Call for Posters

Online PNC Submission System

Important Dates:

Deadline for Receiving Abstracts hasas been extended to September 2nd, 2013.



Topics for Submission include but not limited to:

1. Humanities Computing and Digital Humanities

1.1 Archeology

1.2 History

1.3 Philosophy

1.4 Linguistics

1.5 Area Studies

1.6 Disaster Management

1.7 Cultural Heritage

2. Knowledge Information Processing

3. Sensibility/Sensitivity (Kansei) Information Processing

4. Digital Museums

5. Digital Libraries

6. Digital Archives

7. MLA

8. Resource Sharing

9. Semantic Web

10. LOD (Linked Open Data)

11. Ontology

12. Records Preservation

13. Conservation Science

14. Protecting Cultural Properties

15. Computer Aided Education

16. Computer Literacy

17. Data Mining

18. Spatiotemporal Information Processing

19. GIS

20. Remote Sensing

21. Digitization

22. Digital Documentation

23. Database

24. Metadata

25. Information Retrieval

26. Image Processing

27. Voice Processing

28. Color Processing

29. Visualization

30. Web Technology

31. Intellectual Property and Copyright

32. Security

33. Social Computing

34. Media Application

35. Austronesian Dispersal

36. Biodiversity



About Poster Sessions

PNC 2013 Poster Sessions include "Poster Competition" and "Demonstration Zone" :

I. General Poster Competition

 All participants are required to give an oral orientation. Winners will be selected and awarded after evaluation of the Grading
   Committee. Below please find detailed regulation and grading standards for both competitions:   


General Poster Competition selection criteria are:
                  (1) Main Theme and Research Methodology (40%)
                           - Originality and creativity
                           - Methods are clear and appropriate for the objectives
                           - Background and objectives are clearly stated
                  (2) Conclusion and Contribution (40%)
                           - Conclusions are supported by data
                           - Level of project difficulty
                  (3) Poster Production (20%)
                           - The flow of the poster is easy to follow and interpret
                           - Tables, figures and/or written results are succinct          

II. Demonstration Zone:

For poster demonstration only. Vendors or Institutions are welcome to take this opportunity to show research results that are related to the conference main theme.

Application & Submissions:

Participants to Poster Sessions should submit one completed abstract online via PNC Submission System

by September 2nd, 2013 (has been extended). Submission of digital poster is optional and should be submitted as a PDF or JPEG file.


Important Notice:

1. Poster Sessions participants are required to register for the PNC 2013 Conference.

2. For Poster Competition participants, at least one author needs to register and attend the competition in person.


3. For Demonstration Zone participants, one of the authors should still register even none of the participants could attend the             conference in person. The abstract will NOT be included on the PNC 2013 Website without registration.

4. All poster submitted will be reviewed by the PNC Review Committee. PNC preserve the rights to reject the applicants.

5. For any inquires. please contact the Secretariat at

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