Second Eurographics Symposium on Geometry Processing

Pierre Alliez Pierre.Alliez at
Tue Feb 10 09:41:59 PST 2004

Call for Papers

Second Eurographics Symposium on Geometry Processing
(SGP 2004)

in cooperation with ACM SIGGRAPH [approval pending]

Nice, France, July 8-10

Program Co-Chairs:

   Roberto Scopigno, ISTI-CNR, Italy
   Denis Zorin, NYU, USA

Organizing Co-Chairs:

   Pierre Alliez, INRIA, France
   Jean-Daniel Boissonnat, INRIA, France

The goal of this meeting is to present and discuss new research ideas
and results in Geometric Processing. In this emerging area, concepts
from applied mathematics, computer science, and engineering are used
to design efficient algorithms for the acquisition, manipulation,
animation and transmission of complex 3D models.  Applications of
geometry processing algorithms cover a wide range of areas from
multimedia and entertainment, to bio-medical computing, reverse
engineering, and to classical computer-aided design.

This symposium follows the highly successful 1st Eurographics
Symposium on Geometry Processing, which took place in 2003 in Aachen,
Germany. The proceedings of the symposium will be published in the
Eurographics Proceedings Series, in cooperation with ACM SIGGRAPH
[approval pending].

We are inviting submissions related, but not limited to, the following
topics in geometry processing:

- geometry and topology representations
- compression
- surface and volume parameterization
- approximation
- reverse engineering
- simplification
- smoothing and denoising
- level of detail
- multiresolution shape analysis and synthesis
- animation
- morphing
- transmission
- geometric aspects of rendering
- interactive techniques

Important Dates:

Electronic abstract submission deadline:  April   7, 2004
Electronic paper submission deadline:     April  14, 2004
Author notification:                      May    14, 2004
Camera-ready copy deadline:               May    31, 2004
Symposium:                                July 8-10, 2004

Submission procedure:

Authors are requested to submit  an abstract for their paper (in plain text
format) by April 7, 2004.

The abstract submission should contain the names and institutions
of all authors, contact information of one contact author (name, e-mail,
postal address, phone and fax numbers), and the (not necessarily final)
title and abstract of the submission.

Instructions for electronic submission of papers will be posted
on the conference web site

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