SIBGRAPI 2016 welcomes submissions of tutorials proposals in all areas related to Computer Graphics (CG), Computer Vision (CV), Image Processing (IP), and Pattern Recognition (PR). All tutorials will take place in the first day of the conference (October 4th, 2016), and will be free of charge to all conference attendees.
A tutorial can take the whole day (6 hours long) or just half of the day (3 hours long).
|May 6th||Submission deadline|
|May 26th||Notification of acceptance|
|June 26th||Camera ready paper due|
|July 28th||Handouts due|
*Incomplete or late submissions will not be considered. All submissions will be acknowledged.Warning! All deadlines expire at
The following categories of tutorials will be accepted: elementary, intermediate, and advanced.
Elementary tutorials should complement the basic undergraduate curriculum in Engineering, Computer Science, and related areas, to entice students into following graduate studies in CG, CV, IP, or PR. Instructors should not assume that the audience has basic knowledge in these areas.
Intermediate tutorials are targeted to students, professionals, and researchers who wish to learn advanced techniques in CG, CV, IP, and PR. Instructors may assume that the attendees are familiar with basic notions of mathematics and programming related to the subject.
Advanced tutorials should cover state-of-the-art research, recent developments, emerging topics, and novel applications in CG, CV, IP, and PR.
All proposals will be blindly reviewed by at least two experts in the topic and will be judged by:
Tutorial proposals should be submitted through the submission site. Please, send your proposal up to 8 pages in PDF format using the SIBGRAPI IEEE LaTeX template available at the submission instructions page. The proposals should be written in English, and contain the following information:
Each tutorial must be presented by at least one of the authors (please include this information in the submission). Handouts must be prepared to be distributed to the tutorials' participants. Instructions for the creation of the handouts will be given to the authors of the accepted tutorials at a later date.
Authors of the selected tutorials will be invited to prepare a survey paper in English, in the tutorial's topic, for the electronic version of the conference proceedings. This paper will be submitted to the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. A survey paper is a manuscript with an introduction, a structured presentation of the topic, and conclusions indicating trends, applications, and directions for future work. This paper will be peer reviewed as well before publication.
Laercio Namikawa (Brazil's National Institute for Space Research)
Soraia Raupp Musse (Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul)