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Dear CHI community,

Now that you have recovered from the CHI 2000 submission deadline,
I'd like to draw your attention to the Graphics Interface 2000 call
for papers which is included below.  Graphics Interface 2000 will
be held in Montreal May 15-17, 2000.  If you ran out of time to get
your paper in great shape for CHI 2000 then take note that the submission
deadline this year for Graphics Interface 2000 is ** Nov. 19, 1999 **.
GI 2000 is expected to be an exciting year for CHI papers so please
consider
submitting your excellent research results to this highly regarded
conference.

We look forward to hearing from you.  Thank-you.

Sidney Fels & Pierre Poulin
GI 2000 co-chairs.

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                            GRAPHICS INTERFACE 2000
                               Palais des Congres
                            Montreal, Quebec, Canada
                                 15-17 May 2000

Call for Papers

GI 2000 is a unique event that presents the latest results in computer
graphics and human-computer interaction.  It offers three days of Invited
Speakers, Posters, and Submitted Papers.  A Banquet and Electronic Theatre
provide additional opportunities to meet speakers and other attendees for
informal discussion in a social setting.  This conference is sponsored by
Canadian Human-Computer Communications Society.

This year will be the 26th annual Graphics Interface. It is the oldest
regularly scheduled computer graphics and human-computer interface
conference
in the world. Graphics Interface has established a reputation for a
high-quality technical program, and the excellence of its invited speakers.
Full details are on the GI 2000 web site (http://www.dgp.toronto.edu/gi)

GI 2000 will be held at the Palais des Congres, Montreal, Quebec, Canada,
in conjunction with four other conferences: AI 2000 (Artificial
Intelligence),
VI 2000 (Vision Interface), 10th annual PRECARN-IRIS (Institute for
Robotics
and Intelligent Systems), and ISR 2000 (31st International Symposium on
Robotics). This special joint event offers a unique opportunity to broaden
dissemination of the scientific results and to foster the exchange of
expertise across adjacent research fields. To promote these exchanges, all
attendees will have access to the presentations of these parallel
conferences,
as well as to the following exhibitions: Robotics of Tomorrow Exhibition,
the Montreal Fabricating and Machine Tool Show, and the National Factory
Automation Show.

Montreal is a lively Canadian city located on an island in the St. Lawrence
River. It is well connected by all major international airlines. Its four
universities, several research institutes, world class technologies
industry,
theatres, and museums have contributed to its international reputation as a
dynamic business, scientific, and cultural center. With a population
representing 80 ethnic groups, Montreal is known for its "joie de vivre"!


Conference and Program Chairs
Sidney Fels, University of British Columbia
Pierre Poulin, Universite de Montreal

Posters Chair
Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, York University

Videos Chair
Pierre Poulin, Universite de Montreal

Program Committee
Kadi Bouatouch, IRISA, Rennes
Fredo Durand, MIT
Deborah Fels, Ryerson Polytechnic University
Mark Green, University of Alberta
Carl Gutwin, University of Saskatchewan
Christopher G. Healey, North Carolina State University
Kori Inkpen, Simon Fraser University
Paul Lalonde, Electronic Arts
Michael McCool, University of Waterloo
Chris Shaw, University of Regina
Mikio Shinya, NTT, Japan
James Stewart, University of Toronto
Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, York University
Ben Watson, University of Alberta
Shuman Zhai, IBM Almaden Research Center

Invited Speakers
Hiroshi Ishii, MIT Media Lab
Demitri Terzopolous, University of Toronto
Third invited speaker to be confirmed.

Important Dates
Papers due:              19 November 1999
Decision for Papers:      1 February 2000
Posters due:              7 March 2000
Videos due:               7 March 2000
Camera-ready papers due:  3 April 2000
Decision for Posters:    10 April 2000
Decision for Videos:     10 April 2000




Submissions

Contributions are solicited describing unpublished research results and
applications experience in all areas of computer graphics and
human-computer
interaction, specifically including the following:

- Image synthesis & realism             - User interfaces & modeling
- Image-based rendering techniques      - Shading & rendering algorithms
- Windowing systems                     - Hardware techniques
- Geometric modeling & meshing          - Computer cartography
- Computer supported cooperative work   - Computer animation
- Image processing                      - Interaction techniques
- Medical graphics                      - Graphics for CAD/CAM
- Graphics in education                 - Computer-aided building design
- Graphics & the arts                   - Industrial & robotics
applications
- Visualization                         - Graphics in business
- Graphics in simulation                - Mobile computing
- Haptic interfaces                     - Human interface devices

Papers (20 double-spaced pages or fewer) must be received by 19 November
1999.
The submissions this year will be entirely electronic, please visit the
Graphics
Interface web site for the description of the submission process. In
exceptional
cases, traditional submissions will be accepted by first contacting one of
the
conference co-chairs. Refereeing will be double blind. Only the title,
without
any indication of authorship or author location, should appear on the
manuscript
body. A separate file (sheet) should contain the manuscript title,
abstract, and
the full names, postal addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers, and email
addresses for all authors.  One author should be designated the contact
author
for subsequent correspondence regarding the paper.  Accepted papers will be
published in the Proceedings of Graphics Interface 2000.

Notification of acceptance or rejection will be mailed to the contact
author by
1 February 2000. Camera ready copy of accepted papers is due 3 April 2000.
Each
paper will be allotted up to eight (8) pages in the proceedings. Extra
charges
will be made for papers exceeding the limit and for coloured photos. The GI
2000
proceedings will be available to SIGGRAPH Plus members.  Exceptionally good
papers will be considered for publication in journals.  Arrangements exist
for
the best graphics papers to be considered by Computer Graphics Forum and
for the
best human-computer interface papers to be considered by Behaviour &
Information
Technology.

Conference Co-Chair addresses:

Sidney Fels
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The University of British Columbia
Vancouver, B.C., Canada V6T 1Z4
Phone: +1 604-822-5338
Fax:     +1 604-822-5949
Email:  [log in to unmask]

Pierre Poulin
Dep. I.R.O.
Universite de Montreal
C.P. 6128, succ. Centre-ville
Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3C 3J7
Phone: +1 514-343-6780
Fax:     +1 514-343-5834
Email:  [log in to unmask]

For the latest information on the Call for Papers, the submission process,
and the 2000 conference, visit the Graphics Interface web site at :

           http://www.dgp.toronto.edu/gi


Important Dates

Papers due:              19 November 1999
Decision for Papers:      1 February 2000
Posters due:              7 March 2000
Videos due:               7 March 2000
Camera-ready papers due:  3 April 2000
Decision for Posters:    10 April 2000
Decision for Videos:     10 April 2000

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