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RobertoOrtiz
10-04-2006, 12:58 PM
Chicago, Ill. - ACM SIGGRAPH is inviting the best and brightest in the industry to become contributors or volunteers for SIGGRAPH 2007 programs. SIGGRAPH 2007, the 34th International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, will take place August 5 through 9 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, Calif.

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"SIGGRAPH 2007 Face Tomorrow will explore the products, systems, techniques, ideas, and inspiration that are creating the next generations of computer graphics and interactive techniques," says Joe Marks, SIGGRAPH 2007 Conference Chair from Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories. "We encourage every artist, researcher, scientist, engineer, animator, or technology professional to help impact the face of tomorrow by participating in this world-class event."

A SIGGRAPH conference and exhibition is comprised of hundreds of volunteers, presenters, and contributors across two main platforms outlined below:

SIGGRAPH 2007 - Face TomorrowPresentations/Contributors
Art Gallery
Awards
Computer Animation Festival
Courses
Educators Program
Emerging Technologies
Guerilla Studio
Panels
Papers
Research Posters
Sketches
Special Sessions

NEW IN 2007: IP Marketplace Volunteers
GraphicsNet
International Resources
Student Opportunities
Apprentice Programs

Participant benefits, if submitted work or volunteer service is accepted, include:
Participation in the world's premier conference and exhibition on computer graphics and interactive techniques.
Direct interaction and collaboration with dynamic industry leaders.
Inspiration and insights into a world where technology, art, and science converge.
Invaluable training and networking opportunities.

For specific details, requirements, and approaching deadlines for participation visit http://www.siggraph.org/s2007.

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