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International Workshop on Volume Graphics

30-31 July, 2006

Boston Park Plaza, Boston, Massachusetts, USA


Following successful workshops in Swansea (1999), Stony Brook (2001), Tokyo (2003), and Stony Brook again (2005), the 5th International Workshop on Volume Graphics, VG06, will take place in Boston in July 2006. VG06 aims to bring together researchers from both the academic and industry who are working, or wish to work, on volume graphics. Volume Graphics is concerned with modeling, processing, and rendering of data which is typically acquired through analytical methods, medical scanners, computational simulations, or statistical measurements. It is capable of modeling solid as well as amorphous objects, and interiors as well as surfaces, and synthesizing graphical images in a true 3D manner. The workshop will continue to explore the potential of volume-based techniques beyond the scope of volume visualization as it is currently practiced.

VG06 will be held in conjunction with Point-Based Graphics Symposium 2006 (July 29-30, 2006), both under the auspices of SIGGRAPH 2006 Conference. Professor Marc Levoy, Stanford University, will deliver the keynote address on the opening day of the workshop. Professor Ron Kikinis, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, will be the Capstone Speaker on the closing day of the workshop.

Important Dates

Friday 21 April 2006

Electronic abstract submission (23:59 PST)
Monday 24 April 2006

Electronic paper submission (23:59 PST)
Friday 2 June 2006

Author notification
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Monday 19 June 2006
Receipt of camera-ready paper
For more detailed instructions on camera-ready copy, go to IEEE VGTC Detailed Preparation Guidelines for VG06.

Last Updated: 7 June 2006