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Apr 11, 2007

Summer school on Presence

Via Usability News

Event Date: 4 July 2007 to 6 July 2007
The First PEACH Summer School: 4-6th July 2007, Santorini Greece
"Towards Human Machine Confluence - Presence Technologies and Foundations"

Are you a PRESENCE researcher or PhD student? Are you looking to find out more about the latest presence research, methodologies and technologies? If so then the first PEACH Summer School is for you.

Registration deadline: 20th April 2007

PEACH is a FP6 Coordination Action on Presence. Its objective is to stimulate structure and support the Presence research community, with special attention to the challenges associated with the interdisciplinary character of the field, and to produce visions and roadmaps to support the construction of the Presence ERA. The Summer School is the ideal place to join the leaders in the field for a series of lectures and presentations. There are also working groups, which will focus on the latest technologies, applications and measurement techniques along with a poster session where you can present your work to other attendees and experts.

Prof David Benyon, Napier University
Dr Wijnand IJsselsteijn, Eidhoven University of Technology (Pasion IP-EU Project)
Dr Paul Verschure, University Pompeu Fabra (Presenccia)
Prof Mel Slater, University College London (Presenccia IP-EU Project, Immersence IP-EU Project)
Dr Christoph Gurger, Guger Technologies OEG BMI (Presenccia)
Dr Maria Victoria Sánchez Vives, Universidad Miguel Hernández-CSIC (Presenccia IP-EU Project)
Prof John Waterworth, Umea University
Dr Doron Friedman, University College London, (Presenccia IP-EU Project)
Dr Robert Bracewell, Universities of Birmingham and Wales, (Immersence IP-EU Project)
Dr Luciano Gamberini, University of Padua (Pasion)
Dr Wolfgang Broll, Fraunhofer (IP City-EU Project)
Dr Giullio Jacucci, Fraunhofer (IP City-EU Project)

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