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awavgemmert31
02-24-2009, 05:12 AM
Dear Colleagues,



On behalf of the organizing committee I am pleased to announce that the organizing committee after many requests decided to extend the deadline for submission of abstracts to IGS2009 till March 9, 2009.



For more information please see the announcement below.



With kind regards,

Arend Van Gemmert



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C A L L F O R P A P E R S



IGS2009



14th Biennial Conference of the International Graphonomics Society September 13th - September 16th, 2009 Dijon, France http://www.graphonomics.org/igs2009/



CONFERENCE CHAIRS

Annie Vinter, Univ. Dijon, France

Jean-Luc Velay, CNRS Marseille, France



ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

(Univ. Dijon, France)

Stéphane Argon

Michel Paindavoine

Sandrine Pinson

Philippe Pfister

Fan Yang



STEERING COMMITTEE

José Contreras-Vidal, USA

Bryan Found, Australia

Arend Van Gemmert, USA

Venu Govindaraju, USA

Elisa van den Heuvel, Netherlands

Graham Leedham, Australia

Angelo Marcelli, Italy

Jim Phillips, Australia

Masaki Nakagawa, Japan

Réjean Plamondon, Canada

Doug Rogers, Australia

Claudio de Stefano, Italy

Hans-Leo Teulings, USA

Arnold Thomassen, Netherlands



The Organizing Committee invites authors to submit original and unpublished research, developments, innovations and case studies related to any of the fields of Graphonomics.



What is Graphonomics?

Graphonomics denotes the scientific and technological effort involved in identifying relationships between the planning and generation of handwriting and drawing movements, the resulting spatial traces of writing and drawing instruments (either conventional or electronic), and the dynamic features of these traces.



About the Conference

Papers may be presented at the conference via oral presentation, or in poster sessions (subject to review by the program committee). Selected papers will be published in special issues of journals. The IGS 2009 Conference is multidisciplinary and research papers of all related disciplines will be considered including (but not limited to):

Experimental Psychology

Clinical/Experimental Neuropsychology

Neurology

Neuroscience

Biophysics

Rehabilitation

Brain-Computer Interfaces

Cognitive Science

Motor Control/Learning

Education

Forensic Science

Human Computer Interaction

Pattern Recognition

Paleography



Invited Speakers

Prof. A.L. Benabid, Member of the Academy of Sciences, France Brain and Parkinson's disease

Prof. V. Connelly, Oxford Brookes University, UK Language and Writing Development

Prof. J.F. Demonet, Toulouse University, France Brain and Handwriting

Prof. K. Franke, Gjøvik University, Norway A Computational Approach to Forensic Sciences



To students

The Association of Forensic Document Examiners will sponsor the Best Student Paper Award.



Important Dates

Paper Submission: March 9th, 2009 (download a MS word template from the web site)

Author Notification: March 9th, 2009 (early), April 17th, 2009 (late)

Camera Ready Version: July 15th, 2009

Author Registration: Until mid-July, 2009

Reception in Dijon: September 13th, 2009

Visit Burgundy: September 17th, 2009





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Arend W. A. Van Gemmert, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Department of Kinesiology

College of Education

Louisiana State University

46 H. P. Long Fieldhouse Drive

Baton Rouge, LA 70803

+1(225)578-9142 (office)

+1(225)578-3680 (fax)

gemmert@lsu.edu

http://mb.lsu.edu/index.html

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