CALL FOR PAPERS
Symposium on COMPUTER
SCA is an
emerging eminent forum for dissemination of the latest research results
in computer animation. The
goal of SCA'03 is to provide an opportunity for researchers in computer
animation to interact with one another, share new results, and discuss
emerging directions for the field.
The symposium will be co-located with SIGGRAPH, held on the
Saturday and Sunday before the main conference to encourage a broad
range of participants. A
full proceedings will be published at the time of the Symposium.
include, but are not limited to:
- autonomous characters
- physically based animation
- facial animation
- real-time animation, animation for
- group and crowd behavior
- expressive motion / communication
- nonphotorealistic animation
- physical realism / measuring the
real world for animation
- nature in motion (natural
phenomena, plants, clouds...)
- planning / learning / optimization
- intuitive interfaces for creating
and editing animations
- sound and speech for animation
- perceptual metrics for animation
- mathematical foundations of
- new time-based art forms on the
|April 1, 2003
Firm Deadline for
April 7, 2003
|May 7, 2003
Camera Ready Copy
|May 16, 2003
|July 26-27, 2003
Abstract are used
to facilitate the review process and should be 150-300 words in length.
Original unpublished papers of (in PDF format) up to 12 pages in
English, including figures, tables and references, are invited. All
papers must be submitted electronically through the SCA web site to be
considered for review. (For
instructions, see http://gamma.cs.unc.edu/SCA03.)
Supplementary material such as videos may also be submitted
electronically and will be made available to reviewers.
All papers will be reviewed carefully by the International
Program Committee members and by external reviewers.
are the same as those for SIGGRAPH technical papers:
your papers for anonymous review. Papers
should be submitted to SCA exclusively.
be published by ACM Press. Authors of accepted papers will be required
to sign the ACM copyright form, which will be made accessible from the
SCA web site.