SIGGRAPH 2003 Calls for Participation

Wed 11th Sep 2002 | News

Conference: 27 - 31 July 2003
Exhibition: 29 - 31 July 2003

Location: San Diego Convention Center
San Diego, California USA

(Chicago, IL- August 26, 2002) SIGGRAPH 2003, the 30th International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, which will be 27 - 31 July, at the San Diego Convention Center is seeking exceptional work for its technical programs and experiences.

The Call for Participation

"Our industry is dynamic. Every year new research yields new techniques that enable greater creativity," said Alyn Rockwood, SIGGRAPH 2003 Conference Chair, from Colorado School of Mines. "Through our Call for Participation, the SIGGRAPH 2003 committee is seeking work from scientists, researchers, and educators that presents the latest technical advances as well as creative implementations of computer graphics technology in art, animation, gaming, interactivity, visualization, and Web applications."

The SIGGRAPH 2003 Call for Participation is looking for both first-time and veteran contributors in three areas: presentations, experiences, and services. The presentations are Courses, Educators Program, Papers, Sketches and Applications, and Web Graphics. The experiences are Art Gallery CG03: Computer Graphics 2003, Computer Animation Festival, and Emerging Technologies: Electronic Speedway. The call is also seeking volunteers and support for services, which are GraphicsNet, International Resources, Pathfinders, and Student Opportunities.

Detailed information on how to submit and the submission deadlines.

The Exhibition
Get up-close and hands-on with the newest hardware systems, software tools, and creative services from hundreds of companies. SIGGRAPH 2003 hosts the year's largest, most comprehensive exhibition of products and services for the computer graphics and interactive marketplace, featuring the industry's established leaders and emerging challengers 29 ­ 31 July.

Complete Information on the SIGGRAPH 2003 Conference and Exhibition

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