International Symposium

Computer Aided Geometric Design & Graphics, CAGDAG

Computer-Aided techniques for Geometric Modeling & Design and Computer Graphics are extremely useful tools in a number of industrial settings. Specifically, the applications oriented with such techniques, to current problems, have grown at a large scale. In addition to its critical importance in the traditional fields of automobile and aircraft manufacturing, shipbuilding, and general product design, more recently, these methods have also proven to be indispensable in a variety of modern industries, including computer vision, robotics, medical imaging, visualization, and even media.

The purpose of the Computer Aided Geometric Design and Graphics (CAGDAG) symposium is to focus on interdisciplinary methods and affiliate research done among various disciplines with the goal of stimulating views and providing a forum where academicians, researchers, and practitioners can discuss the latest developments linked to Computer Aided Geometric Design and Computer Graphics.

Papers presenting original research with the theme of CAGDAG are being sought. Scope of the symposium topics includes but not limited to:

§  Foundations of CAGD

§  Curves, Surfaces and Volumes

§  Geometric Modeling

§  Solid Modeling

§  Physically Based Modeling

§  Interpolation and Approximation

§  Fitting and Smoothing

§  Blending

§  Algorithms

§  Visualization& CAGD

§  Autonomous Agents

§  Manufacturing Geometry

§  Computational Geometry

§  Reverse Engineering

§  Computer Aided Design (CAD)

§  Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)

§  Foundations of Computer Graphics

§  Font Design

§  Multi-resolution Methods

§  Geometric Transformations

§  Mesh Processing

§  Shape Abstraction and Modeling

§  Shape Analysis and Description

§  Applications in car, plane, ship, and other industries

§  Animation

§  Visualization in Graphics

§  Virtual Reality

§  Scene and object modeling

§  Rendering Techniques

§  Virtual Reality

§  Scene and object modeling

§  Graphical Models and Transforms

§  Display techniques

§  Data structures and databases for CAGDAG

§  Digital Graphics

§  Multimedia

§  Systems and Tools in CAGDAG

§  Applications in CAGDAG

§  Internet Applications

§  Education, Engineering, and Medical Applications

Submission Deadlines: http://www.graphicslink.co.uk/cgiv2012/DATES.htm

Submission guidelines and instructions at: http://www.graphicslink.co.uk/cgiv2012/PAPERS.htm

 

Special Post Conference Publications

In addition to the regular IEEE Edited Book proceedings, it has been planned to have the following Two Special Journal Issues for the selected papers:

 

International Journal of Computer Vision and Image Processing (IJCVIP) (http://www.igi-global.com/bookstore/titledetails.aspx?TitleId=1181)

 

www.graphicslink.co.uk/cgiv2012/CAGDAG.htm

All submissions should be addressed to:

Professor Muhammad Sarfraz,

Chairman, cgivCAGDAG’2012,

Department of Information Science,

Kuwait University,

Safat # 5969, Kuwait 13060.

Tel.     : +965-4983109

Fax.    : +965-4983109

Email   : prof.m.sarfraz@gmail.com 

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