Computer Graphics & Visual Computing (CGVC) 2015

Wednesday, 16th September - Thursday, 17th September, 2015

University College London, United Kingdom

Submission instructions

We welcome full papers, extended abstracts and industrial sketches to CGVC2015.

1. Formatting your paper

When formatting your initial submission use the preliminary 2015 LaTeX2e file. The file contains the document class, style files, sample LaTeX2e source, a corresponding PDF output file and the copyright assignment form for submissions accepted for publication.

Prepare your submission as a PDF file. You can also include material in other media such as applets and video. Note however that the camera-ready paper that is to appear in the proceedings must be PDF only. Please make sure that any images embedded in your paper do not contain transparent pixels (that is, an alpha channel of a transparent color) because this will lead to problems when the resulting PDF is displayed.

We ask you to follow the standard layout for EGUK publications. Please read the following information found in the LaTeX2e zip file: EGauthorGuidelines-CGVC2015-sub.pdf

2. Submit your paper for review

There are three submission streams:

Industrial sketches - a technical sketch of 1 page or an abstract of 250 words, demonstrating implementations and/or product development. Technical sketches will be presented at the conference site as large format posters during a dedicated poster session.

Extended abstracts - an abstract of up to 1000 words, plus figures and references. An extended abstract can describe work in progress, interim results, industrial work, or research presented more fully elsewhere. Extended abstracts will be refereed by a panel drawn from the EGUK programme committee. Authors of accepted abstracts will be expected to give a 15 minute presentation at the conference.

Full papers - a paper of 4 to 8 pages describing completed research. Papers will be refereed by members of the EGUK programme committee. Authors of accepted papers will be expected to give a 20 minute presentation at the conference.

For further information see the call for papers

Submit your paper via the EuroGraphics submission system.

3. If your paper is accepted

Authors of papers approved for publication should read the reviewers comments, update and correct their paper from the reviewers comments, and submit a final version (a camera ready copy) to the conference management tool.

Final papers must be formatted with an updated 2015 template: 2015 LaTeX2e template.

Make sure your paper is formatted using the correct (2015) template, which makes correct reference to this year's editors.

4. Copyright form

Authors of papers approved for publication will be required to complete and return this Eurographics copyright assignment form. Authors are requested to complete the form and to upload a scanned-in copy directly to the submission system.

5. Register for the conference

Don't forget to register for the conference.