The Eurographics 2017 Tutorials Committee invites you to propose tutorials teaching the technical background of a given subject, or demonstrating its potential creative applications. Tutorials are intended to show what can be done, but even more importantly, how this is done and what kind of tools can be used to do it. In a proposal for a tutorial you should consider that tutorial attendees come from diverse backgrounds, ranging from research and development to education and application.
We are soliciting half-day and full-day tutorial proposals at the beginning, intermediate, or advanced level in all areas pertinent to Computer Graphics. Half-day tutorials are about three hours, plus a coffee break in the middle. Full-day tutorials are twice that long, plus two coffee breaks and a longer lunch break. Full-day tutorials should be motivated by sufficient scientific material. Tutorial proposals are about 4-5 pages in length, clearly indicating the audience that is addressed as well as the syllabus of instruction. They will be reviewed by the tutorial chairs, supported by external reviewers. The final selection will be based on quality of the submission, qualification of the presenters, relevance to the conference topics, and balance of topics.
Each accepted half day tutorial will be granted a free conference registration for one speaker, while each full-day tutorial will be granted a maximum of two free conference registrations.
For any question concerning tutorial submissions please contact the tutorial co-chairs: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tutorial proposals (in PDF) should be submitted via email to the tutorial co-chairs. The full proposal (4-5 pages) should be submitted by Friday, October 28th 2016. The acceptance notification date is Friday, December 2nd, 2016. The full proposal should contain the following information:
- email address(es)
- Title of Tutorial
- Half or full day tutorial (either 2×90 minutes or 4×90 minutes)
- A detailed outline of the tutorial.
- A statement on the necessary background and potential target audience for the tutorial.
- A brief resume of the presenter(s) indicating their background in the area the tutorial addresses.
If a (similar) tutorial was previously held, indicate the location (i.e., which conference), date, and the number of attendees. Please provide information highlighting changes, improvements and/or why the tutorial should be held again in this form.
Sample course notes, although not required in the submission, are highly encouraged to accompany the tutorial proposals. Notes may include original text, formatted according to the Eurographics publication guidelines, reprints of earlier papers (subject to copyright approval), slides and any other material the authors consider useful. All course notes of accepted tutorials will be distributed to conference participants online and on USB-Sticks. The acceptance of tutorial proposals is contingent upon the final submission of complete course notes.
For any question concerning tutorials submissions please contact the tutorial program co-chairs: email@example.com
Adrien Bousseau (firstname.lastname@example.org), Inria, France
Diego Gutierrez (email@example.com), Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain