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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics (TPCG) 2008

CFP: The UK Chapter of the Eurographics Association (EGUK) presents:-

Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics 2008
University of Manchester, UK , 9-11th June 2008


** Paper deadline March 10th 2008 **

The 26th Conference organised by the UK chapter of the Eurographics
Association will be the sixth Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics
2008 Conference (TP.CG.08). All accepted papers will be published by
Eurographics and held on the Digital Library, and will be available at
the conference.

Call for Papers


This conference focuses on theoretical and practical aspects of
Computer Graphics and brings together top practitioners, users and
researchers, thereby inspiring further collaboration between
participants, particularly between academia and industry.

The Programme Committee is seeking refereed papers and
work-in-progress reports in all aspects of computer graphics and its
applications. The topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

  computer animation, computer-based art and entertainment,
  computation geometry, display technologies, fundamental
  algorithms, graphics application systems, graphics
  architectures and acceleration hardware, fractal and
  natural phenomena, human computer interaction, image
  processing, Internet graphics and collaborative
  environments, medical imaging, modelling methods,
  rendering techniques, texture synthesis, scientific
  visualization, information visualization, virtual
  reality and virtual environments, volume graphics,
  web graphics.

Further details and submission categories may be found on