PUC-Rio de Janeiro

Thank you for your participation! We had a wonderful Sibgrapi!
We hope to see you (again) at the next Sibgrapi's 2010, 2011...

The XXIInd Brazilian Symposium on Computer Graphics and Image Processing (Sibgrapi 2009) will be held at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), Brazil between October 11th and 14th, 2009. The Sibgrapi is promoted by SBC through the cegrapi committee, and in cooperation with the Eurographics Association.

Sibgrapi is the most important Brazilian meeting in Computer Graphics, Image Processing, and Computer Vision. Started in 1988, this will be its 22nd edition. The Sibgrapi 2009 is being organized jointly by the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio / Mathematics) and Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF / Computation). Information on past Sibgrapi events can be found at the cegrapi committee page.

Attesting the quality of the Sibgrapi, the proceedings of the previous editions are available on-line at IEEE Xplore, and have been published by the IEEE Computer Society Press from 1997 to 2008. Moreover, special effort has been made to publish extended versions of the best papers in special issues of well qualified journals of the related areas. In particular, extended versions of the best papers of  previous Sibgrapi have been published in special issues of:

  • Image and Vision Computing (in 2003),
  • Pattern Analysis and Applications (in 2004),
  • Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics (in 2004),
  • Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision (in 2006),
  • Pattern Recognition Letters (in 2007, 2008).
  • Computer Graphics Forum,
  • The Visual Computer,
  • Computers & Graphics.

General Chairs

Thomas Lewiner & Esteban Clua

Acknowledgements

We would like to thank the many people who helped us to organize this event:

  • The Brazilian Computer Society, in particular Karin Breitman (PUC-Rio) for her help all along the preparation of the event.
  • The cegrapi committee, in particular Olga P. Bellon (UFPR) for her support and incentive.
  • The Eurographics Association, in particular Roberto Scopigno for his warm welcoming of the cooperation agreement.
  • SBGames, in particular Bruno Feijó and Maria Chagas (PUC-Rio) for their close cooperation.
  • Petrobras, in particular Luciano Reis (CENPES) for his untiring efforts in searching for funding, and Enio Russo (E&P) for his lead in the petroleum workshop.
  • CNPq, FAPERJ, CAPES, INRIA, Instituto Nacional de Ciência e Tecnologia de Matemática, PUC-Rio and UFF for their financial support.
  • PUC-Rio, in particular Gustavo Miranda and Jefferson Santos (GRU) for their help with the registration system, and Santana Maria for her efficiency.
  • The department of Mathematics of PUC-Rio, in particular Otávio Barros , Creuza Nascimento and Kátia Aguiar for their everyday help, and all the professors for their friendly support.
  • The Matmidia Lab, all of it, for everything, with special thanks to SInésio Pesco for his careful help.
  • Adelailson Peixoto (UFAL) and Alex Laier (PUC-Rio) for their help with the graphic design.
  • The invited speakers, chairs and presenters for offering to this event its main content.

Thomas Lewiner & Esteban Clua


Organizing Committee

  • Thomas Lewiner (PUC-Rio)
  • Exteban Clua (UFF)
  • Clarissa Codá (PUC-Rio)
  • Maria de Andrade (PUC-Rio)
  • Renata Thomaz (PUC-Rio)

Local Volunteers

  • Alex Laier (PUC-Rio / Math)
  • Allan Rocha (PUC-Rio / CS)
  • Andrea Lins (PUC-Rio / Math)
  • Diego Mota Lima (PUC-Rio / Math)
  • Erick Passos (UFF / CS)
  • João Gabriel (UFF / CS)
  • João Paixão (PUC-Rio / Math)
  • Jonh Carvalho (UFF / CS)
  • José Ricardo (UFF / CS)
  • Kellem Correa Santos (IME)
  • Leandro Souza (PUC-Rio / Math)
  • Leonardo Benevides (PUC-Rio / CS)
  • Leonardo Soares Motta (UFF / CS)
  • Lis Ingrid (PUC-Rio / Math)
  • Luana Sá (PUC-Rio / Math)
  • Marcelo Zamith (UFF / CS)
  • Marcos Lage (PUC-Rio / Math)
  • Micheli Knechtel (UFF / CS)
  • Mônica Baptista (UFF / CS)
  • Roger Resmini (UFF / CS)
  • Simone Xisto (UFF / CS)
  • Thales Vieira (PUC-Rio / Math)