CALL For TUTORIALS
The Eurographics 2011 Tutorials Committee invites you to propose tutorials
teaching the technical background of a subject and demonstrating the creative
application of it. Tutorials are intended to show what can be done, but even
more importantly, how it is done and what kind of tools can be used for this
purpose. When proposing a tutorial, you should remember that tutorial attendees
will come from diverse backgrounds, ranging from researchers and developers to
educators and end users.
We are soliciting half-day and full-day tutorial proposals, at an introductory, intermediate, or advanced level, in all areas pertinent to Computer Graphics. Tutorial proposals should be about 4-5 pages in length, clearly indicating the intended audience as well as the syllabus of instruction. All tutorial proposals will be reviewed by the tutorial chairs, supported by external reviewers. They will be considered on the basis of the quality of the submitted proposal, the qualifications of the presenters, relevance to the conference, and balance of topics.
Tutorial proposal deadline: 8 Oct 2010
Notification of acceptance: 7 Dec 2010
Full tutorial course materials due: 15 Jan 2011
Each accepted tutorial will be granted an honorarium of €400 for a full day tutorial, or €200 for a half day tutorial, one free registration for the conference, and free tutorial registrations for all speakers.
For any question concerning tutorial submissions please contact the tutorials co-chairs:
Tutorial proposals (in PDF) should be submitted via email to both tutorial co-chairs. Proposals should contain the following information:
- Tutorial leader's details:
- Other speakers' details:
- Tutorial details:
- Title of Tutorial.
- Half or full day tutorial (either 2 x 90 minute slots or 4 x 90 minute slots).
- A detailed outline of the tutorial.
- A statement of the background assumed of the audience, and potential target audience for the tutorial.
- A brief resume for each speaker, indicating their background in the
area the tutorial addresses.
Details of similar tutorials previously held, including location (i.e. which conference), date, and the number of attendees (if known).
Sample Course Notes:
It is highly desirable that sample course notes should accompany tutorial proposals. (These need not be the entire course, but enough for reviewers to judge the style and level of the tutorial).
Final Course Notes:
Notes may include original text, formatted according to the Eurographics publication guidelines, reprints of earlier papers (subject to copyright approval), slides, videos and any other material the authors consider useful. All course notes of accepted tutorials will be distributed to conference participants. The acceptance of tutorial proposals is contingent upon final submission of complete course notes in advance of the conference by the due deadline, to allow reproduction of materials.