Smart Graphics 2002

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Date: Tue Nov 13 2001 - 18:09:16 MET

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                2nd International Symposium on Smart Graphics

                         http://www.smartgraphics.org

                               June 11-13 2001
                        IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
                             Hawthorne, NY, USA

                    In cooperation with: AAAI & Eurographics

    SG2002 welcomes submissions from cognitive scientists, psychologists,
    graphic designers, human-computer interaction & computer graphics and
    artificial intelligence researchers and practitioners.

    Invited Speakers:

    Ben Shneiderman (University of Maryland, USA)
    Jock Mackinlay (Xerox PARC, USA)

    Advances and breakthroughs in the area of Computer Graphics have made
    visual media a major ingredient of the modern user interface, and it
    is likely that graphics will play a dominant role in the way people
    communicate and interact with computers in the future. Especially the
    evolution of computing towards more and more pervasive and distributed
    devices pose new and challenging problems for the effective use of
    graphics.

    Intelligent behaviour & graphics will provide the technical core of
    next generation interfaces. But in order to make those interfaces
    successful, principles and findings from Cognitive Psychology and
    Graphics Design are equally important to reflect the user's needs and
    abilities.

    Until recently there has been very little overlap between the
    Cognitive Psychology, Computer Graphics, AI and Graphics Design
    communities. The Smart Graphics Symposiums intend to close these gaps.
    Recent advances in Computer Graphics have allowed AI researchers to
    integrate graphics in their systems (without being burdened by low-
    level issues such as image rendering) and graphics acceleration
    hardware has become affordable and is now available for a broad range
    of platforms. On the other hand, many AI techniques have matured to
    the point of being usable by non specialists. Furthermore, these very
    techniques are likely to be the vehicle by which both principles from
    Graphics Design, and the results of research in cognitive aspects of
    visual representations will be integrated in next generation graphical
    interfaces.

    For a full description of the scope of the Symposium, and details of
    previous events see the website:

    http://www.smartgraphics.org

    Submission Categories:

    Full papers
    Short papers
    Demonstrations
    Statement of Interest

    Important Dates:

    February 18,2002 Submission Deadline
    March 18,2002 Notification of Acceptance
    April 1,2002 camera ready copy due
    June 11-13,2002 Smart Graphics Symposium

    Organisers:

    Andreas Butz (Eyeled, Germany)
    Antonio Krueger (Saarland University, Germany)
    Patrick Olivier (Lexicle, UK)
    Stefan Schlechtweg (University of Magdeburg, Germany)
    Michelle Zhou (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA)

    Committee:

    Computer Graphics:
      Steve Feiner (Columbia, USA)
      Michael Gleicher (University of Wisconsin, USA)

    Artificial Intelligence:
      Elisabeth Andre (University of Augsburg, Germany)
      James Lester (NCSU, USA)

    Graphic Design:
      Bradford Paley (DID Inc.)

    Cognitive Psychology:
      Bernice Rogowitz (IBM T.J. Watson)
      Jiajie Zhang (University of Texas at Houston)

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    2nd International Symposium on Smart Graphics</tt><tt></tt>
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    June 11-13 2001</tt>
    <br><tt>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
    IBM T.J. Watson Research Center</tt>
    <br><tt>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
    Hawthorne, NY, USA</tt>
    <br><tt>&nbsp;</tt>
    <br><tt>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
    In cooperation with: AAAI &amp; Eurographics</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>SG2002 welcomes submissions from cognitive scientists,&nbsp; psychologists,</tt>
    <br><tt>graphic designers, human-computer interaction &amp; computer graphics&nbsp;
    and</tt>
    <br><tt>artificial intelligence researchers and practitioners.</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>Invited Speakers:</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>Ben Shneiderman (University of Maryland, USA)</tt>
    <br><tt>Jock Mackinlay (Xerox PARC, USA)</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>Advances and breakthroughs in the area of&nbsp; Computer Graphics
    have made</tt>
    <br><tt>visual media a major&nbsp; ingredient of the modern user interface,&nbsp;
    and it</tt>
    <br><tt>is likely&nbsp; that graphics will&nbsp; play a dominant role in
    the&nbsp; way people</tt>
    <br><tt>communicate and interact with computers in the future.&nbsp; Especially
    the</tt>
    <br><tt>evolution of computing towards more and more pervasive and distributed</tt>
    <br><tt>devices pose new&nbsp; and challenging problems&nbsp; for&nbsp;
    the effective&nbsp; use of</tt>
    <br><tt>graphics.</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>Intelligent behaviour &amp; graphics will&nbsp; provide&nbsp; the&nbsp;
    technical core of</tt>
    <br><tt>next generation interfaces.&nbsp;&nbsp; But in order&nbsp; to&nbsp;
    make&nbsp; those interfaces</tt>
    <br><tt>successful,&nbsp; principles&nbsp; and findings&nbsp; from&nbsp;
    Cognitive Psychology&nbsp; and</tt>
    <br><tt>Graphics Design&nbsp; are equally important to reflect the user's
    needs and</tt>
    <br><tt>abilities.</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>Until&nbsp; recently&nbsp; there&nbsp; has&nbsp; been&nbsp; very&nbsp;
    little&nbsp; overlap&nbsp; between&nbsp; the</tt>
    <br><tt>Cognitive&nbsp; Psychology,&nbsp; Computer&nbsp; Graphics,&nbsp;
    AI&nbsp; and&nbsp; Graphics&nbsp; Design</tt>
    <br><tt>communities. The Smart Graphics Symposiums intend to close these
    gaps.</tt>
    <br><tt>Recent&nbsp; advances in Computer Graphics&nbsp; have allowed AI&nbsp;
    researchers to</tt>
    <br><tt>integrate graphics in&nbsp; their systems (without&nbsp; being
    burdened&nbsp; by low-</tt>
    <br><tt>level&nbsp; issues&nbsp; such&nbsp; as&nbsp; image&nbsp; rendering)&nbsp;
    and&nbsp; graphics acceleration</tt>
    <br><tt>hardware&nbsp; has become affordable and is now available for a
    broad range</tt>
    <br><tt>of platforms.&nbsp; On the&nbsp; other hand,&nbsp; many AI techniques
    have matured to</tt>
    <br><tt>the point of being usable by non specialists.&nbsp; Furthermore,
    these very</tt>
    <br><tt>techniques are likely to be the vehicle by which both&nbsp; principles
    from</tt>
    <br><tt>Graphics Design, and the results of&nbsp; research in cognitive
    aspects of</tt>
    <br><tt>visual representations will be integrated in next generation graphical</tt>
    <br><tt>interfaces.</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>For a full description of the&nbsp; scope of the Symposium,&nbsp;
    and details of</tt>
    <br><tt>previous events see the website:</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt><A HREF="
    http://www.smartgraphics.org">http://www.smartgraphics.org></tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>Submission Categories:</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>Full papers</tt>
    <br><tt>Short papers</tt>
    <br><tt>Demonstrations</tt>
    <br><tt>Statement of Interest</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>Important Dates:</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>February 18,2002&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Submission Deadline</tt>
    <br><tt>March&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 18,2002&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Notification
    of Acceptance</tt>
    <br><tt>April&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 1,2002&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; camera ready
    copy due</tt>
    <br><tt>June&nbsp; 11-13,2002&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Smart Graphics Symposium</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>Organisers:</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>Andreas Butz (Eyeled, Germany)</tt>
    <br><tt>Antonio Krueger (Saarland University, Germany)</tt>
    <br><tt>Patrick Olivier (Lexicle, UK)</tt>
    <br><tt>Stefan Schlechtweg (University of Magdeburg, Germany)</tt>
    <br><tt>Michelle Zhou (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA)</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>Committee:</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>Computer Graphics:</tt>
    <br><tt>&nbsp; Steve Feiner (Columbia, USA)</tt>
    <br><tt>&nbsp; Michael Gleicher (University of Wisconsin, USA)</tt><tt></tt>
    <p><tt>Artificial Intelligence:</tt>
    <br><tt>&nbsp; Elisabeth Andre (University of Augsburg, Germany)</tt>
    <br><tt>&nbsp; James Lester (NCSU, USA)</tt>
    <br><tt>&nbsp;</tt>
    <br><tt>Graphic Design:</tt>
    <br><tt>&nbsp; Bradford Paley (DID Inc.)</tt>
    <br><tt>&nbsp;</tt>
    <br><tt>Cognitive Psychology:</tt>
    <br><tt>&nbsp; Bernice Rogowitz (IBM T.J. Watson)</tt>
    <br><tt>&nbsp; Jiajie Zhang (University of Texas at Houston)</tt>
    <br><tt></tt>&nbsp;
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