Call for Posters
We welcome the submission of posters that discuss early or speculative research and development in areas of human-computer interaction, computer graphics, and visualization. These include (but are not limited to):
A sub-set of those students who submit accepted posters will be randomly chosen to be volunteers at Graphics Interface 2012. Student volunteers will be provided with funding for the conference. Being a volunteer is optional, please indicate whether you would like to be considered for the volunteer selection when you submit your poster online.
Summary of Deadlines:
Poster abstracts of no longer than 2 pages in length can be submitted
at the Graphics Interface 2012 submission site (<-bottom of side menu).
Use the Graphics Interface style for the abstract. Poster abstracts will be published online with CEUR-WS and indexed in various online research catalogs, such as DLBP.
For the early deadline, you only need to prepare the abstract. You can complete your poster once notified of its acceptance based on the submitted abstract.
Sponsored by the Canadian Human-Computer Communications Society