This is a blog devoted to researching the cognitive effects of Virtual and Augmented Reality.
Our Research Question is - "How can synthetic embodied VR/AR environments enhance aspects of human cognition?"
The blog shows outcomes of our research projects, such as papers, videos, paper reviews and other useful artifacts.
consists of several conferences covering a wide range of topics in Computer
Science and related area. This conference is attended by many national and
international delegates comprising HDR students and distinguished academics
from all over the world in computer science. The conference week has been
running in some form continuously since 1978. This makes it one of the longest
running conferences in Computer Science.
are invited to submit papers that present original and unpublished research on
topics directly to the relevant conference.
with previous years, registration for ACSW will enable delegates to attend
sessions in any conference participating or co-located in the Australasian
Computer Science Week.
proceedings of this event is aimed to be published by the ACM Digital Library
10.Australasian Early Career Researchers Workshop (AECRW)
11.Australasian Workshop on Health Informatics and Knowledge Management
quality ACSW 2017 submissions will be invited to perform solid extend to submit
to the following Special Issues
Journal of Computers and Applications, Special Issue for ACSW17 (confirmed).
2.IEEE Transactions on Big Data,
Foundations for Big Data Security and Privacy (confirmed)
3.Future Generation Computer
Systems, Social networking Big Data (confirmed)
4.More Special Issue will be
updated at the conference website
ACSW 2017, please contact the executive general chair, Dr Shui Yu, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For details about a
specific satellite conference, please contact the TPC chairs, respectively.