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Date posted: 06/12/2005
11th Annual CyberTherapy Conference
June 13 to 15th 2006 in Gatineau (Canada)
This year?s theme is Virtual Healing: Designing Reality
The Interactive Media Institute and the Cyberpsychology Lab of the UQO are proud to announce the first call for abstracts for CyberTherapy 11. The submission deadline is February 20th 2006.
Guest speaker: Pierre-Gilles de Gennes, Nobel Prize of Physics in
Tentative title of his talk: Contributions of Physics to Medicine
Submission and Registration Deadlines:
* February 20th, 2006: Submission for posters, orals and symposiums.
* March 6th, 2006: Authors are informed if their submission has been accepted.
* March 30th, 2006: Deadline to submit a full paper (for those
* April 30th, 2006: Deadline for early pre-registration (see web site for
Early pre-registration: 350 $ (Can), 175 $ (Can) for students.
Pre-registration: 450 $ (Can), 225 $ (Can) for students.
May 20th, 2006: Deadline to register for workshops (75 $ (Can) per
June 6th, 2006: Deadline for pre-registration (only on-site registration
after that date: 500 $ (Can), 275 $ (Can) for students).
All deadlines are firm and will be respected.
To submit your abstract, register for the conference or obtain additionalinformation, please visit the CT11 website at http://www.interactivemediainstitute.com/conference2006/index.htm. Note that abstracts will be published in a regular issue of the journal Cyberpsychology and Behavior and presentations will be available in pdf on the CT11 web site the day after the conference.
The CyberTherapy Conference (CT11) brings together researchers, clinicians and funders to share and discuss the growing discipline of CyberTherapy. This year's theme acknowledges the importance of two related types of scientific studies that are usually presented at this meeting: clinical applications of VR and other technologies, and experimental research on why it has such a powerful impact in behavioural healthcare, medicine, and neuroscience. The theme also highlights changes which have occurred over the past decade: that which was once in the realm of science-fiction has now increasingly become part of our reality. People attending this
conference will therefore have the opportunity to play a role in designing the future.
This conference was originally a specialized symposium at the Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference (www.nextmed.com/mmvr_virtual_reality.html
) featuring presentations that dealt mostly with conceptual matters and future possibilities. The symposium has continued to grow over the years in both size and scientific evidence and spun off into an independent three-day conference in 2003.
Oral presentations, posters and symposiums are sought in the following areas, but are not limited to:
? Advanced user interfaces
? Anxiety disorders
? Augmented reality
? Avatars and autonomous agents
? Cognitive assessment
? Eating disorders, obesity and body image disturbances
? Mobile Computing
? Neuropsychological assessment
? Pain reduction
? Physiological measurement and imaging during immersion in VR
? Telehealth and videoconferencing
? Videogame applications
? Virtual reality applications
This year, CT11 will be held at the Holiday Inn Plaza La Chaudiere hotel in Gatineau (http://www.rosdevhotels.com). It is centrally located in downtown Gatineau, less than 1 km from downtown Ottawa and 16 km away from the MacDonald-Cartier International Ottawa Airport. For more information you can contact the hotel by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. This Four Star property is in close proximity to Parliament Hill, the Canadian Museum of Civilization, the Casino du Lac Leamy, and all major tourist attractions. The famous Gatineau Hills, the ?Route Verte? bikeway network and the University du Quebec en Outaouais are just minutes away
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