SYMPOSIUM ON APPLIED PERCEPTION IN GRAPHICS AND VISUALIZATION (APGV) September 30 - October 2 2009 Chania, Crete, Greece
31 July 2009 Tutorial/Panel proposal
7 August 2009 Notification of proposal acceptance
11 September 2009 Final tutorial/panel material due
The Symposium for Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization (APGV) unites researchers in the fields of perception, graphics, and visualization. Since cross-disciplinary work can be greatly facilitated by acquiring specific expertise and knowledge in the fields involved, we are happy this year to welcome proposals for short, targeted tutorials or panels.
The tutorial or panel can be at any level from beginner to advanced, should be 1.5 hours long (each), and should address topics that advance the goals of our community:
Goal 1. Use insights from perception to advance the design of methods for visual, auditory and haptic representation.
Goal 2. Advance and facilitate novel basic perception and cognition research that uses and is relevant to applications in computer graphics and visualization.
Panels should consist of 3-5 speakers and should address research challenges in the field. Short talks by panelists are encouraged followed by discussion. Note that panels should encourage audience interaction and debate.
Tutorials should be relatively broad and not focus on a single line of research. Tutorials should cover reasonably well established information
Proposals should be at most 1 page long and should follow the paper formatting guidelines. Each proposal should include the following:
Accepted tutorials and panels can be accompanied by a STAR report or a collection of notes for inclusion in the conference proceedings DVD and the ACM DL. Each accepted tutorial/panel will be awarded one free conference registration.
****Email submissions directly to the Tutorial Chair: (douglas.cunningham[at]tuebingen.mpg.de)****
Carol O'Sullivan, Trinity College Dublin
Bobby Bodenheimer, Vanderbilt University
Katerina Mania, Technical University of Crete
Bernhard Riecke, Simon Fraser University
Douglas W. Cunningham, MPI for Biological Cybernetics
September 30 - October 2