Call for Papers
The 24th Conference
organised by the UK chapter of the Eurographics Association will be the fourth Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics 2006 Conference (TP.CG.06) and takes place at the University of Teesside
on the 20th to 22nd June 2006 with a paper deadline of March 14th 2006. All accepted papers will be published by Eurographics
(pending) and held on the Digital Library, and will be available
at the conference.
The aim of
this conference is to focus on theoretical and practical aspects
of Computer Graphics and to bring together top practicioners,
users and researchers, which will hopefully inspire further collaboration
between participants particularly between academia and industry.
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):
art and entertainment
architectures and acceleration hardware
and natural phenomena
- human computer
- image processing
graphics and collaborative environments
reality and virtual environments
- volume graphics
- web graphics
may be found on http://www.eguk.org.uk/TPCG06/index.html
Instructions to Authors
Two types of submissions
Refereed Papers. Full papers must be submitted, which will be refereed
by members of the Programme Committee and appointed sub-referees.
Accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings,
with a clear indication that they have passed through a full review
Work-in-Progress Papers. The Programme Committee also welcomes papers and
extended abstracts that describe work in progress, rather than completed
research. This is also an opportunity to present novel or controversial
ideas, which perhaps are yet to be fully worked through. In the
past, many young researchers benefited from such opportunities.
Each submission will be reviewed by a small panel in the Programme
Committee for its relevance to the field and suitability for conference
presentation. Accepted full papers in this category will also be
included the Conference Proceedings.
Prospective authors are
invited to email full papers of their work in PDF format by March 14, 2006. Please follow this link for instructions on how to submit.
Accepted papers will
be published in the conference proceedings.
Authors are encouraged
to submit colour images of diagrams and illustrations that are used
in their paper. These images will be collated and included in an
Young Researchers Forum
This is a special session
that was introduced in the 2000 conference, and it is designed for
the young researcher to present the work proposed for and carried
out within their research programme. We welcome submissions from
any postgraduate researcher for whom there is a research element
in their higher degree submission (viz. MA/MSc and PhD/DPhil students).
The format of submissions
is the same as Work-in-Progress papers, but special considerations
will be given to the nature of the postgraduate programme.
It is intended for this
forum to provide a less formal platform where innovative ideas can
easily be aired and discussed, and that the young researcher can
gain valuable feedback from more experienced practitioners in the
The Ken Brodlie Prize (worth £50 and a bottle of malt whisky) will be awarded to
the author(s) of the best paper on the basis of both the written
paper and its presentation.
The Terry Hewitt Prize will again be awarded to the best technical research student paper
on the basis of both the written paper and its presentation. All
papers submitted by Master students and Ph.D students will be eligible
for this prize.
The Rob Fletcher Prize will be awarded to the best student application paper on the basis
of both the written paper and its presentation. All papers submitted
by Master students and Ph.D students will be eligible for this prize.
March 14th 2006 - Submission
20-22nd June 2006 - Conference