The conference language is English. Proposals are submitted for consideration to the members of the scientific & artistic committee. Each proposal must include: abstract (which should be no more than 500 words), presentation title, author(s)/artist(s) name(s), affiliation(s), e-mail address(es), up to 5 keywords, short CV / resumé (approximately 150 words), type of presentation: paper, poster, or artist talk. Proposals must be submitted in PDF, Word or Open Office document format.
Proposals for artist talks should also include link(s) to documentation material (photos, video, audio, etc.); especially proposals for poster presentations, should be presented as a draft poster, exclusively in pdf format A3 size (29,7 × 42 cm) maximum 5 Mb / 200 dpi in CMYK colour mode. Links like Dropbox or Google Drive can be used, but links with an expiration date (e.g. WeTransfer) are not acceptable. In addition, if the link has a password, it should be included too.
Submissions must be sent electronically through the EasyChair submissions system for the TTT2020 conference (opening October 1st, 2019 and deadline until March 31st, 2020).
Panel sessions last two hours including four presentations, which must not exceed 20 minutes each, allowing some 20 minutes for further discussion in the end of the session. Facilities include standard audiovisual equipment for electronic presentations (computer, video projector, stereo speakers, and Internet access).
Selected participants in the poster presentation will be asked to submit their print-outs and the digital file of the original poster in A0 size for portrait posters (118.9cm by 84.1cm) or in A1 size for landscape posters (59.4cm by 84.1cm) on the first day of the conference. The posters will be exhibited in a designated area close to the conference hall and posters' authors are encouraged to attend the conference and make a brief presentation at the conference's premises.
The proceedings of TTT2020 will be published in two parts. Likewise TTT2017 and TTT2018, a selected number of papers will be published as a special issue in the Technoetic Arts journal, editor Roy Ascott and associate editor Luna Zhou, by Intellect, with guest editor Dalila Honorato. The main core of the proceedings will be published in digital format (e-Book), with an ISBN number by an academic publishing house, editors are: Dalila Honorato, Ingeborg Reichle, María Antonia González Valerio, and Andreas Giannakoulopoulos.
The hard deadline for submitting the finalized text proposed for publication is December 31st, 2020 and it should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each paper sent for publication in the conference proceedings "Taboo - Transgression - Transcendence in Art & Science 2020" should preferably be from 2000 to 4000 words and follow the Harvard referencing system using the author-date system for in-text citations.