Submissions to the Web Program will be reviewed by a jury of industry experts.
Selection decisions will consider several criteria, including:
Quality of abstracts and submissions
Submitters should hear the results of the jury process by May 2005.
Level of speaker expertise
If your submission is accepted by SIGGRAPH 2005, 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 2005. If we do not receive your completed, signed Acceptance
Agreement, your work cannot be presented at SIGGRAPH 2005.
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 2005 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 information (which you may decline).
You will also be asked to provide any late-breaking revisions to your submitted
abstract or visuals. They will be published as a historical record of your participation
in the SIGGRAPH 2005 Web Program.
A summary of what you will receive if your work is accepted by SIGGRAPH 2005. Images and text
of selected projects or works from your portfolio will be published in the SIGGRAPH 2005
Conference Select CD-ROM and Full Conference DVD-ROM.