Fall 2008 call for PhD scholarships at the Center for Computer Games Research (http://game.itu.dk/);
IT-University of Copenhagen.
Further info: http://www1.itu.dk/sw487.asp
Areas of research interest include (but not limited to):
- computational intelligence and games
- player modeling
- human game interaction
- affective computing
- game aesthetics
- game ontology
- game design theory
Georgios N. Yannakakis
Assistant Professor, IT-University of Copenhagen
Lots of call for conference papers and research proposals to publish. Meanwhile, what a difference six months makes. I’ve recently had two research proposals based round exploring Second Life as an educational tool rejected. One reviewer at least clearly had problems appreciating what on earth Second Life is.
Now comes this call for research proposals from Eduserve. And what do I find? Not only does it make explicit mention of Second Life, but you can even submit your application INSIDE Second Life!