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I hope that the following event will be of interest to members of your list,
although the title sounds like a graphics event we're very interested in
attracting contributions from people with a HCI view of the problems
involved...

Cheers

-- Patrick

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            SG03: 3rd International Symposium on SMART GRAPHICS

                     http://www.smartgraphics.org

                           July 02-04 2003

                European Media Lab http://www.eml.org
          Klaus Tschira Foundation http://www.kts.villa-bosch.de
                         Heidelberg - Germany

In cooperation with: Eurographics

Invited Speakers:

Tom Funkhouser (Princeton University, USA)
Wolfgang Wahlster (Saarland University, Germany)

Advances and breakthroughs in computer graphics have made visual media
the basis of the modern user interface,  and it is clear that graphics
will  play a dominant  role in the way people communicate and interact
with computers  in  the future.  Indeed, as computers  become more and
more pervasive, and display sizes both increase and decrease,  new and
challenging  problems  arise for the  effective use and  generation of
computer graphics.

Recent  advances  in computer graphics  have allowed AI researchers to
integrate graphics in  their systems,  and on the other hand,  many AI
techniques  have  matured to the point of being  easily  used  by  non
specialists.  These  very techniques  are likely to  be the vehicle by
which both principles from graphic design, and the results of research
into cognitive aspects of visual representations will be integrated in
next generation graphical interfaces.

SMART GRAPHICS addresses the specification, design, implementation and
evaluation  of intelligent and adaptive graphics that will provide the
technical core of the  next generation of interfaces.  The realisation
of SMART GRAPHICS depends upon a  range of currently disparate  fields
of enterprise including  HCI, AI, cognitive science, computer graphics
and graphic  design.  The SMART GRAPHICS symposiums aim  to  close the
gaps between these disciplines.

SG03 welcomes submissions from computer graphics, HCI & AI researchers
and practitioners, cognitive scientists, and graphic designers.

For a full  description of the  scope of the Symposium, and details of
previous events see the website:

http://www.smartgraphics.org


Submission Categories:

Full papers
Posters
Demonstrations


Important Dates:

April 07, 2003 Submission deadline
April 21, 2003 Notification of review results
April 28, 2003 camera ready copy due
July 2-4, 2003 SMART GRAPHICS Symposium

Organisers:

Andreas Butz (Saarland University)
Antonio Krueger (Saarland University)
Rainer Malaka (European Media Lab)
Patrick Olivier (Lexicle)
Robert Porzel (European Media Lab)
Michelle Zhou (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center)


Committee:

Maneesh Agrawalla (Microsoft Research)
Elisabeth Andre (University of Augsburg)
Steve Feiner (Columbia University)
Brian Fisher (University of British Columbia)
Knut Hartmann (University of Magdeburg)
Eric Languenou (Université de Nantes)
Blair MacIntyre (Georgia Tech)
Beth Mynatt (Georgia Tech)
Thomas Rist (DFKI Saarbrücken)
Oliviero Stock (ITC-irst Trento)
Brad Paley (Digital Image Design)
Bernhard Preim (University of Magdeburg)
Takeo Igarashi (University of Tokyo)

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