Computer Graphics Education Workshop (March 29-30, 2009)
Educators from all areas of computer graphics are invited to participate in a workshop on computer graphics education with the focus on teaching computer graphics in context. To participate, you need to submit a position paper, probably of no more than four pages. The submission deadline is December 11, 2008. Please read the Call for Participation for more information.
The Eurographics 2009 conference includes a full track on computer graphics education. Please see the conference Call for Papers for details. If you have education content that you want to be published, you should submit a paper to that programme; the workshop will not publish any position papers. If your paper fits the theme of the workshop, however, we encourage you to submit it as a position paper.
Eurographics Symposium on Parallel Graphics and Visualization (EGPGV) (March 29-30, 2009)
Following the success of previous EGPGV symposia, we are happy to announce the 9th Eurographics Symposium on Parallel Graphics and Visualization. The new generation of parallel architectures introduce many exciting research opportunities. The extreme-scale of these new parallel systems redefines the scalability problem of many graphics and visualization applications. The aim of this symposium is to foster greater exchange of experiences and knowledge of parallel and distributed computing and its application to all aspects of computer graphics and data visualization. Please see the workshop Web-Pages for details.
Eurographics Workshop on 3D Object Retrieval (March 29, 2009)
The aim of this workshop is to stimulate researchers from different fields (computer vision, computer graphics, machine learning, human-computer interaction, semantic web) who work on the common goal of 3D object retrieval, to present state-of-the-art work in the field and thus provide a crossfertilization ground that will stimulate discussions on the next steps in this important research area. Please see the workshop Web-Pages for details.
Eurographics Workshop on Natural Phenomena (March 29, 2009)
The purpose of this workshop is to explore novel techniques for modeling, animating, simulating and rendering complex natural phenomena. The workshop will build on work done in recent years including simulating aging and weathering of synthetic objects, plant modeling, ecosystem simulation, gaseous phenomena, and liquid flows. It will focus on non-conscious or inanimate nature like rock, trees, oceans, wind, meadows (animals and humans as part of nature should be excluded). Work in this area, promising as it is, is still far from complete. Please see the workshop Web-Pages for details.