Call: GameDays 2010: Serious Games for Sports and Health

Serious Games for Sports and Health

GameDays 2010

March 25/26 2010, TU Darmstadt, Germany

Call for papers

We invite you to participate in the GameDays 2010. The GameDays, established in 2005 as annual “Science meets Business” event series, aim to provide an information and cooperation platform bringing together academia and industry and discussing latest trends, challenges and potentials of serious games. Research papers, case studies and demonstrations are invited that present novel scientific results, best practice showcases, or improvements to existing technology, methods, concepts and approaches in the multidisciplinary field of serious games, applied in a broad spectrum of application domains.

Suggested research topics include, but are not limited to:

– Theory: Scientific models, methods and concepts for game-based prevention and rehabilitation

– Game Design: Sustainable concepts and methods for cooperative and competitive application scenarios

– Technology: Interfaces, Sensors, Authoring Tools, Information and Communication, AI – Business: Sustainable Business Models and Market Studies

– Practice: Field Reports and Evaluation Studies, Demonstrations, Commercial Games and Research Prototypes

Important Dates


January 15th, 2010: Submission Deadline

– Full papers: 8 – 12 pages

– Short and demonstration papers: 4 – 6 pages

February 10th, 2010: Notification of Acceptance

– February 28th, 2010: Camera Ready Version

– March 25-26th, 2010: GameDays 2010

Paper Submission


All submissions should use the format of the International Journal of Computer Science in Sport (IJCSS template: available at Please submit your papers via email to

Template File:

Paper submissions will be accepted via email only and should be both in Word and Adobe pdf format. All papers will be reviewed by the scientific committee. Accepted papers will be published as a Special Issue “Serious Games for Sports and Health” in the International Journal of Computer Science in Sport.




Prof. Dr. Josef Wiemeyer

TU Darmstadt, Institute for Sport Science

Phone +49 (0) 6151 16-2861

Dr. Stefan Göbel

TU Darmstadt, Multimedia Communications

Lab – KOM, Serious Gaming

Phone +49 (0) 6151 16-6149

Further information (e.g., registration, program and conference venue) is available at the GameDays website:

ISPR Presence News

Search ISPR Presence News: