Eurographics 2011 started accepting papers
Eurographics 2011 will be the 32nd annual conference of the European Association for Computer Graphics.
The 2011 conference will take place at Llandudno, Wales on the 11-15 April 2011. Organizers of the conference are now calling for papers to be published at the conference.
Areas of interest are everything related to computer graphics such as rendering, modelling, visualization, animation, virtual reality, computer vision, imaging, and related disciplines. In 2011, however, Eurographics will have a special focus on Cultural Heritage and High Dynamic Range Imaging. The HDR section is lead Raphal Mantiuk and Erik Reinhard.
Suggested topics on cultural heritage are:
- Data Acquisition: active 3D Data Capture technologies
- Data Acquisition: image-based 3D reconstruction
- Data Acquisition: 3D modelling
- Geometric Processing of sampled data
- Repositories and data collection of 3D data
- 2D and 3D GIS in CH
- Visualization issues for CH data and applications
- Non-Photorealistic Rendering of CH Data
- Computer Animation for CH Applications and Virtual Heritage
- Interactive Environments and Applications for CH
- Multi-modal interfaces and rendering for CH
- Virtual Museum Applications (e-Museums and e-Exhibitions)
- Virtual Reality in Archaeology and Historical Research
- Tools for Education and Training in CH
- Usability, Effectiveness and Interface Design for CH Application
- Applications (e.g. in Education, Tourism, Restoration)
Suggested topics on high dynamic range imaging are:
- Acquisition techniques
- Image manipulation
- Image editing
- Artistic HDR techniques
- Capture and display hardware
- Quality metrics
- Encoding and compression
- Inverse tone-mapping
- Display techniques
- Submission of papers: December 10, 2010
- Notification of acceptance: January 28, 2011
- Camera ready due: February 15, 2011
Both paper and sketch submissions should be formatted according to the EG conference style. Sketch submissions should include “Sketch: “ in the title line to distinguish them from the paper submissions. Guidance on formatting can be found at http://www.eg.org/EG/Publications/guidelines.
Accepted papers and sketches will be presented at Eurographics 2011 and published in a separate proceedings published by Eurographics. They will also appear in the Eurographics digital library. Selected best papers from Cultural Heritage section will be published in the ACM Journal of Computing and Cultural Heritage.