[SIGBOVIK] SIGBOVIK 2017 Call for Papers
sigbovik-announce at lists.andrew.cmu.edu
Wed Feb 1 08:46:10 EST 2017
To All Students, Faculty, Staff and Sentient AIs:
The eleventh annual SIGBOVIK conference will take place at
Carnegie Mellon University on Friday, March 31, 2017 in Rashid
Auditorium (GHC 4401). The Special Interest Group on Harry Q. Bovik is a
multidisciplinary conference dedicated to lesser-known research areas
neglected by mainstream conferences, such as:
- Unintentional type theory,
- Simplicity theory,
- Intelligent artificiality,
- Exotic bug finding,
- Inept expert systems,
- Disease and underwear modelling,
- And many more!
The submission deadline is March 5. Everyone is encouraged to submit,
regardless of affiliation, discipline, rationality, or goodwill. Authors
of accepted papers are encouraged (but not required) to give a ten
minute presentation of their work.
Further disinformation is available at our website:
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If you have no idea what’s going on:
SIGBOVIK is an evening of tongue-in-cheek academic presentations. If we
have a goal, it’s to poke fun at our fields and provide a venue for
silly ideas with (often but not always) serious executions. SIGBOVIK has
both a published proceedings and live talks, and everyone is welcome to
participate in either or both of these. All subjects are welcome,
although be advised that the primary audience is computer scientists.
The best way to get a feel for SIGBOVIK is to look at our past
proceedings, which you can find at sigbovik.org.
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