Symposium 2023

October 10 and 11, 2023 (online)

Call for Abstract

In the past three years, the Symposium promoted research in the Representation domain aimed at connecting Augmented Reality (AR) technology, understood in its broadest meaning, with the discipline of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The emerged interests, coupled with the rapid technology development, require a (controlled) expansion of the theoretical content and application areas and careful monitoring of the disciplines involved, focusing on the AI-XR connection. This domain opens up to the worlds of tangible and intangible cultural heritage, architectural, environmental, infrastructural and product, of education, as a place for advanced and innovative training.
REpresentation Advances And Challenges Symposium aims to explore, through the lens of Representation, the areas of research that gravitate around AI-XR by opening up new transdisciplinary reflections. Authors are asked to submit projects whose testing is in an advanced state of development for presentation at the Symposium.


Work in progress


• 01/06/2023 – Deadline for abstract submission
• 15/07/2023 – Abstract acceptance deadline for oral or video communication
• 20/09/2023 – Payment deadline for oral or video contribution
• 30/09/2022 – Deadline for online registration (speakers/other authors/auditors)
• 10-11/10/2023 – REAACH on-line Symposium
• 15/01/2023 – Deadline for submission of an extended paper

Abstract Submission

Work in progress

Symposium Registration

The registration form allows you entering your personal data with 3 alternative options:

  • (only for authors) to pay the fee for REAACH Association membership (70 euro) and right of publication, including Symposium 2023 partecipation (it’s mandatory at least one author for presentation)
  • (for all) to pay the fee for REAACH Association membership (20 euro), including Symposium 2023 partecipation
  • (for all) to participate in the REAACH-ID 2022 online event (free of charge)

Symposium Organization

The symposium takes place over two days online on a zoom platform. Depending on the number of abstracts and the content covered, they are divided into “oral” and “youtube” presentations. Oral presentations are scheduled over the two days with 10-12 min slots. Youtube presentations are videos created by the authors (same lenght) that are uploaded to a dedicated youtube channel and made available before the event. Both types of presentations can be included in the final publication. Finally, the symposium includes a demo session, where 30 sec.- 1 min. application videos can be shared with everyone.


Promoting Committee:
Andrea Giordano (University of Padua)
Michele Russo (Sapienza University of Rome)
Roberta Spallone (Politecnico di Torino)

Scientific Committee:
Violette Abergel (MAP UMR 3495 CNRS/MC, Marseille)
Salvatore Barba (University of Salerno)
Marco Giorgio Bevilacqua (University of Pisa)
Stefano Brusaporci (University of L’Aquila)
Valeria Cera (University of Naples Federico II)
Pilar Chías (University of Alcalá)
• Francesca Fatta (Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria)
Andrea Giordano (University of Padua)
David Lo Buglio (University of Bruxelles | ULB)
Alessandro Luigini (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano)
Federica Maietti (University of Ferrara)
Barbara Ester Adele Piga (Politecnico di Milano)
Michele Russo (Sapienza University of Rome)
Cettina Santagati (University of Catania)
Alberto Sdegno (University of Udine)
Roberta Spallone (Politecnico di Torino)
Victoria Szabo (Duke University)

Organizing Committee:
Rachele Angela Bernardello (University of Padova)
Valeria Croce (University of Pisa)
Giulia Flenghi (Sapienza University of Rome)
Isabella Friso (IUAV University of Venice)
Fabrizio Natta (Politecnico di Torino)
Valerio Palma (Politecnico di Torino)
Enrico Pupi (Politecnico di Torino)

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