The Eleventh Pacific Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications
Canmore, Alberta, Canada
Oct. 8-10, 2003
Call for Papers
Pacific Graphics 2003 will be held on October 8-10, 2003, in Canmore, Alberta, Canada -- located just outside the world renowned Banff and Jasper National Parks, and only an hour's drive from the dynamic city of Calgary, Alberta.
Pacific Graphics is an annual international conference on computer graphics and applications. The conference provides an excellent opportunity for researchers, developers, and practitioners to present and discuss problems, solutions, and technology in computer graphics. The conference proceedings are published by IEEE Computer Society Press. Selected papers of outstanding quality are expected to be published after the conference in the journal special issues of Graphics Models and Computer Graphics Forum.
The past PG conferences were held in Korea (1993, 1995, 1997, 1999), Beijing (1994, 2002), Taiwan (1996), and Singapore (1998), Hong Kong (2000), and Tokyo (2001).
PG 2003 solicits high quality papers presenting original research results in all areas of computer graphics. All papers will be reviewed by an international programme committee. The conference themes typically include
Complete submission instructions are available online here.
Papers should describe original research (i.e., not published elsewhere), and should not exceed 20 double-spaced pages (or 10 pages using the IEEE format below) and have a maximum of 2 color pages. Additional color pages will only be accepted if the authors agree to pay the extra cost for the pages exceeding 2 pages. IMPORTANT: ANY PAGE WITH A COLOR ITEM WILL BE COUNTED AS A COLOR PAGE. THIS INCLUDES GRAPHS USING COLOR, COLOR FONTS ETC. All accepted submissions will appear in proceedings (both electronic and hard-copy), which will be covered by the conference registration fee. The program committee will also recommend some of the best papers for publication in a journal.
Submissions should be made electronically, either in postscript or PDF format.
We recommend that you use the following LaTeX style files and example paper to format your submission. They have been compressed with zip, gzip, and bzip2 for your convenience.
|tar and gzip'ed||IEEE_CS_Latex.tar.gz|
|tar and bzip2'ed||IEEE_CS_Latex.tar.bz2|
|Go to PG 2003 Submission Page: Submit Paper|
|Submission of abstracts:||April 30, 2003|
|Full paper submission:||May 5, 2003|
|Notification of acceptance:||July 12, 2003|
|Camera-ready copy due:||July 30, 2003|
|Three days of conference:||Oct. 8-10, 2003|
Additional pages: the cost of additional manuscript pages submitted to IEEE press beyond the 10 page limit for regular papers and the 5 page limit for poster papers is
Poster papers have a page limit of 5 pages. A maximum of one of these pages can be a color page.
|1||Author e-mail address list due to CS Press||12 July 2003|
|2||IEEE CS Press e-mails author kits||13 July 2003|
|3||Preliminary preface/program/table of contents due to production
editor in electronic format (plain text via e-mail greatly preferred)
|15 July 2003|
|4||Cover art due from chair (if applicable)||15 July 2003|
|5||Papers due to CS Press in Postscript or PDF format
(Please see IEEE Electronic File Specifications)
$10.00 per page scanning charge for all papers received in hardcopy.
|30 July 2003|
|6||Final chair approval of text/cover art||8 August 2003|
|7||IEEE CS Press editor sends book to press||22 August 2003|
|8||Books ship to conference||19 September 2003|
|9||Conference receives books||2 October 2003|
IEEE Electronic File Specifications
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creating PDF documents. Files submitted
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