IJAC | International Journal of Architectural Computing*
We invite authors to submit original research papers for the issue scheduled for May/June 2012, under the title
Gabriela Celani and Eduardo Nardelli
Deadline January 15th, 2012
Augmented Culture talks about a combination of interdependent social and technological meanings in a complex, multiple, interactive and interconnected context. It acknowledges that a new social and cultural paradigm is being developed as the old barriers of time, space and language are ruptured and transcended. In our knowledge-based civilization, we inhabit interconnected societies where new relational forms are configured. Additionally, cultural expressions have been qualitatively augmented starting from their integration with information and communication technologies, which have dramatically enhanced not only their creative and reflective processes, but also the realization and construction of cultural objects.
In this sense, an Augmented Culture compels us to investigate the wide and complex spectrum of the variables that express the interdisciplinary, collective and participative constructions of our present age, so strongly related to visual culture, information culture and interface culture. Thus, we consider it necessary to concentrate, to expand, to spread and to share exploratory, descriptive or explanatory experiences and productions of such phenomena. The attempt is to define a multidimensional theoretical framework that while recognizing today’s state-of-the-art and tendencies, providing us with a critical viewpoint.
Authors are invited to submit complete and original papers that have not been published elsewhere and are not currently under consideration for another journal. The submissions should be full-length papers (3000 – 5000 words, maximum length 6000 words) complete with illustrations reporting original research or practice.
Papers must be submitted only by the IJAC online system at http://www.architecturalcomputing.org/review/author/submit.php
Please type “Augmented Culture” in the “Optional Comments” box in the form.
More information about IJAC can be seen at: http://www.architecturalcomputing.org/jour/about.html
Detailed instructions for authors can be seen at http://www.multi-science.co.uk/gen_authors.htm
A template can be downloaded from: http://www.architecturalcomputing.org/downloads/IJAC_paper_template09.doc
Deadline for submitting papers: January 15th, 2012
Notification of acceptance sent to authors: March 15th, 2012
Final papers due: March 31st, 2012
Publication date: May/June 2012
*IJAC is a scientific, peer-reviewed journal, published by Multi-science ( http://www.multi-science.co.uk/ijac.htm)
**This issue’s theme, the same as SIGRADI 2011’s, was developed by the conference’s local organizing committee.