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Review Process
Topic submissions will be reviewed by the panels jury from mid-November through mid-December. The review will be based on:
  • Topic level of interest
  • Moderator's qualifications
  • Possibility for interesting discussions
Three outcomes are possible:
  • Accept. The topic is selected to move on to the second round.
  • Conditional Accept. The jury would like to accept the topic, but feels that some modifications are needed. Modifications may include broadening or narrowing the scope of the panel or changing the wording of the title.
  • Reject.
The complete list of accepted topics will be available here on the SIGGRAPH 2004 web site.

Position papers will be reviewed by the panels jury from late March to late April. The jurors will determine the submitters' expertise on the topic and the strength of their positions. The moderator and the panels jury will work together to select up to four panelists for each topic who represent a broad cross-section of the SIGGRAPH community.

Topics that do not generate enough submissions for panelists will not be presented at the conference. There is no guarantee that a topic that is accepted and listed as a potential topic in the second stage will be presented at the conference.

Upon Acceptance
If your submission is accepted by SIGGRAPH 2004, an Acceptance Agreement will be produced from the Permissions section of your online submission form. You must print that agreement, sign it, and fax it or send it via postal or courier service before SIGGRAPH 2004. If we do not receive your completed, signed Acceptance Agreement, your work cannot be presented at SIGGRAPH 2004.

The acceptance agreement is a legal document. It explains the uses SIGGRAPH makes of presented material and requires you to acknowledge that you have permission to use this material. This may involve seeking clearance from your employer or from others who have loaned you material, such as videotapes and slides. The agreement helps prevent situations whereby SIGGRAPH 2004 presentations include material without permission that might lead to complaints or even legal action. In addition, this agreement asks if ACM SIGGRAPH may use your materials for conference and organization promotional material in exchange for full author/artist credit information (which you may decline).

In addition, panel organizers must obtain signed SIGGRAPH 2004 Acceptance Agreements from ALL presenters (signature of parent or legal guardian is also required if contributor is under age 18). Presenters who have not submitted signed forms will not be allowed to present.
 
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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