Eurographics is the only truly Europe-wide professional Computer Graphics association. The association supports its members in advancing the state of the art in Computer Graphics and related fields such as Multimedia, Scientific Visualization and Human Computer Interfaces. Through a world-wide membership, EG maintains close links with developments in the US, Japan and other countries, promoting the exchange of scientific and technical information and skills on a global scale.
Eurographics organises many different activities and services for its members, who include researchers, developers, educators and those who work in the computer graphics industry, both as users and providers of computer graphics hardware, software, and applications. The events and services of the Association are available to everyone. Note, however, that members of Eurographics are entitled to reductions on books, workshop and conference fees, and the services of associated or affiliated organizations, so you might want to look at additional information on the Association.
Regular events and services include:
The Eurographics Annual Conference
This is the major annual computer graphics conference in Europe. It brings together graphics experts from around the world to describe the latest developments. It offers an ideal opportunity to find out what is happening and to meet the people behind the developments. There are also courses at both introductory and advanced levels for managers and technical staff, offering a cost-effective training mechanism for specialised subjects.
Next venues will be:
Eurographics 2015, 4th to 8th May, 2015, in Zürich, Switzerland,
Eurographics 2016, 9th to 13th April, 2016, in Lisbon, Portugal.
Additionally, the pages of
Eurographics 2014, 7th to 11th April, 2014, in Strasbourg, France,
Eurographics 2013, 6th to 10th May, 2013, in Girona, Spain,
Eurographics 2012, 13th to 18th May, 2012, in Cagliari, Italy,
Eurographics 2011, 10th to 15th April, 2011, in Llandudno, UK,
Eurographics 2010, 3rd to 7th May, 2010, in Norköping, Sweden,
Eurographics 2009, 30th March to 3rd April, 2009, in Munich, Germany,
Eurographics 2008, 14th to 18th April, 2008, in Crete, Greece,
Eurographics 2007, 3rd to 7th September, 2007, in Prague, Czech Republic,
Eurographics 2006, 4th to 8th September, 2006, in Vienna, Austria, and
Eurographics 2005, 29th August to 2nd September, 2005, in Dublin, Ireland,
are still available.
Complete History of Annual Events: 1980 Geneva (CH), 1981 Darmstadt (D), 1982 Manchester (UK), 1983 Zagreb (YU), 1984 Copenhagen (DK), 1985 Nice (F), 1986 Lisbon (P), 1987 Amsterdam (NL), 1988 Nice (F), 1989 Hamburg (D), 1990 Montreux (CH), 1991 Vienna (A), 1992 Cambridge (UK), 1993 Barcelona (E), 1994 Oslo (N), 1995 Maastricht (NL), 1996 Poitiers (F), 1997 Budapest (H), 1998 Lisbon (P), 1999 Milano (I), 2000 Interlaken (CH), 2001 Manchester (UK), 2002 Saarbrücken (D), 2003 Granada (E), 2004 Grenoble (F), 2005 Dublin (IR), 2006 Vienna (A), 2007 Prague (CZ), 2008 Crete (GR), 2009 Muniich (D), 2010 Norköping (S), 2011 Llandudno (UK), 2012 Cagliari (I), 2013 Girona (E), 2014 Strasbourg (F)
Workshops and Working Groups
Eurographics organises workshops to bring together those working in specific areas. Eurographics has a number of working groups, which promotes cooperation among researchers in the same field.
Eurographics has a varied publication activity. It publishes, among others:
- Computer Graphics Forum: A quarterly journal that has become a respected and authoritative source of information, stocked by many libraries, and is received automatically by EG members.
- Books series: Members of Eurographics can purchase a selection of the proceedings of the Workshop Programme.
- Eurographics Publication Series: Eurographics members are also entitled also to discounts on purchases through the Eurographics website.
The Association is registered with the Registre du Commerce in Geneva, Switzerland and is governed by Article 60 and following Articles of the Swiss Civil Code and by the present Constitution.