TOPICS of interest (but not limited to)

Neuroscience: Development, planning and control of writing and drawing movement;

Handwriting generation: Biomechanical models; Cognitive models; Neural Network based models;

Handwriting analysis: Recording; Tracking; Processing; Tools;

Handwriting recognition: Human reading; Pen computing; On-line and off-line recognition; Interface technology;

Handwriting education: Handwriting and drawing skill evaluation; Teaching handwriting; Learning handwriting;

Medical applications: Handwriting disorders; Disorders and drugs; Brain-computer interfacing;

Forensic applications: Handwriting features; Writer identification and verification; Signature verification; Methods and Computer Tools (e.g. personnel screening devices, etc.);

Historical document analysis and processing; Palaeography;

Large digital archives: Systems, tools and technologies.