Thirtieth anniversary "Heron island" conference on computational and cognitive models of creative design (HI19)

15–18 December 2019
Heron Island, Queensland, Australia

About this conference

This conference series commenced in 1989 to provide an international forum for the presentation and discussion of state-of-the-art and cutting-edge research on the computational and cognitive model of design creativity and became known as the "Heron island" conferences.

This conference, the Thirtieth Anniversary Heron island conference, aims to bring together both (1) the community of researchers who have presented their research at previous Heron island conferences, asking them to reflect on the trajectory and influence of their research, and (2) the community of researchers who commenced their research more recently, asking them to present their research by placing it within the context of the thirty years of preceding research.

A set of reflective and prospective papers that have been referred by an international board of reviewers will be presented and proposed to be published as a book by Springer as part of the continuing archive on design creativity research.

Substantial periods of time at the conference will be set aside for both formal and informal discussion to create opportunities for peer-to-peer interactions, mutual learning and creativity-inspired new ideas.

Submission Dates (see Submission info for details)
 

Title and abstract,  500 words, include author information, electronic submission in PDF

1 June 2019

Papers for review include author information, electronic submission in PDF format in HI19 conference style (25 pages maximum)

28 June 2019

Authors informed of results of paper reviews

28 August 2019

Accepted revised papers due (25 pages maximum) 
electronic submission in RTF and PDF formats in HI19 conference style

30 September 2019

HI'19 Conference

15-18 December 2019 

 

Conference Chairs
John Gero and Mary Lou Maher email

Sponsors
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