Submission Deadlines

Monday 30th of January, 2006 Paper Abstracts
Monday 6th of February, 2006 Papers (23:59 CET, current CET is 06:30),
Wednesday 15th of February, 2006 Tutorials, STARs
Saturday 15th of April, 2006 Paper Notification
Friday 28th of April, 2006 Short Papers, Education Papers, Labs & Projects, John Lansdown Prize
Wednesday 24th of May, 2006 Interactive Multimedia
Friday 2nd of June, 2006 Animations
Friday 30th of June, 2006 Labs & Projects
Monday 28th of August, 2006 Games

Full Papers

This call is closed! It is no longer possible to submit full papers.

Authors are invited to submit original papers reporting research contributions, practice and experience, or novel applications. Papers are sought in all areas of Computer Graphics: rendering, modeling, animation, interactive techniques, virtual reality, visualisation, and other relevant topic areas. If in doubt about the suitability of your topic, please contact the papers co-chairs. A preliminary abstract is due by January 30th, 2006, and the full paper deadline is the 6th of February. The submission of papers and additional material is electronic.

Accepted papers will be presented orally at the conference and appear in the proceedings. The proceedings will be published in the Eurographics journal, Computer Graphics Forum, volume 25, issue 3, in print and online, and will be distributed in both printed and electronic formats to all conference delegates. Authors are required to include a declaration that they have not previously submitted or published the scientific contribution claimed in their paper to any other conference or journal, and that they are prepared to present the paper at Eurographics 2006. Papers must be written and presented in English. Papers should not exceed 10 A4 pages in length and must be formatted according to the EG publication style. Please, follow the Submission Procedure exactly.

An international jury will select the three best papers accepted and presented at the conference. The best of the three will receive the Günter Enderle Award, including a cash prize of 1000 euros. An award will also be given to the best student paper, authored and presented at Eurographics 2006 by a full-time student. Award winners are announced here.

International Program Committee

Brunet Pere, Spain
Chen Min, UK
Cignoni Paolo, Italy
Deussen Oliver, Germany
Dischler Jean-Michel, France
Dodgson Neil, UK
Dutré Philip, Belgium
Fedkiw Ron, USA
Fellner Dieter, Austria
Galin Eric, France
Greiner Günther, Germany
Gross Markus, Switzerland
Gumhold Stefan, Germany
Heidrich Wolfgang, Canada
Igarashi Takeo, Japan
Jorge Joaquim, Portugal
Kobbelt Leif, Germany
Luebke David, USA
Magnor Marcus, Germany
Moeller Torsten, Canada
Museth Ken, Sweden
Myszkowski Karol, Germany
O'Sullivan Carol, Ireland
Pasko Alexander, Japan
Pattanaik Sumanta, USA
Pfister Hans-Peter, USA
Post Frits, Netherlands
Sbert Mateu, Spain
Schmalstieg Dieter, Austria
Scopigno Roberto, Italy
Seidel Hans-Peter, Germany
Slavik Pavel, Czech Republic
Slusallek Philipp, Germany
Sramek Milos, Slovakia
Strothotte Thomas, Germany
Teschner Matthias, Germany
Thalmann Daniel, Switzerland
Westermann Rüdiger, Germany
Willis Phil, UK
Wimmer Michael, Austria
Wyman Chris, USA
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