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Monday, April 11, 2016 by Chris Wellekens

3-3-29 (2016-07-22) CfP ACM Symposium on Applied Perception-SAP 2016, Anaheim, USA


ACM Symposium on Applied Perception - SAP 2016
July 22-23, 2016, Anaheim, USA

Paper submission deadline (extended): March 30
Poster submission deadline: May 10

The ACM Symposium on Applied Perception (ACM SAP) aims to advance and promote research
that crosses the boundaries between perception and disciplines such as graphics,
visualization, computer vision, haptics and acoustics. These fields can benefit from the
exchange of ideas. The scope of the conference includes applications and algorithms in
any area of research that incorporates elements of perception and computer science.

Our thirteenth annual event provides an intimate, immersive forum for exchanging ideas
about areas of overlapping interests. The ACM SAP 2016 conference will be held in
Anaheim, California on July 22nd and 23rd, immediately prior to the 43rd International
Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques (SIGGRAPH). We
aim to further promote communication between the core perception and computer graphics

We invite submissions of original work in all areas of applied perception. Relevant areas

  - Modeling, rendering, and animation
  - Visualization
  - Computational aesthetics
  - Haptic rendering, haptic input and perception
  - Perception of virtual characters
  - Color vision and color appearance modeling
  - Perception of high dynamic range scenes and images
  - Interaction techniques and interfaces
  - Augmented reality
  - Virtual worlds
  - Display technologies
  - Auditory display and interfaces
  - Perceptual auditory coding
  - Spatialized sound
  - Speech synthesis and recognition
  - Sensory integration
  - Multimodal rendering
  - Spatial and temporal vision
  - Attention and eye movements
  - Statistical learning and perception of natural scenes
  - Perception of shapes, surfaces, and materials

Research can be submitted as a long paper (up to 8 pages and up to 20 minute talk), a
short paper (up to 4 pages and up to 15 minute talk), or as a poster presentation (1 page
abstract). Papers that are not accepted will be considered for the poster session.
Authors of posters accepted by this route will, of course, have the option to decline the
opportunity to present a poster. Please check the formatting guidelines before submitting
your work.

A poster presentation is an opportunity for authors to display and discuss achievements
that are not ready for publication or have not been published previously. The poster
session is always an integral part of SAP with specific time allotted for participants to
view and discuss the work. All poster presenters will have the opportunity to give a
one-minute description of their work during a poster fast-forward session. Poster
presentations are not formal publications. We encourage all types of scholarly poster
submissions that fit the scope of ACM-SAP. Poster abstracts should follow the ACM
SIGGRAPH formatting guidelines for papers, except that they should be 1 page long.

All papers will be carefully reviewed by our International Program Committee. SAP follows
a double blind review process. Papers will be evaluated as submitted, given limited time
between submission and printing of final versions. Under a recent agreement with the ACM
Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) and the ACM Publications Board, the strongest
accepted papers will be offered publication as full papers in the ACM journal TAP. These
papers will undergo a second review cycle, during which the authors will revise the paper
to address concerns posed in the summary review (similar to conditional acceptances at
ACM SIGGRAPH). Authors of such special issue papers must agree to present the paper at
ACM SAP. As has always been the case, authors of regular ACM SAP papers can still submit
to TAP regular issues with appropriate additions.


  Friday, March 25 (extended): Mandatory abstract submission
  Wednesday, March 30 (extended): Paper submission deadline
  Monday, April 25: Decisions announced
  Tuesday, May 10: Final papers due

  Tuesday, May 10: Poster submission deadline
  Tuesday, May 24: Decisions announced
  Tuesday, May 31: Camera ready version of 1-page abstract due


  Conference Chairs:
    Eakta Jain, University of Florida
    Sophie Joerg, Clemson University

  Program Chairs:
    Reynold Bailey, Rochester Institute of Technology
    Laura Trutoiu, Oculus Research

  Poster Chair:
    Andrew Robb, Clemson University

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