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SGames 2016, the 6th EAI International Conference on Serious Games, Interaction and Simulation will take place in Porto, Portugal on 16-17 June, 2016.

In spite of the existing evidence of success, there is still a limited use of Serious Games. This has mainly to do with social concerns and stereotypes about the relation of games and serious purposes. Other issues relate to physical and cost barriers, hardware and license cost, access (for online games), maintenance and support. But this limited use is also related to the lack of extended evidence of effective application.

SGames 2016 will be a conference with multidisciplinary approach to the presentation of research, theory, application, practice and validation in the field of Serious Games for any level and any area. As such it covers areas like cognition, psychology, technology-enhanced education, evaluation and assessment, multimedia and information technology, interaction and simulation. SGames 2016 is interested in new scientific approaches and results from experiments and real-life applications.

The Conference will host a great keynote speech by Dr. Sylvester Arnab (Coventry University, UK).With more than 10 years research experience in simulation, serious games and gamification combined, his research interests include gameful, playful and pervasive designs that transform ordinary tasks into extraordinary experiences.

To see which are the topics to be discussed at SGames 2016, see the Final Program in Full.

Selected papers, particularly those nominated for the Best Paper competition, will be automatically considered for publication in the EAI Endorsed Transactions on Serious Games.

Registration to SGames 2016 is open! If you need more information about the Conference, visit the official website.

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