The aim of STAG is the dissemination of research activities and novel ideas on both theoretical and application oriented aspects of Computer Graphics, bringing together researchers and practitioners from both national and international scientific communities to share their latest developments.
Contributions on new ways to solve real problems, clever solutions to optimize or otherwise improve techniques and algorithms for real-world applications are encouraged. System, libraries, and workflow papers with impact on real-world applications are also welcome. We encourage submissions in all areas of Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, Visual Computing, and related disciplines.
|September 20th, 2019 (12:00 GMT - noon) (Extended)||Papers submission|
|October 16th, 2019||Notification|
|October 25th, 2019||Camera Ready|
Papers must be written in English and submitted in PDF format via EasyChair, following this link. Each PDF should not exceed 10 pages in length (references excluded) and must be formatted according to the Eurographics Computer Graphics Forum publication guidelines. A LaTeX template for submitters is available. Submitted papers will undergo a double-blind reviewing process. We therefore invite submitters to carefully remove all personal data from their articles (e.g. authors, affiliations, etc.).
Publications and prizes
STAG proceedings are published in the Eurographics Digital Library.
From all accepted papers, an international jury will assign the best paper award.
Authors of a selection of the most outstanding papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their work to a Special Issue of the Computers & Graphics Journal (Elsevier). Upcoming papers of the last edition can be found here.
For any question concerning full paper submissions and publications please contact the papers program co-chairs: firstname.lastname@example.org
Papers Program Co-Chairs
Marco Agus, KAUST, Saudi Arabia
Massimiliano Corsini, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Ruggero Pintus, CRS4, Italy
International Program Committee
Dario Allegra, University of Catania
Federica Arrigoni, Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics
Alessandro Artusi, University of Cyprus
Silvia Biasotti, IMATI-CNR
Daniela Cabiddu, IMATI-CNR
Umberto Castellani, Univeristy of Verona
Marco Fratarcangeli, Chalmers University of Technology
Andrea Giachetti, Univeristy of Verona
Enrico Gobbetti, CRS4
José Iglesias, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Federico Iuricich, University of Maryland
Marco Livesu, CNR-IMATI
Fabio Marton, CRS4
Filippo Milotta, University of Catania
Fabio Pellacini, Sapienza University of Rome
Paolo Pingi, ISTI-CNR
Gianni Pintore, CRS4
Peter Rautek, KAUST, Saudi Arabia
Guido Reina, University of Stuttgart
Riccardo Scateni, University of Cagliari
Alberto Signoroni, University of Brescia
Michela Spagnuolo, IMATI-CNR
Davide Spano, ISTI-CNR
Marc Stamminger, Friedrich-Alexander-Universitaet Erlangen-Nuernberg
Filippo Stanco, University of Catania
Marco Tarini, University of Milan
Pere-Pau Vasquez, UPC, Barcellona
Pietro Zanuttigh, University of Padova