The Conference theme is “Graphonomics and Your Brain on Art, Creativity and Innovation” and will be a single track international forum for discussion on recent advances at the intersection of the creative arts, neuroscience, engineering, media, technology, industry, education, design, forensics, and medicine. Participants will convene to review the state of the art, identify challenges and opportunities and create a Roadmap for the field of Graphonomics and Your Brain on Art.

Topics to be addressed include but are not limited to: Integrative Strategies for Understanding Neural, Affective and Cognitive Systems in Realistic, Complex Environments; Neural and Behavioral Individuality and Variation; Neuroaesthetics; Creativity and Innovation; Neuroengineering and Brain-Inspired Art, Creative Concepts and Wearable MoBI Designs; Creative Art Therapy; Informal Learning; Education; and Forensics. Findings, including contributed papers and discussions, will appear in a peer-reviewed special issue on Graphonomics and your Brain on Art.

Graduate/postdocs: Apply ASAP for a travel fellowship to attend the conference's consortium!

The Conference theme is “Graphonomics and Your Brain on Art, Creativity and Innovation” and will be a single track international forum for discussion on recent advances at the intersection of the creative arts, neuroscience, engineering, media, technology, industry, education, design, forensics, and medicine. Participants will convene to review the state of the art, identify challenges and opportunities and create a Roadmap for the field of Graphonomics and Your Brain on Art.

Topics to be addressed include but are not limited to: Integrative Strategies for Understanding Neural, Affective and Cognitive Systems in Realistic, Complex Environments; Neural and Behavioral Individuality and Variation; Neuroaesthetics; Creativity and Innovation; Neuroengineering and Brain-Inspired Art, Creative Concepts and Wearable MoBI Designs; Creative Art Therapy; Informal Learning; Education; and Forensics. Findings, including contributed papers and discussions, will appear in a peer-reviewed special issue on Graphonomics and your Brain on Art.

Graduate/postdocs: Apply ASAP for a travel fellowship to attend the conference's consortium!

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Important Deadlines

  • Paper submission (4-pages): April 15, 2019 (extended)
  • Late Breaking (1-page abstract): April 26, 2019 (new)
  • Author's Notification: April 30, 2019 (revised)
  • Early Registration: Before April 30, 2019
  • Regular Registration: May 1, 2019
  • Camera Ready Paper: One week after acceptance
  • Late Registration: June 1, 2019
  • Hotel Reservation: Open (see Travel & Stay)
  • Paper submission at: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=igs2019-boa
    (Create a free EasyChair account to submit your paper)

Organizing Committee