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The Second International Conference on Culture and Computing
(Culture and Computing 2011)

Culture and Computing 2013 will be held in Kyoto on September 16-18, 2013.

Culture and Computing 2011 was a great success!
The Conference attracted 104 participants from 25 countries. Enthusiastic and productive discussions were held for two days. We would like to send out special thanks to all the authors, reviewers, committee members and staffs, who made the conference possible.

Best of Culture and Computing 2011 Awards

This conference initiated a Best of Culture and Computing 2011 awards program. The reviewing process for the conference as a whole ensures the quality of published contributions.

Best Paper:
  • The Art-Space of a Global Community: The Network of Baroque Paintings in Hispanic-America
    Juan-Luis Suarez, Fernando Sancho Caparrini, and Javier de la Rosa Perez
Best Paper Candidates:
  • Alignment of Remote Cultures: In Contrast to the Relevance Theory of Communication
    Fumiko Kano Gluckstad
  • Clustering Bayon Face Towers Using Restored 3D Shape Models
    Min Lu, Mawo Kamakura, Bo Zheng, Jun Takamatsu, Ko Nishino, and Katsushi Ikeuchi
  • Features of Accuracy Mismatch between Back-Translated Sentences and Target-Translated Sentences
    Mai Miyabe and Takashi Yoshino

Latest Updates

(2011.8.21) Main Track Program is Open.
(2011.8.21) Early registration Extended to September 10th. (2011.7.01) Application Form is Open.
(2011.7.01) Accommodation is Open.


October 20-22, 2011


Kyoto University, Japan
The Clock Tower Centennial Hall

Organized by:

Organization Committee of the Second International Conference on Culture and Computing.
Kyoto Laboratory for Culture and Computing

Co-sponsored by:

Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University
Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Kyoto University
Kyoto University Global COE Program Informatics Education and Research Center for Knowledge-Circulating Society
Ritsumeikan University Global COE Program Digital Humanities Center for Japanese Arts and Cultures
Advanced Scientific Technology & Management Research Institute of KYOTO
Kyoto Research Park Corp.
The Society for Art and Science

This conference is supported by Support Center for Advanced Telecommunications Technology Research and Tateishi Science and Technology Foundation.

Supported by:

The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers
Information Processing Society of Japan
The Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence
Kyoto Prefecture
Kyoto City


Chado Urasenke Tankokai Incorporated Nonprofit Organization , Kyoto West-Rakusai Youth Division

Collaboration with:

International Conference on Semantics, Knowledge and Grids (SKG 2011)

Previous Conference:

Culture and Computing 2010 (Web, Proceedings)