Deadline: 26 July 2010
Call for Communications, Posters and Software Demonstrations and Participation
GraVisMa 2010 – Computer Graphics, Computer Vision and Mathematics
in cooperation with EUROGRAPHICS Association
GraVisMa workshops are a unique forum for researchers, practitioners, developers and academia experts to discuss new approaches and methods in Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, Scientific Computation, Scientific, Medical and Information Visualization with applications of the latest developments in Mathematics and Physics.
Goals of the GraVisMa workshops are to bring theory of the Projective Geometry, Clifford Algebra, Geometric Algebra, Grassmann Algebra and Conformal Geometry to practice especially in the fields related to Computer Graphics and Vision, Scientific Computation and Visualization.
GraVisMa workshops bring new impulses to related fields of computer science, especially in development of new approaches to algorithms and data structures, stimulate research activities between mathematicians and computer science experts. The informal atmosphere of the GraVisMa workshops stimulates discussions between researchers and practitioners, which will also lead to further international research collaborations and project proposals.
Tutorials Several tutorials on GA and computer graphics, applications of GA in information processing, and on CUDA (by NVIDIA experts) are in preparation.
- Alyn Rockwood (KAUST, Saudi Arabia)
- Gerik Scheuermann (Mathematical Visualization, University of Leipzig)
- Hongbo Li (Geometric Algebra Computing, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing)
- Communications – extended abstracts (2 pages A4): July 26, 2010
- Notification of acceptance/rejection of extended abstracts: August 16, 2010
- Posters and Software Demonstrations (2 pages A4): July 26, 2010
- Notification of poster acceptance/rejection: August 16, 2010
- Venue (Expected): Brno, Czech Republic: September 7-10, 2010
Main topics of workshops (but not limited to)
Computer Science fields
• Computer Graphics (modeling, rendering, 3D imaging)
• Computer Vision (3D reconstruction, image transformations)
• Algorithms and Data Structures
• Parallel & Distributed Computing with GPU/CUDA/TESLA/Fermi technology,
Intel Single Chip Cluster Computing technology
• Scientific, Medical & Information Visualization
• Scientific Computing
• Signal Processing processors
• 3D TV and HCI related issues,
• Numerical Computation
• Projective Geometry
• Clifford Algebra, Geometric Algebra
• Conformal Geometric Algebra
• Grassmann Algebra
• Other related Mathematical Aspects
–Mathematics to Computer Science
–Computer Science to Mathematics
• Educational Aspects
• Programming Tools and Systems
• Other related topics
Conference proceedings – papers will be anonymously reviewed. After revision, the accepted and presented papers will be published in GraVisMa proceedings with ISBN. They will be sent for indexing by ISI and others. Post-workshop DVD will be produced. Proceedings will be available on-line on WEB with no-access restrictions. Negotiations are under way with Springer to publish extended versions of selected papers in book form.
Vaclav Skala, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
Eckhard M.S. Hitzer, Fukui University, Japan
c/o University of West Bohemia, Faculty of Applied Sciences, Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Center of Computer Graphics and Visualization
Univerzitni 8, CZ 306 14 Plzen, Czech Republic
firstname.lastname@example.org Subj. GraVisMa http://Graphics.zcu.cz
Come and explore the Brno city, a very historical and cultural city.