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Eurographics 2007 seeks papers and panel proposals from participants who will share their ideas on developments in Computer Graphics education. This follows the good tradition begun at the Eurographics annual conference in Granada in 2003.

We invite people to submit papers in two major areas:
  • the teaching of Computer Graphics using advanced technologies,
  • the use of Computer Graphics to teach other disciplines.

Submitted papers of up to 8 pages should be formatted according to the EG publication guidelines. Anonymous submissions will be made electronically through the Eurographics online submission system. Accepted papers will be published in an Education Papers Proceedings, and at least one author must attend to present at an oral session in the conference. After the conference, the two best education papers will be selected for publication in the Computer Graphics Forum journal.

Author's packages with predefined LaTeX styles are available at the submission instructions page.

Anonymous submissions will be made electronically through the Eurographics online submission system.

Important dates

Submission deadline:Friday, April 27th, 2007 (24:00 GMT)
Notification date:Monday, May 28th, 2007
Final paper due:Wednesday, June 13th, 2007


  • Program Committee

    Gladimir Baranoski (CA)
    Rick Barry (US)
    Judy Brown (US)
    Jean-Jacques Bourdin (FR)
    Ken Brodlie (UK)
    Colleen Case (US)
    Alan Chalmers (UK)
      Steve Cunningham (US)
    Gita Domik (DE)
    Dena Elisabeth Eber (US)
    Marta Fairen (US)
    Werner Hansmann (DE)
    Toby Howard (UK)
    Joaquim Jorge (PT)
      Hannes Kaufmann (AT)
    Lars Kjelldahl (SE)
    Ivana Kolingerová (CZ)
    Tony Longson (US)
    Hugh McCabe (IE)
    Riccardo Scateni (IT)
    José Teixeira (PT)

For further information, please contact the Education Papers chairs.


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