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  Presentation Format

Panels have a very open presentation format. They are typically 100 minutes long and have four panelists in addition to the moderator. Shorter panels and panels with as few as two panelists, such as one-on-one debates, will also be considered. The moderator's primary resonsibility is to guide the discussion. The moderator should ensure lively and spirited debate that is always respectful to all parties, provide equal time to all panelists, and act as an objective observer of the discussion.

Panelists typically give introductory remarks, but those remarks should be brief. The moderator can provide some advance questions to the panelists so they don't feel the need to cover everything in their introductory remarks. Remember that panels are about discussions, not long presentations.

Panels may revolve around one central question, focus on a particular set of problems, or focus on metholodogy.

We are also open to non-traditional panels, so if you feel a different format best suites your topic let us know in your topic submission.
 
DEADLINES
The deadline for panel topic proposals was 12 November 2003.

SIGGRAPH 2004 Panel Topics

All position papers must be received by 5pm Pacific time, Wednesday, 17 March 2004.

There is no early feeback deadline. If you are looking for feedback, please contact the Panels chair any time before the deadline.
   
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