Prepare your submission as a PDF file.
You can also include other material such as video, but
the paper that is to appear in the proceedings must be in PDF. We ask you to follow the standard layout for Eurographics 2016 (STARs) publications. A
style file to generate this layout is available (document class, style
file, sample LaTeX2e source, and corresponding PDF
output file). In case you do not use LaTeX2e to typeset your paper, please
reproduce the style and layout in the sample PDF
file as closely as you can in the system you are using.
In either case, please make sure that an image embedded in your paper does not contain transparent pixels (i.e. an alphachannel of a transparent color) because this will lead to problems when the resulting PDF is displayed or printed.
Please add at least one keyword to your submission using the "Add / Edit Categories" - Link.
The review process will be single-blind.
Brief biographies of the authors should be included in the submission, demonstrating their qualification to produce the proposed STAR.
The deadline for the submission of STAR proposals is 23:59 UTC/GMT
, September 11, 2015, NEW: September 24, 2015, with notification of conditional acceptance on January 8, 2016. The revised version of conditionally accepted STARs will have to be submitted at a later date for a second review, and the camera ready version will be due about 6 weeks before the start of the conference.
CGF and Eurographics Conference/Workshop proceedings do not impose strict maximum lengths for submitted papers, however papers should only be as long as their content would justify. It is recommended that research papers be up to 10 pages (in CGF latex style including all images but excluding references), and survey papers be up to 20 pages (excluding references). Reviewers might rate a submission lower if it is perceived as being unnecessarily long. Authors are encouraged to use supplementary documents to provide extra contents, which may typically include (but not limited to):