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Ravin Balakrishnan <[log in to unmask]>
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Graphics Interface 2004

Starting this year, accepted papers will be made available through the
ACM Digital Library, in addition to the usual printed proceedings.

May 17-19, 2004
London, Ontario, Canada

Graphics Interface 2004 will take place in London, Ontario, May 17-19,
2004, in conjunction with the Vision Interface 2004 (VI) and Artificial
Intelligence 2004 (AI) conferences.

Continuing the expansion in format started in 2003, Graphics Interface
in 2004 will have even more Interface and just as much Graphics. It will
have joint sessions to accommodate the expansion, and there will be
separate but coordinated sub-committees for the HCI and Graphics tracks.
GI2004 will be the 30th Graphics Interface conference and it is the
oldest 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 peer-reviewed as
full-papers, in a double-blind refereeing process. A single registration
will permit attendees to attend any talk in the three conferences, which
will be scheduled in parallel tracks. The conference will also include a
banquet, and a posters/demos session.

Summary of Deadlines:
Paper Submission: December 8, 2003 (submission site now open:
Author Notification: February 27, 2004
Final Papers Due: March 12, 2004
Poster Submission:       March 26, 2004

Keynote Speakers:
Gregory Abowd, Georgia Tech
Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research
Dinesh Manocha, UNC Chapel Hill
Harry Shum, Microsoft Research

HCI Program Committee:
Anind Dey, Intel and UC Berkeley
Jean-Daniel Fekete, INRIA
Carl Gutwin, University of Saskatchewan
Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research
Kori Inkpen, Dalhousie University
Robert Jacob, Tufts University
Scott MacKenzie, York University
Joanna McGrenere, University of British Columbia
Jeff Pierce, Carnegie Mellon University
Chia Shen, Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs
Roel Vertegaal, Queens University

Graphics Program Committee:
George Drettakis, INRIA Sophia-Antipolis
Xavier Granier, The University of British Columbia
Aaron Hertzman, University of Toronto
Allison Klein, McGill University
Leif Kobbelt, Technical University of Aachen
Torsten Moeller, Simon Fraser University
Tamara Munzner, The University of British Columbia
Dinesh Pai, Rutgers University
Pierre Poulin, Universite de Montreal
Holly Rushmeier, IBM Watson
Karan Singh, University of Toronto
Peter-Pike Sloan, Microsoft Research
Marc Stamminger, University of Erlangen
Oleg Veryovka, Electronic Arts Canada

Program Co-Chairs:
Ravin Balakrishnan, HCI Co-Chair
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Department of Computer Science
University of Toronto
10 King's College Road
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5S 3G4
Tel: +1 416 978-5359

Wolfgang Heidrich, Graphics Co-Chair
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Department of computer Science
University of British Columbia
2366 Main Mall
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6T 1Z4
Tel: +1 604 822-4326,

Sponsored by the Canadian Human-Computer Communications Society