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      Liverpool John Moores University and the School of Computing and
      Mathematical Sciences
      The Second Annual International Workshop in Computer Game Design and

      A two-day event of lectures, tutorials and exhibitions on Computer Games
      Research and Development
      15 – 16 November 2004
      Venue : Liverpool Moat House Hotel
      Liverpool John Moores University

      Call for Papers

      Researchers in game technology will have the opportunity to present
      their work in these sessions. The subjects and areas of interest cover,
      but are not limited to:

      1. Game Artificial Intelligence
      2. Real Time Physics and Animation
      3. 3D Modelling
      4. Game Character Emotion
      5. Tools development for Game Engineering
      6. Network issues in computer Entertainment Applications
      7. Mobile Gaming.

      Authors are invited to submit full or short papers for presentation at
      the workshop. Full papers (no more than 10 camera-ready pages in the
      IEEE format detailed on the IEEE web site). Short papers are an
      opportunity to present preliminary or interim results and are limited to
      5 camera-ready pages in length. An example paper template can also be
      found on the website, http://www.cms.livjm.ac.uk/gdtw/.

      Papers will be peer reviewed by at least 2 independent reviewers, will
      published in the workshop proceeding and the best paper will be
      recommended for publishing in the ACM Computer in Entertainment Journal.

      Timeline of Important Dates for authors
      Paper Submission: 5 October 2004
      Notification of Acceptance: 15 October 2004
      Camera-ready Papers due: 30 October 2004
      Registration by Authors due: 27 October 2004

      Please submit your paper via email in PDF or Word format to

      Research Technical Committee
      Professor Marc Cavazza – Teesside University
      Professor Peter Cowling – Bradford University
      Dr. Mike Froggatt – Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, Cambridge Studio
      Dr Dave Sharp – Atomic Planet Entertainment
      Dr Graham Kendall – Nottingham University
      Dr Stephen J. McGlinchey – University of Paisley
      Abdennour El Rhalibi – Liverpool John Moores University
      Dr. David England – Liverpool John Moores University
      Dr. Carl Bamford – Liverpool John Moores University
      Dr. Martin Hanneghan – Liverpool John Moores University
      Dr. Rubem Pereira – Liverpool John Moores University
      Dr. Sud Sudirman – Liverpool John Moores University

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