SIGGRAPH Course Program
honors learning and exchange
that begins with you
Presenting a course at SIGGRAPH 2005 is your chance to ignite the imagination of an
entire industry! Focus your expertise on the experience that powers the art, science,
and technology of computer graphics to the next level.
SIGGRAPH courses are time-honored forums
for learning and exchange at the conference core. Courses range from beginning to advanced topics, surveys
to specialties, and tutorials to hands-on workshops. Innovation happens at both topic and presentation levels.
SIGGRAPH 2005 will showcase the best in technical and application fields that advance computer graphics and
interactive techniques. We look to you to carry on a tradition of presentation excellence in areas that include, but are not
SIGGRAPH 2005 is particularly interested in courses that can lead while teaching.
The exceptional ones should actively visualize the challenges of the next two to five years.
Make us think. Then creatively enable reaching the next steps without reinventing the wheel.
- Art and perception
- Career guidance
- Digital cinema and projection
- Hardware algorithms
- Image-based techniques
- Public policy
- Real-time interaction
- Wireless applications
- Spotlight: Open-source computer graphics
To this end, as a spotlight focus this year, courses are encouraged to support,
challenge, design, and share open source to supplement the
learning process. Collective innovation is the long-time spirit of SIGGRAPH. Together we can accelerate
reaching newer frontiers built upon a foundation of excellence -- your excellence.
Step up and ignite a mindstorm! Your course will attract a
community of the very best minds in technology, art, science,
education, and industry. SIGGRAPH 2005 makes critical mass
possible. It all starts with you. Send a course proposal today!
SIGGRAPH 2005 Courses: Learning from Inspired Fusion.
John M. Fujii
SIGGRAPH 2005 Courses Chair