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Games Innovation Conference
- Intel Corporation is our conference's most recent sponsor providing us with some state of art X25-M high performance Solid State Drives in support of our special session on storage issues in games by Tom Coughlin. Coughlin associates has been one of our first sponsors provideing our conference attendees with SanDisk microSD mobile memory kits.
- New special session on: Space Invading: Opportunities from Living Content and Ubiquitous I/O organized by Rod Walsh and Adrian Hornsby, Nokia Research Center, Tampere / Tampere University of Technology.
- The ICE-GIC 09 conference will be held in Imperial College Conference centre in Central London in South Kensington. Sessions will be in the Sir Alexander Fleming Building (building 33 on the map) and instructions for finding your way to the conference venue are here.
- Two student bursaries of $150 sponsored by IEEE Consumer Electronics Society are now available for students attending the tutorials day or the conference (part of the conference or the full conference) towards their registration fees. All the applicants for the bursary will need to register before 20th August and apply for the bursary by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org describing their interest and their reasons to attend the conference in not more than 100 words. Please note that applicants do not need to have sent or presenting a paper for consideration of this bursary.
- Prizes for the best student papers and winners of Mario competition are sponsored by the IEEE Consumer Electronics Society and will be awarded during the conference. Prizes are $200, $100 and $50 for top three student papers and for the first, second and the third winners of the competition.
- The program schedule is now available here.
- On-line registration is now open. Please note that all participants in the conference need to register. Register before 25th July to benefit from advance registration rates.
- Included in the registration is the Cruise-Banquet on Bateaux London Symphony cruise. The Symphony's all-glass structure takes the Thames restaurant cruise experience into a different dimension. Symphony will navigate through the river Thames through the great London landmarks. The cruise will enable visitors to view the City from a totally different perspective, incredible views encompassing the Houses of Parliament, London Eye, Millennium Bridge, Tate Modern, Shakespeare’s Globe, St Paul's Cathedral, the Tower of London and Tower Bridge and the National Maritime Museum and other great sites. The numbers are limited so try to register as soon as possible to secure your place in the banquet.
- There will also be “GOLD banquet” for students and recent graduates who join IEEE. More information will be posted soon.
- New keynote on: Learning to Play: Machine Learning and Computer Games by Thore Graepel from Microsoft Research.
- A full day of tutorials takes place on Tuesday the 25th of August and includes a Gamebryo Lightspeed workshop, a Colladda workshop; other topics include: measuring player satisfaction, audio for games.
Conference Coordinator: Charlotte Kobert, email@example.com