May, 9 2005: Conference program now includes information about two conference panels (on "Research Initiatives and Funding Opportunities" and on "Mobile Graphics") and  two invited talks (by Demetri Terzopoulos and by Peter Shirley). 

Registration system is now open. Please follow corresponding link for more information

The COMPUTER GRAPHICS SOCIETY (CGS) is pleased to announce the COMPUTER GRAPHICS INTERNATIONAL 2005 (CGI2005) Conference to be held in Stony Brook, New York, USA, June 22-24, 2005. The conference will be hosted by the Center for Visual Computing (CVC) and Computer Science Department, Stony Brook University.

Close by the historic village of Stony Brook at the geographic midpoint of New York's Long Island, the University campus lies about 60 miles east of Manhattan. It is only a short distance to the beaches at Fire Island, the elegant resorts of the Hamptons, and the vineyards of the East End. The internationally recognized research facilities of Brookhaven National Laboratory and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory are nearby.

CGI 2005 is co-sponsored by IEEE Computer Society TC-VG, Eurographics, and Stony Brook CVC, in cooperation with ACM SIGGRAPH (pending)

CGI 2005 gratefully acknowledges support from Silicon Graphics, Inc. and Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories.

This year, CGI05 will be part of Stony Brook Graphics Week, consisting of CGI05, International Workshop on Volume Graphics 2005 and the Point-Based Rendering Symposium 2005.
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Latest Update:  Conference program now includes panel info
CGI 2005 page was last modified May 9, 2005.