New EUROGRAPHICS Fellows
During EUROGRAPHICS 2008 four new Fellows were elected. The new Fellows are Thomas Ertl, Leif Kobbelt, Isabel Navazo and László Szirmay-Kalos. The full text of the announcement that will appear in Computer Grpahics Forum is available here. Congratulations to them all!
- Thomas Ertl for his research contributions to visualization, computer graphicsand human computer interaction; his service to the community as Editor-in-Chief of IEEE TVCG, Vice Chairman of Eurographics, and member of the steering committees of the IEEE Visualization conference and the joint EG/IEEE Visualization Symposium; and his standing as a world class graphics researcher.
- Leif Kobbelt for his research contributions to computer graphics and geometry processing; his contributions towards setting up the symposium on geometry processing series and turning it into a leading international event; his chairmanship of several leading international events.
- Isabel Navazo for her contributions to computer graphics education; contributions to the Eurographics Association and its Spanish Chapter; and her research contributions to computer graphics and geometric modelling.
- László Szirmay-Kalos for his research contributions to computer graphics, especially in the field of Monte Carlo global illumination; his contributions to Eurographics, including his roles as co-chairman of the IPC in the Eurographics '97 event in Budapest (the first time the conference had been held in Eastern Europe), and the Eurographics 2006 event in Vienna; and the establishment of a strong computer graphics group at the Technical University of Budapest.
New EUROGRAPHICS Fellows
During EUROGRAPHICS 2007 the Fellows of the Association made a proposal to the Executive Committee that new Fellows be elected. The proposal was accepted and the names of the new Fellow were announced at the General Assembly. The new Fellows are George Drettakis and Carol O'Sullivan. The contributions which they have made to computer graphics and to EUROGRAPHICS are outlined below together with the reasons for their nomination. Congratulations to them both!
- George Drettakis for his excellent research contributions to computer graphics; his chairmanship of Eurographics events and his contributions to the rendering symposium; his standing as a world class graphics researcher.
- Carol O'Sullivan for her research contributions to computer graphics in perception, virtual humans, crowds, and physically-based animation; her contribution to the development of the Symposium on Computer Animation (SCA); her contribution to the organization of scientific events.
Thursday, 20. September 2007, 10:00
Eurographics Awards 2007Today the awards were presented at the opening ceremony of the Eurographics conference.
Outstanding Technical Contributions Award 2007:
- George Drettakis [Laudatio George Drettakis]
SIGRAD, Swedish Chapter of EurographicsJune 2007. We are pleased to announce that SIGRAD, the special interest group for computer graphics in Sweden has become the latest local chapter of the Eurographics Association. The official name will be "SIGRAD, Swedish Chapter of Eurographics".
Eurographics 2008 - Crete - 14-18 APRIL 2008Now that the deadline for full papers for Eurographics 2007 has passed it is time to start thinking about writing a full paper for Eurographics 2008.
As announced at the General Assembly in Vienna, the conference is moving to a spring-time slot (February to April period) with paper submission deadline in late September/early October. In making this decision the Executive Committee canvased a wide spectrum of interested parties and concluded that this change would be in the best interests of the research community so that the submission deadlines for Eurographics and ACM SIGGRAPH conferences are now widely separated. This change is for a three year trial period, starting in 2008.
We are delighted to announce that Eurographics 2008 will be held from 14 - 18 APRIL 2008 in Crete. The event is organized by the Foundation for Research and Technology- Hellas (FORTH), one of the largest research organisations in Greece, whose activities span a wide range of areas including molecular biology, biomedical engineering, computer science and robotics. The co-chairs of the event are Panos Trahanias (FORTH Institute of Computer Science), Costantine Stephanidis (FORTH Institute of Computer Science) and Nigel John (University of Wales, Bangor, UK). The IPC Programme Chairs are George Drettakis (INRIA) and Roberto Scopigno (ISTI Pisa).
As well as the conference dates, please note NOW in your diaries the key deadlines for full papers:
- Deadline for Abstracts: Sept. 21st
- Paper deadline: Sept 26th
- Notification of decisions: Nov 19th
David Duce (Eurographics Chairman 2007-)
Hans-Peter Seidel (Eurographics Chairman 2005-6)
Honorary Fellow ElectedIn tribute to his lifelong contributions to computer graphics, and to
the founding, shaping and continuing development of the Eurographics
Association, the Executive Committee elected as a Honorary Fellow:
- Carlo Enrico Vandoni [Laudatio Carlo Enrico Vandoni]
Monday, 12. February 2007, 11:55
New Fellows Elected
Three new fellows were elected at the Executive Committee meeting during Eurographics 2006:
- David Duke for his contributions to the development of Computer Graphics Forum, to the organisation of scientific events, and his research contributions to computer graphics and visualization through his work on the boundaries of HCI, formal methods, cognitive science and graphics/visualization.
- Markus Gross for his research contributions at the interface between computer graphics, mathematics and algorithmics; his contribution to raising the quality the EG conference, and raising the profile of European CG research worldwide through his chairmanship of PCs of world-leading conferences; and his contribution to the emergence of point-based graphics as a distinct field within computer graphics, and to the promotion of that through the Eurographics point-based graphics symposium.
- Roberto Scopigno for his research contributions to computer graphics in multiresolution data modeling, surface reconstruction, 3D data scanning, visualization and rendering; his contribution to the development of Computer Graphics Forum; and his contribution to the organisation of scientific events.
Wednesday, 04. October 2006, 11:33
Honorary Fellows ElectedIn tribute to their lifelong contributions to computer graphics, and to
the founding, shaping and continuing development of the Eurographics
Association, the Executive Committee elected three Honorary Fellows:
Friday, 23. June 2006, 10:21
EG 2005 Medical Prize Announced
The winner of the second Eurographics Medical Prize was announced during the
EG2005 conference. The results are as follows:
First – and winner of the €500 Prize sponsored by Immersion Medical:
*A Virtual Reality Toolkit for the Diagnosis and Monitoring of Myocardial Infarctions*
John Ryan, Carol O’Sullivan, Chris Bell and Niall Mulvihill
Image Synthesis Group, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.
Department of Physiology, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.
Department of Cardiology, St James’ Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
*MEDARPA - An Augmented Reality System for Supporting Minimally Invasive Interventions*
Stefan Wesarg, Bernd Schwald, Helmut Seibert, Pawel Zogal, Michael Schnaider,
Fraunhofer IGD, Darmstadt, Germany
Computer Graphics Center (ZGDV), Darmstadt, Germany
MedCom GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany
*The AngioVis ToolBox*
Matúš Straka, Miloš Šramek, Alexandra La Cruz, Eduard Gröller Arnold Köchl and
Commission for Scientific Visualization, Austrian Academy of Sciences
Institute of Computer Graphics and Algorithms, Vienna University of Technology
Department of Angiography and Interventional Radiology, Vienna Medical University
Department of Radiology, Stanford University Medical Center
The quality of all entries received for the Medical Prize was very high and
it was a difficult task to select an overall winner. The judges decision was
based on the use made of computer graphics, the novelty, and the clinical potential.
Tuesday, 13. September 2005, 23:01
Eurographics and SIGGRAPH renew Affiliation Agreement for the next three yearsDuring the EG2005 conference, the existing Affiliation Agreement between
Eurographics and ACM SIGGRAPH was renewed for a further three years.
Attendees at the Annual General Meeting witnessed the signing of the
agreement by G. Scott Owen, representing SIGGRAPH, and Hans-Peter Seidel
and David Duce, representing Eurographics. The agreement ensures
continued close cooperation between the two organisations.
Tuesday, 13. September 2005, 22:51
New Fellows Elected
Two new fellows were elected at the Executive Committee meeting
during Eurographics 2005:
- Marie-Paule Cani [http://www.eg.org/EG_Member_Home_3235] for her contributions to research in physically-based simulation of natural phenomena, and to the Association through her chairmanship of the French Chapter and support
for the conference and workshop programmes.
- Francois Sillion [http://www.eg.org/EG_Member_Home_3119] for his contributions to research in rendering, and to the rendering agenda within Eurographics through his chairmanship of the Rendering Working Group.
Monday, 12. September 2005, 17:40
Eurographics Canadian Chapter launchedA new Chapter of the Eurographics Association was launched on Tuesday
2nd August. The first President of the Canadian Chapter is Brian Wyvill
(University of Calgary), with secretary Wolfgang Heidrich and treasurer
Alla Sheffer, both from the University of British Columbia. Eurographics
congratulates our members in Canada for this initiative and looks
forward to working with the new Chapter.
Friday, 5. August 2005, 15:47
25 Years of Eurographics - Let's celebrate!We have planned various activities throughout the year, reaching a grand finish in Dublin 2005. Read more about this and about history on the special website for the 25th birthday of the EG.
Wednesday, 20. April 2005, 17:05
Executive Committee Elections 2005Electronic Election has started.
Please login. If you are member of the Association, do not forget to cast your votes at Executive Committee Elections 2005
Monday, 7. February 2005, 12:02
CGF Vol. 23Computer Graphics Forum (CGF) Vol. 23 Issue 4 now available in EG Digital Library (for members with electronic subscription only).
Monday, 10. January 2005, 11:11
CGF Vol. 5 retrodigitizedDue to retro digitization of Volume 5 of CGF all issues of Computer Graphics Forum back to 1986 are now available in the EG DL.
Monday, 11. October 2004, 11:16
25 years of EurographicsThe first version of the EG@25 Website is online. Please contact the webmaster if you have additional information or scans of the missing posters.
Tuesday, 31. August 2004, 09:26
Latest Members' letterRead the July 2004 Members' letter (for members only, please login!).
Tuesday, 20. July 2004, 08:57
Closed: Executive Committee Elections 2004Electronic Election has started.
Please login. If you are member of the Association, do not forget to cast your votes at Executive Committee Elections 2004
Friday, 5. March 2004, 11:24
CGEMS LaunchedThe Computer Graphics Educational Materials Source is an emerging
online refereed repository for curricular materials related to Computer
Graphics. CGEMS is a joint Eurographics/SIGGRAPH project to join the
world-wide community of educators in building a reference source for
high-quality teaching materials.
You can find further details by visiting the server at CGEMS.
Please go and check out the call for contents.
More information on Eurographics Educational Activities can be found at
the website of the Eurographics Education Board.
Thursday, 15. January 2004, 09:25
Retro Digitization of Eurographics Proceedings 1987Eurographics Proceedings 1987 now available in EG Digital Library!
Friday, 9. January 2004, 14:36
CGF Vol. 7 retrodigitizedDue to retro digitization of Volume 7 of CGF all issues of Computer Graphics Forum back to 1988 are now available in the EG DL.
Tuesday, 23. September 2003, 12:43