We would like to ask the authors to kindly adhere to the given guidelines. They help us prepare the proceedings and the whole conference for you. Feel free to contact us if you need more information.
We welcome scientific papers presenting mainly accomplished research results. Papers are limited to 8 pages, including figures and tables, in the Elsevier article style. SCCG uses double blind review process – please anonymize your submissions.
For convenience, please use this template together with the elsarticle class. Please do not submit any source files for your original manuscript. At this stage only a PDF of your manuscript, containing all figures, tables etc. should be provided. For more information, use guide for authors of Elsevier Computers & Graphics.
All SCCG 2017 submissions will be handled electronically via the Precision Conference Solutions system. The submission deadline is 23:59 UTC, March 1, 2017(extended deadline). The system is now open for full paper submissions.
Papers exhibiting high quality, as judged by the IPC, will be published in a special section of this internationally highly recognized journal. The remaining accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings and later published in ACM Digital Library.
Poster submissions are also welcome and will be included in the second part of the Proceedings. Posters contain implementation information or work-in-progress and have 2 pages at minimum (optimal 4 pages, maximum 8 pages) besides the poster itself (or demonstration) that will be exposed at the conference (use the full-paper template). Poster submissions will be published in “Conference Materials and Posters of Spring Conference on Computer Graphics SCCG 2017” with its own ISSN.
Posters shall be submitted to the Precision Conference Solutions system. The submission deadline for posters is April 26, 2017 (extended deadline).
The posters (of size up to A1) will be displayed at the conference venue. The authors of reviewed posters should also present their contributions briefly during the Poster Session (up to 5 minutes each). The authors of accepted posters should bring their poster printed out.
The official conference language is English. The estimated time for one presentation is 25 minutes, including discussion.