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Events being held by related organisations, ACM SIGGRAPH chapters etc.

Call for Submissions: SpaceTime 2010

Call for Submissions: SpaceTime 2010

ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee invites students to submit their work for The 2010 SpaceTime student competition. The international juried exhibition is open to students who are currently enrolled in school/university, or graduated within the last one year. Interested students can submit up to three works in categories of:

  • Prints
  • Animation
  • Interactive Works

to be judged by an international panel of jurors. Students in K-12 can submit works in the Prints category. Selected works will be exhibited during the annual SIGGRAPH conference in Los Angeles, CA

Submission Deadline: May 8th, 2010

For more information, go to
http://education.siggraph.org/students/competitions/call-2010

Reproductions of accepted works will be on exhibit at the annual SIGGRAPH conference, and will also tour nationally and internationally for approximately one year with the SpaceTime Traveling Student Exhibition conducted by the ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee.

For further information, please contact

Shaurya Kumar
Curator of SIGGRAPH SpaceTime 2010
Email: shauryakr@gmail.com

SIGGRAPH Asia 2010 Call for Participation

The Call for Participation in SIGGRAPH Asia 2010 which will be in South Korea this year is on. SIGGRAPH Asia 2010 promises to be very interesting.

  1. The Call for Participation is now available on the SIGGRAPH Asia 2010 website at http://www.siggraph.org/asia2010/content/presenters
  2. If you would like to receive SIGGRAPH Asia updates, please visit http://www.siggraph.org/asia2010/ and click on the pink “Mailing List” icon.
  3. If you would like SA2010 promotional items, please contact Kanako Fudamoto at registration_asia@siggraph.org and she will provide you with e-news, postcards etc.
  4. Registration and Group Registration price information are now available at
    http://www.siggraph.org/asia2010/content/attendees/registration/group-registration
    Online registration will be open in May.
    Group discount is available for 10 or more people from the same affiliation. For a bank transfer option for the organization to pay for the whole group, contact registration_asia@siggraph.org
  5. Exhibition application is open, visit
    http://www.siggraph.org/asia2010/content/exhibitors-sponsors for details

If you have any other inquires, please visit http://www.siggraph.org/asia2010/contact

GRAPHITE 2007 : Call for e-Cinema Submissions

GRAPHITE 2007
1-4 December 2007
Perth, Western Australia
http://www.graphite.siggraph.org

ACM SIGGRAPH and the GRAPHITE 2007 organising committee invite you to participate in the 5th International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques in Australasia and South East Asia, GRAPHITE 2007.

GRAPHITE 2007 will provide a unique atmosphere for researchers, technologists, artists, industry professionals, educators and students to mingle while taking in the latest technical and artistic accomplishments from around the globe.

We welcome contributions relating to computer graphics and interactive techniques including, but not limited to:

  • Modelling
  • Animation
  • Graphics Hardware
  • Digital Art and Artists
  • Scientific Computing and Visualisation
  • VR/AR/Mixed Reality
  • Gaming
  • Rendering
  • Novel Interaction Techniques
  • Stereoscopic, Dome and Other Display Technologies
  • Mobile Graphics
  • Imaging
  • Motion Capture
  • Virtual Museums and Heritage
  • Immersive Environments and Group Interaction
  • Philosophy and History of Computer Graphics and Interaction

About e-Cinema

GRAPHITE2007 e-Cinema submissions are invited from computer graphics visualisers, including: scientific as well as artistic research groups, video- and film- makers, game developers, architectural and engineering visualisation, computer animators and computer graphics students. The e-Cinema program will showcase material that demonstrates innovative computer animation or image processing techniques or that explains technical details of research development. It will include material of scientific, artistic, entertainment and cultural value.

Subject matter may include any form of visual representation that employs computer-generated imagery, suitable for single-screen projection: animation, motion graphics, entertainment technologies, visual effects, scientific and medical visualisation, interactive technologies, research and development, education, architecture, art and design, music, dance, interactive performance, narrative works, non-narrative works, experimental works, game development and design, commercial productions for film and broadcast, and student productions.

Note : due to organisational and technical limitations works that require live performance components will not be accepted for the e-Cinema. Individuals or groups contemplating such submissions should contact the Digital Art Program with enquiries.

All accepted entries will be screened at the GRAPHITE2007 conference and will also be compiled into the GRAPHITE2007 DVD Showreel.

Submission

To submit you entry into the e-Cinema, simply download and fill out the Submission Guidelines and Acceptance Agreement and send these along side your submission package. Carefully follow the instructions in the Submission Guidelines for full details.

http://graphite.bur.st/files/GRAPHITE2007_Electronic_Cinema_Submission_Guidelines.pdf
http://graphite.bur.st/files/GRAPHITE2007_Electronic_Cinema_Acceptance_Agreement.pdf

Key Dates

  • Sat 1st September : e-Cinema submission deadline
  • Mon 1st October : e-Cinema notification of acceptance

Contact

For enquiries relating to the GRAPHITE 2007 e-Cinema, please email graphite07-ecinema ‘at’ siggraph.org.

Subscribe to the GRAPHITE 2007 mailing list to receive conference updates:
http://lists.siggraph.org/mailman/listinfo/graphite2007.

GRAPHITE 2007 : Call for Papers

GRAPHITE 2007
1-4 December 2007
Perth, Western Australia
http://www.graphite.siggraph.org

ACM SIGGRAPH and the GRAPHITE 2007 organising committee invite you to participate in the 5th International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques in Australasia and South East Asia, GRAPHITE 2007.

GRAPHITE 2007 will provide a unique atmosphere for researchers, technologists, artists, industry professionals, educators and students to mingle while taking in the latest technical and artistic accomplishments from around the globe.

We welcome contributions relating to computer graphics and interactive techniques including, but not limited to:

  • Modelling
  • Animation
  • Graphics Hardware
  • Digital Art and Artists
  • Scientific Computing and Visualisation
  • VR/AR/Mixed Reality
  • Gaming
  • Rendering
  • Novel Interaction Techniques
  • Stereoscopic, Dome and Other Display Technologies
  • Mobile Graphics
  • Imaging
  • Motion Capture
  • Virtual Museums and Heritage
  • Immersive Environments and Group Interaction
  • Philosophy and History of Computer Graphics and Interaction

Submission and Author Schedule

As with our past conferences, the GRAPHITE online paper submission system will be used by authors to create their profiles and manage their presentation details, including abstract and paper details.

Papers selected for the conference will appear in the GRAPHITE 2007 conference proceedings, to be published by the ACM.

The online submission system will be available on this website from 2nd July 2007.

Subscribe to the mailing list to stay up to date with GRAPHITE 2007:
http://lists.siggraph.org/mailman/listinfo/graphite2007.

Attendance Requirements

For your paper to appear in the proceedings, at least one of the authors must register for the conference and attend to present the work.

Key Dates

  • Mon 2nd July : Site opens for paper submissions
  • Fri 27th July : Papers and Short Papers submission deadline
  • Fri 14th Sep : Registration opens
  • Fri 21st Sep : Notification of acceptance
  • Mon 8th Oct : Camera-ready papers due
  • Sat 1st Dec-Tue 4th Dec : Conference

Papers

Papers should describe original and unpublished work. Authors should submit a manuscript electronically as a PDF file. The paper should not exceed 8 pages single spaced in length including images, figures, tables and references.

Paper submissions must be anonymised to facilitate blind review. Authors are encouraged to take care throughout the entire document to minimise references that may reveal the identity of the authors or their institutions.

The paper should only include the title of the paper. Authors’ names, affiliations, postal addresses, e-mail addresses and the contact person for the paper will be submitted separately through the online submission system along with the PDF version of the paper.

Short Papers/Sketches

Short papers/sketches are intended to allow authors to present work which is perhaps more applied, or in a less finalised state, in order to expose ideas and generate discussion and debate with other delegates. They should be no more than 4 pages long.

Short papers will also be published in the conference proceedings but will be identified as shorter contributions.

Paper Format

The format of papers and short papers should conform to the style for “Conferences sponsored by ACM SIGGRAPH” described at http://www.siggraph.org/publications/instructions/

Student Prize

A prize will be awarded for the best student paper presented at GRAPHITE 2007. Please indicate that you are a student when submitting your paper.

Posters

A separate call for posters will be made in August.

Contact

For enquiries relating to papers, please email graphite07-papers ‘at’ siggraph.org.

Subscribe to the GRAPHITE 2007 mailing list to receive conference updates:
http://lists.siggraph.org/mailman/listinfo/graphite2007.