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IEEE International Conference on Shape Modeling and Applications 2008, (Shape Modeling International 2008, or SMI'08) will be held on June 4-6, 2008, in Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York, USA.
Shape Modeling International provides a premium international forum for the dissemination of new mathematical theories and novel computational techniques for modeling, simulating, and processing digital representations of shapes and their properties to a community of researchers, developers, practitioners, and students in academia and industry across a wide range of fields. In 2001, SMI has merged with the Implicit Surface Workshop and is now run as an annual event alternating between Asia, Europe, and America. SMI'08 will immediately follow the ACM Solid and Physical Modeling Symposium 2008 (SPM'08), to be held on June 2-4, 2008, in Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York, USA. Both SPM'08 and SMI'08 events will be co-located in Stony Brook, and are parts of the 2008 Stony Brook Modeling Week that features International Joint Convention on Shapes and Solids (ICSS'08). SMI'08 is co-sponsored by IEEE, Stony Brook's Computer Science Department, and ACM SIGGRAPH (pending). The SMI'08 conference proceedings will be published by IEEE Computer Society Press. Selected papers of outstanding quality will appear in major journals including Graphical Models and The Visual Computer.
Stony Brook Modeling Week will be hosted by the Center for Visual Computing (CVC) and Computer Science Department of Stony Brook University and will be chaired by Professor Hong Qin.
Papers presenting original research are being sought in all areas of shape modeling and applications. The technical topics for SMI'08 include (but are not limited to):
Shape Acquisition and Reconstruction
Topological Modeling of Shapes
Shape Modeling and Design
Shape Analysis, Reasoning, and Statistics
Shape Transformation and Morphing
Shape Matching and Retrieval
Shape Recognition and Classification
Shape Compression, Simplification, and Transmission
Shape Perception and Recognition
Semantics of Shapes
Geometric Processing for Shapes
Dynamic Shapes and Animation
Mathematical Foundations for Shape Modeling
Uncertainty Modeling for Shapes
Physically-based Shape Modeling
Volume and Multidimensional Modeling
Grammar-Based Shape Modeling
Iconic Modeling of Shapes
Free-form Feature Extraction and Modeling
Polygonization and Mesh Processing
Interactive and Web-based Shape Modeling
Molecular Shape Analysis
Human Body Modeling and Analysis
Modeling for Games and Digital Entertainment
Deformations and Editing
Dynamic Shapes and Animation
Human-Shape Interaction Techniques
Other Applications for Shape Computing
Paper Format and Submission Information for Authors
Abstracts (150-300 words, including title, the list of authors and their affiliations, keywords, and abstract) are requested in order to facilitate the review process. The submitted abstracts should have the following structure: 1. Paper title; 2. List of authors with their affiliations; 3. List of keywords; and 4. Paper abstract (plain text in ASCII, 150-300 words, no images)
Original unpublished papers of up to 10 pages (single-spaced, 10 point font, including figures, tables, and references) are invited for full paper submission. Manuscript must be written in English. Full papers should present previously-unpublished, original results that are not simultaneously submitted elsewhere. All papers will be peer-reviewed by members of the International Program Committee. Submissions are made electronically in PDF format only (no paper copy will be accepted)!
Those who plan to use LaTeX or MS-Word for compiling their manuscripts, we recommend you to use the style file or template available through the IEEE CS sites: 8.5" x 11", two-column format, 10 point font, single-spaced.
Full papers should be submitted electronically via the conference paper submission and management system as PDF files only. More submission instructions will be available on the conference website in September 2007. If you have any questions about paper submission, please contact us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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