Transactions publishes short refereed papers. It provides a fast track to publishing key new results, ideas and developments in practice. This format is particularly valuable to young researchers and, in particular, Ph.D. students in the later part of their studies. Practicing artists are encouraged to report on new work and new concepts through Transactions.
Papers are restricted to two journal pages and must be submitted electronically in final camera-ready form. Complete information, including formatting instructions and templates, can be found at <www.leonardo-transactions.com>. Authors of accepted papers will also have the opportunity to submit supplemental multimedia material for posting on the MIT Press web site.
Associated with Transactions is an open electronic database of new work, Research Announcements. This moderated web site makes submitted Transactions papers available, with the author's agreement, from the date of receipt by the editor. Other announcements of research results and new practice may also be included.
Transactions welcomes submissions concerning topics listed in the journal's current "Calls for Papers" (see <leonardo.info/isast/spec.projects/spec.projects.html>). In addition, Transactions calls for papers in the following areas:
• The integration of practice and theory in art-led research
• Contributions to science and technology from art practice
• Scientific methods used within art practice.
Special thanks to our Transactions reviewers: Paul Brown, Computer Arts Society; Dave Burraston, Creativity and Cognition Studios; Linda Candy, University of Technology, Sydney; Sean Cubitt, University of Melbourne; Ross Gibson, University of Technology, Sydney; Sue Gollifer, University of Brighton; Janis Jeffries, Goldsmiths College, University of London; Mary Lou Maher, National Science Foundation, USA; Lev Manovich, University of California, San Diego; Eduardo Miranda, University of Plymouth; Bonnie Mitchell, Bowling Green State University; Kumiyo Nakakoji, University of Tokyo; Frieder Nake, University of Bremen; Jack Ox, University of New Mexico; Doug Riecken, IBM; Cynthia Beth Rubin, Rhode Island School of Design; Stephen Scrivener, Chelsea College of Art and Design; Jeffrey Shaw, University of New South Wales; Mike Stubbs, FACT Liverpool.
Transactions staff: Managing Editor: Sarah Moss. [End Page 161]