reduced registration fee had been outlined by the IFIP-ICEC conference organizer for remote participation. It is our pleasure to make this workshop FREE, so join us in this workshop!
Workshop submission should be a 2-page extended abstract (in the Springer LNCS format) and should focuses on one particular research problems, motivations, targeted objectives and achievements, which includes the following information:
Title (informative and concise) and author’s information (single-blind review)
Introductory (overview, objective) with brief literature comparison
Proposed Approach (described with sufficient details)
(Preliminary) Results and Discussion/Conclusion (main findings, arguments, prospects.)
Workshop Open for Extended Abstract Submission (July 15, 2021)Due Date for Extended Abstract Submission (Sep 30, 2021)Notification of Acceptance (Oct 07, 2021)
Workshop Event (Nov 02, 2021)
Selected extended abstract will be invited to submit their full paper version to the Special Issue of Entertainment Computing journal (2020 Journal Citation Report Impact Factor: 1.455 and 2020 Scopus CiteScore: 4.6). Invited submission will undergone another round of single-blind peer review process is conducted by at least two (2) reviewers, expert of the field. Submission content need to be expanded at least 60% more compared to the extended abstract.