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Celebrating its 40th year, the SIGGRAPH conference is the premier international event on computer graphics and interactive techniques. SIGGRAPH 2013 invites you to showcase your expertise and unique technical and creative skills at the International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, 21 - 25 July 2013 in Anaheim.
From students to studio executives, from scientists to artists, SIGGRAPH is home to the best and brightest minds in computer graphics. This year, bring your best work to SIGGRAPH 2013.
Every piece submitted to SIGGRAPH 2013 through the Call for Submissions is reviewed by a highly qualified jury composed of top practitioners in the relevant field. Because we want each jury to have the time to review each piece carefully, submission deadlines generally are several months ahead of the conference itself. All the submission deadlines are strictly enforced, so be sure to plan accordingly.
Important Submission Deadlines:
Be Sure to Plan Your Submission Process Accordingly!
8 January 2013* Student Volunteer Team Leader Applications
17 January 2013 Technical Papers
22 January 2013 Art Papers and Art Gallery
5 February 2013 Student Volunteer Applications
12 February 2013 Courses, Emerging Technologies, Panels, Posters, Talks, Studio
5 March 2013 Computer Animation Festival and Real-Time Live!
2 April 2013 Dailies
1 May 2013 SIGGRAPH Mobile
7 May 2013 Late Breaking deadline for Posters
Submission Deadline Notes:
Unlike recent years, each SIGGRAPH 2013 program has only one deadline, except Posters.
There are no "Late Breaking" deadlines for Studio or Talks. Poster submissions can occur prior
to the 12 February "general submissions" deadline or the 7 May Late Breaking Poster deadline.
In both cases, Posters are reviewed using the same criteria and by the same jury. Authors
submitting prior to the early deadline will get decision notification in mid-April.
*All deadlines are 22:00 UTC/GMT. To determine what time that is where you are, you can use a converter such as The World Clock.