Eurographics 2011, Education Papers Call

The seventh Education Track, part of the programme of Eurographics 2011, will be held during the Eurographics 2011 conference. The goal of the meeting is to present experiences and discuss new ideas regarding educational issues in the broad field of computer graphics, visual computing and related disciplines.

We are seeking high quality, original contributions, for presentation during the conference and publication in the Education papers proceedings. We also seek panel proposals and short papers aiming to present different points of view on topics relevant for graphics oriented education. We are interested in contributions from both academia and industry.


We invite submissions related to, but not limited to, the following topics:
  • teaching computer graphics in a computer science curriculum
  •  exploiting visual tools to teach other disciplines
  • teaching graphics programming
  • designing curricula for computer graphics and related disciplines (e.g. image processing and computer vision)
  • experimental educational programs mixing computer graphics with
    other disciplines
  • teaching computer graphics in curricula other then computer science
  • setting up collaborative development tools for visual computing
  • development of video games as a way to teach computer graphics
  • teaching the mathematical foundations of computer graphics and related disciplines.

Important dates

Paper submission deadline: 23:59GMT, Friday, December 10th, 2010
Notification of paper review results: Wednesday, January 19th, 2011
Final versions of papers due Friday, February 4th, 2011
Panel proposals due: Friday, February 4th, 2011.

Submission details

Submitted papers of up to 8 pages must be formatted according to the Eurographics publication guidelines. for Education papers. Submissions will be made electronically through the Submission and Review Management (SRM) system. Guidelines for formatting of the papers can be found here.

Accepted papers will be published in the Education papers proceedings, on the digital conference proceedings, and in the online EG Digital Library. Extended and revised versions of selected best papers will be considered for publication either in Computers and Graphics or Computer Graphics Forum.

For any question concerning education paper submissions please contact the education programme co-chairs.


Education Program Co-Chairs

Steve Maddock, University of Sheffield, UK

Joaquim Jorge, Universade Tecnica de Lisboa, Portugal

Committee Members

Gladimir Baranoski (Canada)

Jean-Jacques Bourdin (France)

Colleen Case (USA)

Wei Chen (China)

Steve Cunningham (USA)

Gitta Domik (Germany)

Marta Fairen (Spain)

Werner Hansmann (Germany)

Lars Kjelldahl (Sweden)

Cecilia Sik Lanyi (Hungary)

Robert Laramee (UK)

Caroline Larboulette (Spain)

Isabel Navazo (Spain)

Scott Owen (USA)

Christopher Peters (UK)

Christophe Renaud (France)

Daniela Romano (UK)

Beatriz Sousa Santos (Portugal)

Peter Shirley (USA)

Peter Weishar (USA)