The award for the best short paper (poster), decided by delegate voting, was won by 'Towards a Brain Controller Interface for Generating Simple Berlin School Style Music with Interactive Genetic Algorithms' by Carl James-Reynolds and E. Currie (Middlesex University, UK). Congratulations!
Papers accepted as short papers for poster presentation at the conference will be published in the proceedings
book as usual.
Although it will obviously not be possible to place posters on display boards in the normal way, we have provided facilities to enable authors of short papers to interact with and obtain feedback from conference delegates.
- We have provided a dedicated ‘virtual posters’ area to enable delegates to view an expandable image file for each paper (which replaces the traditional poster), to access the full text of the paper online and to interact with the authors at any time during the conference via a dedicated blog.
A special session of the conference will be devoted to (very) short presentations of their work by all poster authors.
- A separate breakout room will be provided for each short paper during refreshment breaks on the second and third days of the conference. Delegates can easily move between the rooms to discuss the papers with their authors.
- Finally, it is a conference tradition to vote for the best poster award and an online voting form has been made available to all registered delegates in the virtual posters area. In order to vote you will need the last five digits of your ten-digit order number. (You can find this in the Order Summary section of the Order Confirmation email you should have received from email@example.com when you registered.)
Closing date for voting for best poster: Friday December 17th at 5 p.m. (UK time)