The IEEE Conference on Games will be hosting a day of industry talks on 24th August 2020 at Kindai University, Japan. This industry day will include a number of keynotes and industry talks. The organisers invite talk proposals from members of the games industry, interested in engaging with game developers and researchers. We are looking forward to submissions from all over the community. This includes tools, best practices, demonstrations and the latest developments from various fields and backgrounds within the games industry. For your reference, please see last year industry day program.
Each industry talk has a time slot of 20 minutes (15 minutes for talk + 5 minutes for Q&A) plus a demo if desired during the demo session on the same day and should focus on a technical contribution to a game in one or more of the conference topic areas:
We also welcome proposals for 'Getting into the industry' talks by established game professionals.
Attendance to the Industry day is free. Speakers of the accepted talks have a discounted fee to attend the rest of the conference.
To propose a talk, please submit the following details:
About the Speaker
About the talk (all talks are 20 minutes including Q&A and a demo if desired by the speaker):
Please do not hesitate to contact us (by contacting Kyung-Joong Kim - email@example.com) if you have any questions about the conference, the industry day or anything else.