3rd International Conference on Computational Creativity, 2012
Learn about the newest developments in artificially creative systems, creativity support systems, and computational perspectives on human creativity.
The Third International Conference on Computational Creativity, which takes place this year from Wednesday, May 30 through Friday, June 1 in Dublin, Ireland, is an intimate and engaging venue in which to learn about the newest developments in artificially creative systems, creativity support systems, and computational perspectives on human creativity. This year’s conference features 34 presentations and 10 interactive demonstrations, as well as a keynote speech by Professor Steven M. Smith (Department of Psychology, Texas A&M University) entitled “Mechanisms of Creative Cognition: Theory and Research”.
As an attendee at ICCC, you will have ample opportunity to meet and talk with other researchers in the field. We maintain a single-track presentation format in order to provide a shared experience for all attendees, and catered lunches and coffee breaks are provided during each day. Additionally, attendees may participate in a cultural event and conference dinner, all of which is included with your paid registration.
The conference will take place in Dublin, Ireland, on the campus of University College Dublin, the alma mater of the author James Joyce, the humorist Flann O’Brien (whose anarchic wit found a whole new audience via the TV show Lost), and a host of other noted creators. The city is a UNESCO City of Literature and is the designated European City of Science for 2012, and is a place where writers and scientists have a tradition of exchanging ideas and viewpoints in a convivial setting, as when physicist Erwin Schrödinger held forth on the subject of wave mechanics to the regulars at McDaid’s pub. The city has much to offer for the creativity-minded visitor, including literary pub-crawls, plays at one of Dublin’s famous theatres, visits to the Writer’s Museum, or a chance to see to the world-famous Book of Kells at Trinity College.
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