Information for authorsAll deadlines are according to the Anywhere on Earth calendar designation.
Monday, May 18thWednesday, May 20th: Mandatory abstract submission Wednesday, May 20thMonday, May 25th: Paper submission deadline
- Friday, June 26th: Decisions announced
- Friday, July 10th: Final papers due
- July 10th: Poster submission
- July 24th: Decision to authors
- July 31ar: Camera ready version of 1-page abstract due
Paper presentation information
If you are presenting a long paper (more than 4 pages), you have about 20 minutes for your presentation and an additional 5 minutes for questions. If you are presenting a short paper, you have about 15 minutes for your presentation and an additional 5 minutes for questions. The exact times will be confirmed once the final schedule is finalized.
Poster presentation information
Poster abstracts will be published in the ACM digital library as a part of SAP Conference Proceedings and will be presented during the conference.
At the conference, we will provide poster boards which are 105 cm wide and 150 cm high. The recommended poster size is DIN A0 (841 mm x 1189 mm). The poster boards will be in landscape format.
Oculus DK2 headsets will be awarded to student authors for the best paper, best talk, and best poster.
Papers: Submissions and reviewing is now open. Submit your abstracts and paper through the ConfMaster system. Authors are more than encouraged, but not required, to include a supplemental movie that is five minutes or less in length. We strongly recommend QuickTime MPEG-4 or DivX Version 6 formats. Supplemental movies can be uploaded via the confmaster system after uploading the paper via the list of author's papers (Author > View own papers > MutipleDisc icon to upload the video).
Posters: To submit a 1-page poster abstract, please go to the ConfMaster system and register as a new paper of the type "Poster abstract" for the track "Poster track". Submit the abstract as a PDF file using the same template as for a paper submission.
All submissions should follow the general SIGGRAPH formatting guidelines. Long papers can be up to 8 pages, short papers can be up to 4 pages. Posters are 1 page long. Diagrams and images should be represented in color where appropriate.