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2009 International Conference on CYBERWORLDS
7-11 September 2009 University of Bradford, UK

Technically co-sponsored by IEEE CS and organised in-cooperation with ACM and Eurographics

State of the art tutorials on 7th September and 8th September 2009
Main conference runs from 9th September till 11th September 2009

Advance Conference Programme

Final Conference Programme

Conference News:

15/06/2009: Registration is open. For accepted papers at least one author must register by 30th June 2009. Registration details are available here

01/06/2009: Notifications of acceptance/rejection sent. Camera ready papers should be prepared according to the IEEE guidelines and submitted directly to IEEE. For details are available here 

29/05/2009: Notifications of acceptance/rejection will be sent on Monday 1st June 2009. 

15/04/2009: Important notice: Our online submission system EasyChair seems to have some server issues. Authors who are experiencing difficulty in submitting their papers email your papers direct to h.ugail@bradford.ac.uk with details of your affiliation. Please note the new deadline for submissions is 30th  April 2009.

01/03/2009: Online paper submissions is now open. Deadline for submissions 15th April 2009

Cyberworlds are information worlds being formed on Internet either intentionally or spontaneously, with or without design. As information worlds, they are either virtual or real, and can be both. In terms of information modelling, the theoretical ground for the Cyberworlds is far above the level of integrating spatial database models and temporal database models. This conference will deal with large distributed information worlds on Internet as well as methods and tools used for creating such worlds.

The first workshop on cyberworlds was held as the International Workshop on Synthetic Worlds (University of Aizu, Japan, 1993) to explore the meaning, philosophy and the potential of the worlds synthesized on the web as well as in computational spaces in general. The proceedings were published as a book entitled "Cyberworlds" (Springer Verlag, 1998, 354 pages, ISBN: 4431702075, edited by T.L.Kunii and A.Luciani). Since then, the conferences are organised on an annual basis and its proceedings are published by IEEE Computer Society with special issues published by The Visual Computer.


Submit your paper at http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?c=.60070;conf=cw09



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