[Air-L] Culture, Business and Community around Games - PhD Course --- Extended application deadline 4th of July

Patrick Prax patrick.prax at im.uu.se
Tue Jun 28 14:16:35 PDT 2011


Dear AoIR-ers,

the "Culture, Business and Community around Games - PhD Course" has 
extended its application deadline to the 4th of July.
Please find the full information below. I am looking forward to your 
applications.

Greetings,
Patrick

You can find the course information on the web under 
http://www.im.uu.se/education/PhD+Studies/human-computer-interaction/PhD_kurs/. 

*When:***22-24 August 2011 (3 full days)
*Where:***Ekonomikum, Uppsala University, Uppsala,
*Responsible Organizers:*Associate Professor Else Nygren, PhD Student 
Patrick Prax, Department of Informatics and Media, Uppsala University, 
Sweden
**


*Keynote Speakers: *
*Steven Bachelder, *Professor in Art and Design with a Specialization on 
Convergent Media, Department of Game Design, Narrative and Time-based Media.

*Sébastien Genvo,*Associate Professor, Paul Verlaine University - Metz 
(IUT Thionville - Yutz), France. Former game designer at Ubisoft Paris.
**
*Mirjam Eladhari,***PhD, Gotland University, University Lecturer in Game 
Design with Specialization in Character Development and AI for Computer 
Games, Departmentof Game Design, Narrative and Time-based Media.

*Olli Sotamaa, *PhD, Senior Research Fellow, Department of Information 
Studies and Interactive Media, University of Tampere, Finland.

*Juho Hamari, *(M.Sc. Econ) is a researcher at Helsinki Institute for 
Information Technology HIIT and a Doctoral student in Information System 
Science at Aalto University School of Economics, Finland.

*ECTS:***3 ECTS with paper, 1½ ECTS without

*Costs:* The participation in this course is free. However, the 
participants *need to organize and pay for travelling, accommodation and 
food themselves*. There will be a free BBQ evening.
Application Requirements and Deadline:
To apply to this course please sent
1.An academic CV with your publications and presentations on conferences
2.A short outline of your dissertation project and the state of your 
work on max. one page
3.A one-page abstract of your paper and presentation
to Patrick.prax at im.uu.se <mailto:Patrick.prax at im.uu.se>not later than 
*_4^th of July_*_._ You will be informed about the acceptance latest 
11^th of July. Papers for presentation need to be submitted latest 25^th 
of July.
Participants will be chosen after the relevance and quality of their 
work. Submitting a paper will be positive for your application. The 
number of participants will be limited to 12.
*
Preparations:*
A package with required reading consisting of text preparing the 
presentations of the speaker and the submitted papers of the 
participants will be sent to the participants about one month before 
course start. Each PhD student will be asked to comment specifically on 
the presentation by one of the other PhD students. Students who present 
a paper will be notified about which paper they will give detailed 
feedback to at the same time.
Website:
You can find the course information on the web under 
http://www.im.uu.se/education/PhD+Studies/human-computer-interaction/PhD_kurs/. 




-- 
Patrick Prax
PhD student, Department of Informatics and Media, Uppsala University
Patrick.Prax at im.uu.se
Office phone: +46184711135 Mobile: +46760427398



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