ACM SIGGRAPH announced that SIGGRAPH 2007, the 34th International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, to be held Aug. 5-9 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California, is inviting contributors or volunteers for SIGGRAPH 2007 programs.
"SIGGRAPH 2007 Face Tomorrow will explore the products, systems, techniques, ideas, and inspiration that are creating the next generations of computer graphics and interactive techniques," says Joe Marks, SIGGRAPH 2007 Conference chair from Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories. "We encourage every artist, researcher, scientist, engineer, animator or technology professional to help impact the face of tomorrow by participating in this world-class event. Regardless of your level of experience, everyone will have the opportunity to participate in the many venues of SIGGRAPH 2007."
A SIGGRAPH conference and exhibition is comprised of hundreds of volunteers, presenters, and contributors across two main platforms outlined below:
SIGGRAPH 2007 - Face TomorrowPresentations/Contributors* Art Gallery* Awards* Computer Animation Festival* Courses* Educators Program* Emerging Technologies* Guerilla Studio* Panels* Papers* Research Posters* Sketches* Special Sessions* New in 2007: IP Marketplace
Volunteers* GraphicsNet* International Resources* Student Opportunities* Apprentice Programs
Participant benefits, if submitted work or volunteer service is accepted, include:
* Participation in the world's premier conference and exhibition on computer graphics and interactive techniques.* Direct interaction and collaboration with dynamic industry leaders.* Inspiration and insights into a world where technology, art and science converge.* Invaluable training and networking opportunities.
For specific details, requirements and approaching deadlines for participation visit www.siggraph.org/s2007.
The annual SIGGRAPH conference and exhibition is sponsored by ACM SIGGRAPH, the leading professional society for computer graphics and interactive techniques.
The Assoc. for Computing Machinery (ACM) is a major force in advancing the skills of information technology professionals and students. ACM serves its global membership of 75,000 by delivering cutting-edge technical information and transferring ideas from theory to practice. ACM hosts the computing industry's leading portal to computer literature. With its journals and magazines, special interest groups, conferences, workshops and electronic forums, ACM is a primary resource to the information technology field.