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Submission Deadline:
23 January 2008

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Technical Papers

The Complete List of Accepted Technical Papers for SIGGRAPH 2008

The SIGGRAPH Technical Papers program is a premier international forum for disseminating new scholarly work in computer graphics and interactive techniques. We invite submission of high-quality papers that will set the standard in the field and stimulate future trends.

In addition to the core topics of modeling, animation, rendering, and imaging, we also encourage submissions from areas related to computer graphics: scientific visualization, information visualization, computer-aided design, human-computer interaction, computer vision, robotics, and applications such as film special effects and computer games. This list is not exhaustive. As always, excellence of the ideas is the predominant acceptance criterion.

Previously published work may not be submitted, nor may the same work be submitted to any other conference or journal during the SIGGRAPH 2008 papers review period. Any paper that has substantial overlap with a co-submitted or previously published paper will be rejected without review. More details about what constitutes a prior publication or a dual submission can be found in the Frequently Asked Questions. For papers from related areas such as those listed above, authors should consider how their work overlaps with computer graphics before deciding whether to submit.

For step-by-step instructions on how to submit a paper, see the Detailed Instructions and Checklist and Formats pages. You might also want to browse the list of Frequently Asked Questions, especially if this is the first time you are submitting to this conference. Finally, feel free to contact me or the members of the Papers Advisory Board anytime via the SIGGRAPH 2008 email contact form with your questions and concerns.

SIGGRAPH 2008 Technical Papers Chair

Greg Turk
Georgia Institute of Technology