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Anthony Lasenby
"Modeling the Cosmos: The Shape of the Universe"

Monday, 28 July; 8 9:45 am
Room 20 A-C

Cambridge University astrophysicist Anthony Lasenby studies the shape and evolution of the universe. In the SIGGRAPH 2003 keynote address, he shares the fascination of this research in a presentation aimed at all levels and backgrounds. It includes a new geometric model that has surprising implications for cosmology and how we view and model the universe around us.

Immediately before the keynote address, ACM SIGGRAPH presents three awards:
Significant New Researcher Award
Mathieu Desbrun
University of Southern California

Computer Graphics Achievement Award
Peter Schröder
California Institute of Technology

Steven Anson Coons Award for Outstanding Creative Contributions to Computer Graphics
Pat Hanrahan
Stanford University



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