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Computer Graphics Forum Seeks Co-Chief Editor for 2022-2025 Term

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The Eurographics association seeks applicants for the position of the Co-Chief Editor of the Computer Graphics Forum (CGF) journal for a four-year term starting January 1st, 2022, and lasting until December 31th, 2025.

Requirements and Qualifications

Candidates for the CGF Co-Chief Editor should have an excellent scientific track record in the computer graphics area. In addition, candidates must demonstrate the managerial skills necessary to process manuscripts through the editorial cycle in a timely fashion. A Co-Chief Editor must be able to attract respected experts as associate editors for the editorial board. Major responsibilities of the Co-Chief Editor include (and are shared with the second Co-Chief Editor)

  • managing and handling the review process of regular CGF submissions in a timely manner through the available electronic editorial office;
  • ensuring journal quality review procedures for the special CGF issues;
  • (i.e., proceedings of associated conferences/symposia: EG, EGSR, EuroVis, HPG, Pacific Graphics, SCA, SPG);
  • handling of fast track papers coming from the associated conferences;
  • actively soliciting high-quality manuscripts from potential authors (including survey papers, extended versions of selected conference papers);
  • identifying and appointing associate editors to the editorial board, accordingly with the yearly rotation policy;
  • preparation of and participation at the yearly editorial board meeting, reporting to the EG publications board;
  • resolving conflicts and problems as necessary (e.g., double submissions, plagiarism).

Applicants should possess recognized expertise in the computer graphics area, have editorial experience, and be able to lead an active editorial board and work effectively with technical and publishing professionals. Applicants must have clear employer support. Timeliness is the key to success. A major task of the Co-Chief Editor is the monitoring of the various on-going editorial procedures and ensuring that they are carried out on time.

Candidate Search

Prospective candidates are asked to provide by February 28th, 2021 a complete curriculum vitae to

About Computer Graphics Forum

Computer Graphics Forum ( is a leading journal for in-depth technical articles on computer graphics. The rapid publication of articles allows readers to keep up to date with new debates and topics of research. The journal features a lively mix of original research, computer graphics applications, conference reports, state-of-the-art surveys and workshops. Currently, eight issues a year are published with two to three regular issues and six special issues coming from associated events (EG, EuroVis, EGSR, HPG, Pacific Graphics, SCA, SGP).