In 2005, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, will play host to Eurographics,
the 26th annual conference of the European Association for Computer Graphics.
Monday, August 29th - Friday, September 2nd, 2005
Eurographics is the leading international organisation purely devoted to the
needs of professionals in computer graphics and all related visual disciplines. Trinity
College Dublin is a fitting location for the annual conference as it is
home to the legendary Book of Kells. This book is one of the finest examples of
illuminated manuscripts in the world and, dating back to 800 AD, one of the
world's earliest examples of graphic art.
Against this rich backdrop, the international graphics community will gather in Dublin
to discuss the future and grand challenges for computer graphics in the 21st century.
Three keynote speakers will address this evolutionary theme from their own varied perspectives. The conference will take place in the TCD conference centre and will include a banquet in the Old Dining Hall. As well as the usual prestigious peer-reviewed program of papers, tutorials, state of the art reports, short papers, animations and multimedia, Eurographics 2005 will also include an Industry program and the EG2005 medical prize.
APGV 2005: the Second Symposium on Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization (APGV 05), 26-28 August 2005. Co-located with ECVP 2005, the European Conference on Visual Perception, A Coruņa, Spain.
GD 2005: The 13th International Symposium on Graph Drawing 2005, Sept'12-14 2005, Limerick, Ireland.