This one-day workshop will be held in conjunction with the Eurographics 2006 conference in Vienna, Austria. This workshop will continue the sequence of computer graphics education workshops over the last few years. These workshops and links to their reports are:
- 1999 Coimbra: http://www.siggraph.org/education/conferences/GVE99/papers/GVE.FullReport.pdf
- 2002 Bristol: http://www.siggraph.org/education/bristol/bristol.htm
- 2004 Hangzhou: http://www.siggraph.org/symposia/reports/Rep2004CGEworkshop.pdf
Each position paper should:
- be two to four pages long (standard single-spaced text),
- have a single author,
- describe the author's view on or experience with a topic that fits the theme of the workshop,
- be submitted electronically, to one of the workshop co-chairs, before April 28, 2006.
The workshop will include lunch, coffee breaks, and there will be a registration fee of 40 Euros to cover the expenses for these.
We encourage anyone interested in the workshop to consider attending the education programme at the Eurographics 06 conference whose announcement is at http://www.cg.tuwien.ac.at/events/EG06/education.php
A fairly good overview of the European Higher Education Area (from the Bologna declaration) can be found at http://www.wes.org/ewenr/04jan/Feature.htm
Jean-Jacques Bourdin, jj [at] ai.univ-paris8.fr, University of Paris 8, France
Steve Cunningham, rsc [at] cs.csustan.edu, Grinnell College, USA
Marta Fairén, mfairen [at] lsi.upc.edu, Polytechnic University of Catalunya, Spain