The 23rd Int’l Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia will be held October 30th – November 2nd 2017 in Ireland at University College Dublin, with Special Workshops and Cultural Tours on November 3rd – 5th in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

VSMM2017 will explore ground-breaking applications of new media, VR, sensing, and imaging in creative societies. Some 30 years after the dawn of VR, with a new boom in virtual devices, products and applications, it is an apt moment to look “Back to the Future” and examine the potentials and pitfalls of VR, AR and 3D technologies. With virtual and 3D technology entering health to tourism, games to manufacturing, and art to entertainment, deep issues and questions arise.

The Conference will bring together researchers and academics, creative industry professionals and technologists, futurists and students to explore where virtual and 3D technologies have been and are taking us. Experts in the arts and culture, heritage and museums, design and engineering, architecture and planning, health and inclusion, and computing and digital systems are invited to gather to present, discuss, debate and learn.

VSMM2017 is hosted by: SMARTlab – The Inclusive Design Research Centre of Ireland & the College of Engineering & Architecture at University College Dublin

In association with: the ACM Distinguished Speakers Series

With support from: Creative Ireland, VR First and All These Worlds

And with regional activities: hosted in Belfast, Northern Ireland by Ulster University, & the University of Nottingham Ningbo China’s NVIDIA Joint-Lab on Mixed Reality

Best papers to be invited to a Special Issue of the Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments journal (http://www.mitpressjournals.org/loi/pres) around the theme of Digital Realities / Digital Materialisation

Conference Website: http://www.vsmm.org

Submit here: http://vsmm.org/for-submitters/paper-submission-2/

VSMM 2017 Organising Committee

(Original post by Eugene Ch’nghttps://www.linkedin.com/pulse/cfp-vsmm2017-international-conference-extended-abstract-eugene-ch-ng)

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Screen Shot 2015-05-12 at 19.46.51Professor Lizbeth Goodman joins an international panel of media and literacy experts from industry, academia and the private sector to consider real and impactful research. Lizbeth will present on ‘Living Again with Assistive Technologies’ in the Time For Inspiration: Best Practices workshop on the 21st, and will host a collaborative table on the topic of Hippocratic Education and Innovation on the 22nd.

Sponsored by the Evens Foundation, Creative Media Europe (European Commission) et al.

To register: http://mediameetsliteracy.eu/presentations/
Click here to see the programme.

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250604BusKnittingRiver Room, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork

Thursday 14th May, 2014

10.30am – 6.30pm

This symposium brings together art critics and other commentators to discuss a decade of The Knitting Map; its making, reception and future. This includes a keynote address by the design historian and author of The Culture of Knitting, Joanne Turney, as well as presentations by Jessica Hemmings (Head of Visual Culture, NCAD), Lizbeth Goodman (Chair of Creative Technology Innovation, UCD), art historian Deborah Barkun (Associate Professor of Art History, Ursinus College, Pennsylvania), and Sarah Foster (Lecturer in History of Design at CIT Crawford College of Art & Design).

All welcome. Please contact Jools Gilson at jgilson@ucc.ie for registration and further information.

http://www.glucksman.org/KnittingMap.html

https://www.facebook.com/knittingmap2015

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vw2‘The Affordances of Virtual Worlds for Education and Clinical Training’ was delivered live by Prof Lizbeth Goodman and Ms Bo Zhang (PhD candidate), and live online in the virtual world Terf by Niki Herbertson and Julie LeMoine (CEO Terf, USA) on the 21st of April at the Royal College of Physicians, Dublin, as part of their New Horizons special lecture series, on ‘Apps, Technology and Social Media in Medicine’: http://www.rcpi.ie/course.php?pageID=967

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lizbeth1 lizbeth2For SMARTlab, a social enterprise founded in the UK at the OU BBC in the early 1990s, she has worked tirelessly, leading a team of scholars and technologists working together to invent and implement innovative technology tools for ‘real social change’ for marginalised and under-represented community groups and individuals, with an Inclusive Design Model enacted through each research project and performance. SMARTlab now supports PhD researchers within the Structured PhD in Education at UCD, leads major workpackages on Virtual Worlds for Learning and Games for Learning, and also regularly collaborates with industry and NGOS alike, engaging across sectors and cultures to work towards implementation of a more inclusive and empathetic society.

It is in her capacity as a global action researcher and visionary thought leader committed to embodied, genuine and deep community interaction and research impact that is scalable as well as socially vital, that Professor Lizbeth Goodman has been nominated and selected by a global community of peers for this prestigious award.

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Professor Brian Harvey, Professor Mike Leahy, Professor Lizbeth Goodman, and Professor Karola Dillenberger were among the PIS and Researchers who attended this important event to mark the forthcoming launch of a programme of 40 fully funded Post-Doctoral Research Posts in the area of Assistive Technology for People with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities.
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Business-ConferenceOn the 13-15th of May, the International Business Women’s Conference was held in Belfast, with sponsorship from many international banks and businesses. Professor Lizbeth Godman led a plenary workshop on new global solutions and business models for women’s social enterprises and businesses: the Next Next.

For more info click here.

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