FINAL CFP: AMT 2005 (Active Media Technology)

[Apologies if you received it more than once]

** Notice **
Poster/Demo submission: the deadline is approaching. (Feb. 28)
Late Breaking Paper: the deadline is Mar. 4.
All papers will be included in the proceedings published from IEEE,
if accepted.
Please visit the conference site for more information.

    The Third International Conference on Active Media Technology
                            May 19-21, 2005
    Kagawa International Conference Hall, Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan
                              Sponsored by
             IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society 
               Information Processing Society of Japan 
                           Kagawa University
                          In Cooperation with:
                         ACM Japan Chapter, HIS, 
  IEICE (Information and Systems Society, Human Communication Group),
              IEEE Shikoku Section, ISCIE, ITE, JSAI, JSKE, 
                       JSSST, RSJ, SICE, SOFT, VRSJ
              Supported by: Kagawa Prefecture, Takamatsu City

In the great digital era, we are witnessing many rapid scientific and
technological developments in human-centered, seamless computing 
environments, interfaces, devices, and systems with applications 
ranging from business and communication to entertainment and learning.
These developments are collectively best characterized as Active 
Media Technology (AMT), a new area of information technology and 
computer science that emphasizes the proactive, seamless roles of
interfaces and systems as well as new media in all aspects of digital

The first international conference on Active Media Technology (AMT01)
was held in Hong Kong in 2001, and the second International Conference
on Active Media Technology (AMT03) was held in Chongqing of China in
May 29-31 of 2004. Following the success of AMT01 and AMT03, the third
International Conference on Active Media Technology (AMT05) will be
held in Kagawa, Japan in 2005. Full paper deadline was November 22, 
2004, but we are still calling for demos/posters/late breaking result 

We accept wide area of topics related to active media technologies,
for example (but not limited to): 
* Active Computer Systems and Interfaces
* Adaptive Web Media and Web Intelligence
* Agent-Mediated Interaction and Services
* Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems
* Business, Education, Entertainment, and Social Applications of 
  Active Media
* Digital City
* Digital Interactivity
* Embodied Intelligent Systems and Agents
* Evaluation of Active Media
* Machine Learning and Human-Centered Robotics
* Multi-Agent Communities
* Multi-Modal Processing, Detection, Recognition, and Expression Analysis
* Personalized, Pervasive, and Ubiquitous Systems and their Interfaces
* Smart Digital Media
* User's and System Development Experiences of Active Media

More detailed instructions and a paper 
submission form can be found from the AMT05 web page:

* Poster/Demonstration (1 page, IEEE format)
* Late Breaking Result Papers (2 pages, IEEE format)

Demo/Poster submissions (1 page):       February, 28, 2005
    (might be closed when the exhibition space become full)
Notification of acceptance: first-come-first-service basis

Late Breaking Result Papers (2 pages):  March 4, 2005
Notification of acceptance:		March 25, 2005

For further inquiries and suggestions regarding AMT05, please contact: 
Professor Jinglong WU (Conference Chair)
Faculty of Engineering, Kagawa University
Hayashi-cho 2217-20, Takamatsu 761-0396, Japan
Tel:+81-87-864-2323  Fax: +81-87- 864-2369  E-mail:

Professor Hiroyuki Tarumi (Program Chair)
Faculty of Engineering, Kagawa University
Hayashi-cho 2217-20, Takamatsu 761-0396, Japan
Tel:+81-87-864-2214  Fax: +81-87- 864-2262  E-mail:

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