-=- CALL FOR PAPERS -=-
- THE 15TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER ANIMATION -
COMPUTER ANIMATION 2002
JUNE 19-21, 2002
The COMPUTER GRAPHICS SOCIETY (CGS) is pleased to announce that the
COMPUTER ANIMATION 2002 Conference will be held in Geneva, Switzerland.
This 15th annual conference on Computer Animation will be organized by
MIRALab at University of Geneva with the support of IFIP WG5.10
Graphics and Virtual Worlds).
The topics of interest in Computer Animation 2002
include but are not limited to:
. Motion control . Animation for scientific
. Keyframe technique visualization
. Artificial life . Animation in engineering
. Motion capture . Motion blur and temp*
. Path planning antialising
. Behavi*animation . A.I. - based animation
. Physics-based animation . Robotics and animation
. Virtual humans and avatars . Virtual reality
. Image rendering in animation . Autonomous characters and actors
. Animation languages and systems . Sound and speech synchronization
. Vision techniques in animation . Virtual Cultural Heritage
. VCE (Virtual Collaborative . Medical 3D simulation
Environments) . Augmented Reality
. Real-time simulation, animation
15 December 2001 : Paper Submission Deadline
10 February 2002 : Notification of Acceptance
28 February 2002 : Camera Ready Papers Due
19 June 2002 : Start of Computer Animation 2001
University of Geneva
Rutgers University, USA
University of Pennsylvania, USA
University of Geneva
The Ohio State University, USA
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURES
Submissions should be made electronically, in PDF format only (no
paper copy will be accepted).
An electronic version should be submitted by December 15, 2002 to
our submission page:
Papers must be prepared without the use of special fonts
No color figures will be printed.
- Authors will be notified by February 10, 2002.
- Camera-ready papers are due by February 28, 2002.
All papers will be reviewed carefully by the International Program
Committee members and External Reviewers Group.
All accepted papers will appear in a proceedings book published
by IEEE Computer Society Press.
Original unpublished papers of up to 12 pages (single-spaced, 12 points,
including figures, tables and references) are invited.
Manuscripts must be written in English.
The first part of the paper should include a title, an abstract,
keywords, and author's information (name, title, affiliation, address,
phone and fax numbers, e-mail address). Any animation sequences should
be made available as a URL in your paper.
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CA 2002 secretariat