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-- First Call for Papers --
Graphics Interface 2006

June 7-9, 2006
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

Graphics Interface 2006 will take place in Quebec City, Canada, June 
7-9. GI 2006 will be the 32nd Graphics Interface conference - the 
longest-running continuously scheduled conference in the field. This 
event consistently attracts high-quality papers on recent advances in 
interactive systems, human computer interaction, and graphics, from 
around the world. All paper submissions are fully peer reviewed by two 
members of the program committee and three external reviewers. Accepted 
papers will be archived in the ACM Digital Library.

Graphics Interface 2006 will have joint sessions for the graphics and 
HCI tracks. There will be separate but coordinated sub-committees for 
these two tracks. For papers where the topic makes it unclear which 
deadline applies, please contact the program chairs.

Topics of interest at GI include (but are not restricted to):
     * Shading and rendering
     * Geometric modeling and meshing
     * Graphics in simulation
     * Image-based rendering
     * Image synthesis and realism
     * Medical and scientific visualization
     * Computer animation
     * Real-time rendering
     * Non-photorealistic rendering
     * Interaction techniques
     * Computer-supported cooperative work
     * Human interface devices
     * Virtual reality
     * Augmented reality
     * Data and information visualization
     * Multimedia
     * Mobile computing
     * Haptic and tangible interfaces

GI 2006 will take place in conjunction with the Computer and Robot 
Vision 2006 (CRV) and Artificial Intelligence 2006 (AI) conferences. A 
single registration will permit attendees to attend any talk in the 
three conferences (GI, AI, CRV), which will be scheduled in parallel 
tracks. The conference will also include a banquet and a posters/demos 

Summary of Deadlines:
Graphics papers submission: Monday, November 21, 2005, 5PM PST
HCI papers submission: Monday, December 19, 2005, 5PM PST
Author notification: February 24, 2004
Final papers due: March 12, 2004
Posters and demos submission: March 26, 2004

Program Committee:
Patrick Baudisch, Microsoft Research
Bo Begole, Xerox PARC
Sheelagh Carpendale, University of Calgary
James Fogarty, Carnegie Mellon University
Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research
Scott Klemmer, Stanford University
David McDonald, University of Washington
Barry Po, University of British Columbia
Sriram Subramanian, University of Saskatchewan
Colin Ware, University of New Hampshire
Stefanus Du Toit, Serious Hack Inc.
Petros Faloutsos, UCLA
Chris Healey,  North Carolina State University
Craig Kaplan, University of Waterloo
Nathan Litke, DigitalFish Inc.
Ron Metoyer, Oregon State University
David Mould, University of Saskatchewan
Chris Shaw, Simon Fraser University
Karan Singh, University of Toronto
Ken Sloan, University of Alabama

Program Co-Chairs:
Stephen Mann, Graphics Co-Chair
School of Computer Science
University of Waterloo
200 University Ave W
Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G1
Tel: +1 519 888-4567
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Carl Gutwin, HCI Co-Chair
Department of Computer Science
University of Saskatchewan
110 Science Place
Saskatoon Saskatchewan S7N 5C9
Tel: +1 306 966-8646
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