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SIGGRAPH 2009 Announces Call for Submissions

ACM SIGGRAPH announces the 2009 Call for Submissions for contributors and volunteers at the 36th International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, August 3-7, 2009 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Showcasing works by some of the most creative artists, entrepreneurs, researchers, and technologists across the globe, SIGGRAPH is the premier forum for computer graphics and interactive techniques in the world. New for the 2009 conference, SIGGRAPH will expand its scope to include focuses on the fields of music and gaming.

For focused ideas on how individuals can contribute to SIGGRAPH 2009, see the Calls for Submission for:

-- Animation & Effects Production-- Art-- Education-- Games-- Information Aesthetics-- Music & Audio-- Research-- Students

Submissions will be reviewed by a highly-qualified jury composed of top practitioners in each relevant field. Curated work will also be presented. Due to the comprehensive decision making process involved with each program's jury, submission deadlines are several months ahead of the conference itself.

Submission Deadlines are as follows:

Art Papers -- Thursday, January 8, 2009Technical Papers -- Tuesday, January 20, 2009Student Volunteer Team Leader Applications -- Monday, February 9, 2009General Submissions: BioLogic Art, Courses, Game Papers, Information Aesthetics Showcase, Emerging Technologies, Panels, Posters, Talks -- Wednesday, February 18, 2009Student Volunteer Applications -- Monday, February 23, 2009Computer Animation Festival: Competition Films, Real-Time Rendering -- Wednesday, March 4, 2009Late-Breaking Work: FJORG!, Late-Breaking Posters, Late-Breaking Talks

All deadlines are 22:00 UTC/GMT

For more information and complete details on this year's submission process, visit the SIGGRAPH 2009 Call for Submissions page.

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