SMI 2012
Shape Modeling International 2012
May 22-25 2012
College Station, Texas, USA
Technical Papers Sculpting/Fabrication Papers Courses Exhibition
Technical Paper Submission Sculpting/Fabrication Papers Course Submission Submission for Exhibition
Venue Registration Travel Accomodations
Presentation Videos Conference Program
Technical Papers Committee Sculpting/Fabrication Committee Courses Committee Exhibition Committee
Helmut Pottman Greg N. Frederickson Carlo Séquin
SMI'2013, Bournemouth, GB SMI'2011, Herzia, Israel SMI'2010, Aix-En Provence, France SMI'2009, Beinjin, China SMI'2008, Stony Brook, NW, USA SMI'2007, Lyon, France SMI'2006, Matsushima, Japan SMI'2005, Cambridge, MA, USA SMI'2004, Genova, Italy SMI'2003, Seoul Korea SMI'2002, Banff, Alberta, Canada SMI'2001, Genoa, Italy SMI'1999, Aizu, Japan SMI'1997, Aizu, Japan Shape Modeling 1994, Aizu, Japan

Course/Workshop/Tutorial Proposal Submission
  • Prepare your proposal as a word or pdf file that provide the following information:
    • Basic submission information, including lecturer(s)' names, affiliations, and contact information, as well as title of the course.
    • One "representative image".
    • Course Description, Syllabus/Schedule including duration of topic sections and lecturers.
    • Length of the course (2 hours or 4 hours).
    • Intended audience, prerequisites, and level of difficulty.
    • Short bios for each of your lecturers or panelists. At most, a course could consist of a moderator and 3-4 lecturers. We recommend one lecturer for a 2-hour course and two lecturers for a 4-hour course.
    • Sample of course notes. This is an outline of materials and a representative sample of the type of Courses Notes that you plan to provide if your course is accepted. The review sample need not be long or complete, but it should be clear and concise, and it should demonstrate the expected quality of the learning materials that will be available during and after the conference.
  • There is no formatting guidelines since this proposals will not formally be published.
  • Processing of the proposals is handled by an automatic online system called EasyChair:

  • Go to that website and on your first visit click on the I have no EasyChair account button.
  • Follow the instructions to create an account.
  • After you have created an EasyChair account, log in and click on New Submission.
  • Follow the instructions exactly to enter the information about your paper:
    • Enter the Author information.
    • In the box for Title, paste a copy of the title which is in your paper.
    • In the box for Abstract, paste a copy of the abstract which is in your paper. (This allows a conference program to be generated automatically without our having to open each paper and copy out the abstract.)
    • Choose the most appropriate category from the list available or check none of the above.
    • List Keywords which people might use if searching for your paper.
    • To enter the actual .doc or .pdf file, click Browse (to the right of File) and select the file name from the directory on your computer where you store it.
    • If you feel the reviewers should see an auxiliary data file of some sort, e.g., a data or music file which goes along with your paper, you can compress it into a .zip file and enter it as the attachment. Most papers do not need any attachment, so the field can be left blank.
    • Click Submit Paper and wait for your file to be uploaded.
  • After your paper is submitted, you can still go back to EasyChair and Resubmit it to change the information or upload an improved version.
  • If you have difficulties with the electronic submission or if your file is over 20MB and you can not reduce it, please contact with program chairs.

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