(Apology for multiple postings!)

We are soliciting high-quality tutorials for the upcoming IEEE VR  
2007 (http://conferences.computer.org/vr/index.html). The deadline is  
September 10, 2006 (the coming Sunday.)

IEEE VR 2007 Call for participation: Tutorials
March 10-11
Charlotte, North Carolina
Learning and sharing knowledge are at the heart of our success.  
Interested parties are invited to submit proposals for full-day or  
half-day tutorials to be presented on March 10 or 11. Proposed  
tutorials may address topics of interest to the VR, mixed or  
augmented reality, or 3D user interface communities, and may be at an  
introductory or advanced level.

Proposals for tutorials should be submitted electronically and should  
include a title for the tutorial, proposed length, a brief  
description of the topics to be addressed (roughly 250 words), the  
level and intended audience, and the names, contact information and a  
short biography (roughly 100 words each) for the proposed  
instructors. Proposals are welcome on topics that have been  
previously addressed; new approaches or insights are especially  
valued. Submissions should include a statement saying how proposals  
differ from recent topics that were similar.

Proposals are due by September 10, 2006.

For more information or to submit a proposal contact the Tutorials  

Mark Livingston, Naval Research Lab
Jian Chen, Virginia Tech
Zhigeng Pan, Zhejiang University

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          Best regards,

          --Jian Chen ([log in to unmask])
          Ph.D. candidate
          Department of Computer Science
          Center for HCI, Virginia Tech

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