Oct. 25-28, 2020, Bangkok, Thailand

CDVE2020 will be held in Bangkok

Welcome to the beautiful city Bangkok! CDVE2020 will be held for the first time in Thailand. It is well known that Bangkok welcomes more visitors than any other city in the world.  Bangkok is a city of contrasts with action at every turn. Marvel at the gleaming temples, catching a tuk tuk along the bustling Chinatown or take a long tail boat through floating markets. Food is one of the Bangkok highlights, from local dishes served at humble street stalls to haute cuisine at romantic rooftop restaurants. Our conference will be held on late October which is a very comfortable season in the year.
Mark up your calendar to submit a paper to the conference and reserve these dates for this  marvelous adventure.

website: http://www.cdve.org/index.html

Paper submission deadlines

Abstract submission – 2 pages
 Submission deadline: Feb 15, 2020.
You will get some feedback about your abstract around a week after your submission. The  feedback is for you to raise the quality of in paper writing and the chance of paper acceptance.

Full paper 
 Submission deadline: April 10, 2020.
 Notification of acceptance: May 20, 2020
Final camera ready paper due and registration for accepted paper authors : June 20, 2019

Short  paper
Submission deadline: April 20, 2020.
Notification of acceptance: May 20, 2020
Final camera ready paper due and registration for accepted paper authors : June 20, 2020

Poster Paper submission
 Submission deadline : June 1, 2020
Notification of acceptance: June 20, 2020
Final poster paper due and registration for accepted paper authors : July 31, 2020

CDVE2020 Call for Paper Themes

The call for paper themes are centered on the aspect of “cooperative”. The is the special point of our conference. Therefore please take this aspect into account when writing your papers. Basically all the application areas concerning multiple users, multiple locations, multiple units, multiple sensors are within our attention. The major areas are the following but not limited to the following:

Cooperative Design (CD)
• Concurrent design, collaborative editing, real time user interactions
• Multiple user, multiple location collaborative design applications
• Cooperative User Experience (UX) design
• Demonstrating feasibility and applicability in CD
• Design for total life cycle support: from design to manufacturing or construction
• Cooperative design using interactive tabletops and surfaces
• Cooperative design analysis, verification, integration and interoperability, standards
• Scenarios, case studies of cooperative design in mechanical engineering, aero-space engineering, building architecture, engineering and construction, automobile, microelectronics, software engineering, entertainment and other areas
• Special issues in cooperative design

Cooperative visualization (CV)

• System architecture, prototypes, user interfaces for CV: web applications, textual and multimedia 2D, 3D desktop interfaces, 3D virtual world environments, and multiple user embedded systems.
• Vusualization for multiple user, multiple location, concurrent visualization
• Cooperative visual analytics and communication
• Large scale, big data storage, access, exploration, and manipulation, for cooperative visualization
• Multi-resolution and other efficient computer graphics, visualization algorithms for cooperative visualization
• Visualization in multiple user games, networked games, simulation visualization for multiple users

Cooperative Engineering (CE)
• Collaborative process planning, scheduling, control, conformance testing and interoperability checking, cooperative decision making.
• Human-machine interfaces, frameworks, reference models, architectures, tools and systems for CE
• Concurrent prototyping, manufacturing and engineering.
• Concurrent process modeling, product modeling, reference models, business models, data representations and standards.
• Integration and interoperability, intelligent infrastructures and automated methods for integrating systems, multi-level integration, enterprise integration
• Long-term large scale project data archiving, access, concurrent data control for CE
• Smart grids
• Industrial scenarios, case studies of CE: in mechanical engineering, aero-space engineering, AEC (architecture, engineering and construction), automobile, microelectronics, and others
• Method, applications for total life cycle support: from conceptual design to manufacturing and construction

Cooperative Applications (CA)
• Human computer interface for cooperative working
• Cooperation between humans and autonomous Systems
• Social networks
• Crowd sourcing
• Collective intelligence
• Cooperative learning
• Multiple user gaming
• Multiple platform payment systems
• Multimodal user interface for cooperation
• Cooperative decision making
• Cooperative Internet of Things (IoT)
• Nono networks, nano-commmunication, nano sensors
• Collaborative Information seeking
• Information integration in sensor networks
• Collaborations in emergency response and disaster management
• Collaborative mobile systems, group interaction in mobile system and mobility communities
• Collaborative simulation
• Collaborative robots and human robot interaction
• Collaboration technologies and systems for healthcare
• Web based cooperation tools, cooperative web design such as Wiki’s
• Other cooperative applications

Basic Theories, methods and technologies that support CDVE (BT)
• Modeling of group behavior
• Distributed systems, grid systems, real time systems, groupware
• Cloud computing, edge computing for cooperative work
• Fog computing for cooperative storage, cooperative working
• Big data processing, fusion
• Multi-sensor data processing, fusion
• Neural networks for CDVE
• Algorithms, architectures, frameworks, platforms for CDVE
• Data consistency, concurrent processing, middleware, agent based methods
• Collaborative and multimode working environment
• Design patterns, reusability and component-based methods
• Communication, transport, application protocols for CDVE
• Internet computing, web environment for collaborative working
• Knowledge management, information systems, large databases, data-mining
• Semantic Technologies for Information-Integrated Collaboration
• Ontology for information sharing, cooperative applications
• Security for CDVE
• Human machine interaction for CDVE
• Artificial intelligence for CDVE

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