[Infovis] APGV 07 - FINAL call for papers - Note deadline extension

Christian Wallraven Christian.Wallraven at Tuebingen.MPG.de
Thu Mar 22 15:27:26 CET 2007


Co-located with 10th Tübingen Perception Conference Tübingen, Germany,
25th - 27th July, 2007.
Keynote by Greg Ward


Research in computer graphics and visualization has great potential to
benefit from, and contribute to, research in perception.

Since 2004, APGV has brought together researchers from the fields of
perception, graphics and visualization, to facilitate a wider exchange
of ideas. Our goals are to use insights from perception to advance the
design of methods for visual, auditory and haptic representation, and to
use computer graphics to enable perceptual research that would otherwise
not be possible.

Submissions are invited in the broad range of areas at the intersection
of computer graphics, visualization and perception. Specific examples
include, but are not limited to:

    * applications of insights from perception to the development of
algorithms for more efficient, effective or realistic modeling,
rendering and/or animation
    * applications of perception in the design and evaluation of methods
for more effective representation and communication of data
    * the study of perception and perceptual issues in virtual
    * computational aesthetics, stylization, and perceptual aspects of
non-photorealistic rendering

Submissions are particularly welcome in all areas of basic perception
research that have applications in computer graphics and visualization.

Proceedings, which will include the poster abstracts, will be published
by ACM SIGGRAPH. Best papers from the symposium will be invited to be
extended for a special issue of the ACM Transactions on Applied
Perception (http://www.acm.org/tap/).

By co-locating APGV 07 with the tenth annual Tübingen Perception
Conference (http://www.twk.tuebingen.mpg.de/), we aim to further promote
communication with the core perception community, and also bring APGV
back to Europe.

The keynote this year will be given by Greg Ward - he is a pioneer in
High Dynamic Range Imaging which was first employed as part of the
Radiance lighting simulation system that he developed during his
employment at Lawrence Berkely National Laboratory. Greg has published
numerous papers on lighting simulation as well as co-authored a recent
book on High-Dynamic-Range-Imaging.

Paper Submission: Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Poster Submission: Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Early Registration: Friday, June 22, 2007

Late Registration: Friday, July 13, 2007

Symposium: Wednesday, July 25, 2007 - Friday, July 27, 2007

The beautiful town of Tuebingen is situated in southern Germany within a
short distance from the Alps, Switzerland, Austria and France. Apart
from its historic town quarter with the world-famous Hoelderlin Tower
and picturesque old houses, Tuebingen is renowned for its excellent
research facilities both from the University and the Max Planck
Institutes. Tuebingen is a convenient 20 minute drive away from
international Stuttgart Airport and well-connected by German Rail. It
offers hotels and restaurants in all price categories and represents an
ideal starting point for exploring southern Germany and the neighboring
countries of Switzerland, Austria and France.

Christian Wallraven, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
Veronica Sundstedt, University of Bristol

Roland Fleming, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics 
Michael Langer, McGill University

Marina Bloj, University of Bradford, UK
Bobby Bodenheimer, Vanderbilt University, USA
David Brainard, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Alan Chalmers, University of Bristol, UK
William Cowan, University of Waterloo, Canada
Sarah Creem-Regehr, University of Utah, USA
Douglas W. Cunningham, University of Tuebingen
James Elder, York University, Canada
Marc Ernst, MPI for Biological Cybernetics, Germany
Mark Fairchild, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
Yves Guiard, CNRS / Université de la Méditerranée, France
Matthias Harders, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Christopher G. Healey, North Carolina State University, USA
Victoria Interrante, University of Minnesota, USA
Gordon Kindlmann, Brigham and Women's Hospital, USA
David Luebke, NVIDIA Research, USA
Ann McNamara, St. Louis University, USA
Gary Meyer, University of Minnesota, USA
Karol Myszkowski, MPI for Informatics, Germany
Shin'ya Nishida, NTT, Japan
Carol O'Sullivan, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Dinesh K. Pai, Rutgers University, USA
Adar Pelah, University of York, UK
Sylvia Pont, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Dennis Proffitt, University of Virginia, USA
Erik Reinhard, University of Bristol, UK
Peter Shirley, University of Utah, USA
Bill Thompson, University of Utah, USA
Antonio Torralba, MIT, USA
Colin Ware, University of New Hampshire, USA
Ben Watson, North Carolina State University, USA
Andrew Welchman, Birmingham University, UK

Christian Wallraven
MPI for Biological Cybernetics
Spemannstrasse 38, 72076 Tuebingen, Germany
ph: +49-7071-601607 | fax: +49-7071-601616
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