Submission Deadlines

Monday 30th of January, 2006 Paper Abstracts
Monday 6th of February, 2006 Papers (23:59 CET, current CET is 12:57),
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


This call is closed! It is no longer possible to submit tutorials

International experts are invited to give half day or full day tutorials providing in-depth instructions on a variety of topics in Computer Graphics and related areas. Tutorials will range from introductory and refresher topics to cutting-edge technologies. Tutorial proposals, typically 4 pages, should be submitted in electronic form, by February 15th, 2006. Each group of speakers will receive

  • an honorarium of €400 for a full day tutorial, or €200 for a half day tutorial
  • one free registration for the conference and a complimentary ticket for conference events.
All tutorial lecturers are allowed to attend other tutorials at no extra charge, subject to space being available.

Submission Details

Tutorial proposals should be submitted in PDF format. Submitted tutorial proposals should contain the following information:
  • Author(s) detail(s)
    • Name(s)
    • Institution
    • E-mail addresse(s)
    • URL
  • Tutorial details
    • Title of Tutorial
    • Half or full day tutorial
    • Keywords
  • A detailed outline of the tutorial.
  • A statement of the necessary background and potential target audience for the tutorial.
  • A brief resume of the presenter(s) indicating their background in the tutorial area.
All tutorial proposals will be reviewed by external reviewers and the tutorial co-chairs, based on the quality of the submitted proposals, the qualification of the presenters, relevance to the conference, and balance of topics.

Course Notes

Sample course notes, although not required in the submission, are highly encouraged to accompany the tutorial proposals. Notes may include original text, formatted according to the EG publication guidelines, reprints of earlier papers (subject to copyright approval), slides and any other material the authors consider useful. All course notes of accepted tutorials will be distributed to conference participants both in printed and CD-ROM formats. The acceptance of tutorial proposals is contingent upon the final submission of complete course notes.
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