of SG04 will be published by Springer
within their Lecture
Computer Science series. Authors will find
instructions for the
preparation of their papers at Springer's Authors'
Feb. 09, 2004 is the
common submission deadline
submissions from computer graphics, HCI & AI researchers
and practitioners, cognitive scientists, graphic designers and other
related fields in the following categories:
Submission will be
in electronic form via email to email@example.com.
Please send your submission attached as a PDF file and state the
category (paper/poster/demo/interest) as well as the name
and email of the contact author.
These will be
of original research or design work within the scope of the
symposium. Full papers are limited to 10
pages in Springer
These will rather present tentative or
preliminary results of research or design work within the scope of the
symposium and with more emphasis on the interdisciplinary evaluation
of these ideas. Posters will also be included in the proceedings and
are limited to 4 pages in Springer LNCS
- System demonstrations:
These will be short
descriptions of research or design work that the authors intend to
show and discuss in a separate demo session at the symposium. A system
description of up to 2 pages in Springer LNCS
style will be included in the proceedings.
- Statements of
These will be short statements
describing why the author is planning to attend the symposium and what
he or she expects to discuss or learn there. They are meant as a help
to the organizers in order to improve the overall coherence and focus
of the symposium. If the number of registrations exceeds the available
space, authors of statements of interest will have preference.