GraVisMa 2017 at WSCG 2017, May 29 – June 2, 2017, Plzen, Czech Republic

Computer Graphics, Computer Vision and Computational Mathematics

GraVisMa 2017


is to be held as a part of the WSCG 2017
25th WSCG on Computer Graphics, Visualization and Computer Vision 2017

to be held in Plzen [Pilsen], the European Capital of Culture 2015, Czech Republic

The City, where the best BEER was born (that is why beers are called “Pilsener” worldwide)
close to Praha [Prague], the Golden European City of the Europe
May 29 – June 2, 2017
Primavera Hotel & Congress Center, Plzen, Czech Republic (

Conference Chair
Vaclav Skala, University of West Bohemia, Plzen, Czech Republic

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GraVisMa conferences mission

  • GraVisMa events are a unique forum of researchers, practitioners, developers and academia experts to discuss new approaches and methods in Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, Scientific Computation, Medical, Scientific and Information Visualization (and relevant fields) with application of the latest developments in Mathematics and Physics and vice versa.
  • Goals of the GraVisMa are to bring Projective Geometry, Geometric Algebra and Conformal Geometry to practice, especially in the fields related to Computer Graphics and Vision, Scientific Computation and Visualization.
  • GraVisMa brings new impulses to related fields of computer science, especially in development of new approaches and algorithms and will stimulate research activities between mathematicians and computer science experts.

Informal atmosphere of the GraVisMa stimulates scientific discussions between researchers and practitioners, which will lead to further research international collaborations and project proposals as well.

Useful link to resources:

Important Dates: 

Workshop or special session proposal December 20, 2016
January 20, 2017 (EXTENDED)
via e-mail to
Paper submission  (formatted full text) February 20, 2017 21:00 GMT(London, U.K.)
Acceptance decision April 20, 2017
Final version April 30, 2017 – NO EXTENSION !!
Venue (expected) May 29 – June 2, 2017


GraVisMa submissions are expected in all areas related to Computer Graphics, Visualization, Computer Vision and Mathematics related to (but not limited to) Projective Geometry, Geometrical Algebra, Conformal Geometry and its applications to “Computer Science fields:, but not limited to.

Main topics (but not limited to)

Computer Science
  • Computer Graphics (modelling, rendering, 3D imaging, rendering etc.)
  • Computer Vision (3D reconstruction,
    non-linear image transformations etc.)
  • Algorithms and Data Structures
  • Human Computer Interaction,
  • 3D Vision, 3DTV …
  • Scientific and Medical Visualization
  • Image Processing
  • Scientific Computing
  • Parallel and Distributed Computing
  • Applications
Mathematical fields
  • Numerical Computation
  • Geometry
  • Interpolation and Approximation
  • Meshless (meshfree) methods
  • Projective Geometry
  • Geometric Algebra
  • Conformal Algebra
  • Grassmann & Clifford Algebra
  • Other Mathematical Aspects
  • Influence Mathematics to Computer Science
    (related fields)
Interesting applications
  • Computer Science inspiration to Mathematics
  • Educational Aspects
  • Other related topics
  • Programming Tools and Systems
  • History of Mathematics and Computer Science

Technology issues

  • GPU/CUDA/TESLA Computing
  • Intel/AMD technologies
  • Signal Processing processors


Drafts of all papers presented papers will be available on-line at the GraVisMa site with no access restriction.
Final papers will be published in proceedings after the conference.

Accepted and presented full & communication papers and posters will be published in proceedings as a part of the Computer Science Research Notes series [ISSN 2464-4617] in an electronic form after the conference.

Printed version will be made for indexing purposes only.

The best selected papers will be published in the regular Journal of WSCG, ISSN 1213-6972
(see => Digital Repository).

Journal of WSCG [ISSN 1213-6972 (hardcopy), ISSN 1213-6964 (CD version), ISSN 1213-6980 (on-line)] and Computer Science Research Notes [ISSN 2464-4617] will be sent for indexing to Tompson Reuters/WoS-ISI, SCOPUS, INSPEC and others for citation indexing and other purposes.

Workshops and Special sessions

Meshless Methods in Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics

Organizer: Prof. Vaclav Skala,, Head of the Center of Computer Graphics and Visualization,, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of West Bohemia, Plzen [Pilsen], Czech Republic

E-mail: Submission to: subject: GraVisMa 2016

Standard computational methods across many application fields require tessellation in 2D or 3D using triangular or tetrahedral meshes. Tessellation itself is computationally expensive especially in higher dimensions and result of computation is again discrete and physical phenomena are not smoothly interpolated. Meshless methods are scalable for higher dimensions and offer smooth final representation. Meshless methods lead to a solution of system of linear equations, in general. The applicability of meshless methods can be found in several areas.
The workshop is intended to exploration of theoretical foundations and applicability of meshless methods,

Main topics (but not limited to):

  • Meshless methods in computer graphics, vizualization and computer vision
  • Meshless methods in engineering problems
  • Meshless methods – theory and practice
  • Meshless interpolation and approximation of large data sets
  • Radial Basis Functions (RBF) in computer graphics, visualization, image processing and computer vision
  • Meshless methods and projective space

Source:, accessed: 09 Feb. 2017


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