|Sibgrapi 2009 - Workshop on Education of Graphic Processing|
The WEPG 2009 will be held together with Sibgrapi 2009, the largest and most important Brazilian meeting in Computer Graphics, Image Processing, and Computer Vision. The purposes of WEPG 2009 are:
The "I Workshop on Computer Graphics and Education" was held at Escola Politécnica-USP, São Paulo, in February 2003, under organization of Prof. Marcelo Zuffo and sponsored by ACM SIGGRAPH. The "II Workshop on Computer Graphics and Education" (II WCG & Edu), was held in Manaus, Brazil, during Sibgrapi 2006. In a meeting during the II WCG&Edu it was decided to change the name of the workshop to "III Workshop on Education of Graphic Processing" (III WEPG). Then, the III WEPG was held in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, during Sibgrapi 2007. Profs. Marcelo da Silva Hounsell (LARVA-DCC-UDESC) and Marco Antonio Garcia de Carvalho (UNICAMP-CESET) were the co-chairs of the last two WEPG.
We cordially invite you to participate of WEPG 2009 by submitting your work in all areas of Computer Graphics, Image Processing and Computer Vision, including but not limited to the following topics:
The following criteria will be taken into account for the evaluation: expected interest to the workshop participants, originality, technical quality, presentation and conformity with the symposium standards. Submitted work must not have been published or under evaluation any where else.
All submitted works will be judged by at least two committee members. Accepted work will be included in the digital format of the Symposium Proceedings. Oral presentation is required.
Submission Deadline: July 13, 2009
The works submitted to Graphical Education can be written in Portuguese or English and must be formatted according to the instructions given on the Sibgrapi standard format. The contributions can be submitted in one of the following categories:
We recommend the authors to take a personal notebook in case of tools demonstrations.
How To Submit
Full papers and short papers should be submitted electronically in PostScript or PDF files. Please, do not send any other document format. Supplemental materials accompanying the work can be submitted electronically, but all materials should be zipped into a single file .ZIP. The submitted file can not exceed 20 MB. For formatation and submission proceedures, please refer to the submission instructions' page.
Sunday October 11th, 14:00-15:30
Adessowiki - Collaborative Programming for Teaching Image Processing
Teaching Graphics and Image Processing in the Scope of Information Engineering
Sunday October 11th, 16:00-17:30
Alexandre Falcão (UNICAMP), Carla M.D.S. Freitas (UFRGS), Luiz Velho (IMPA), Roberto A. Lotufo (UNICAMP)
A discussion panel entitled "Teaching Computer Graphics in Brazil" took place at the XIII Brazilian Symposium on Computer Graphics and Image Processing program (Sibgrapi 2000, Gramado-RS). At that time several points of view were discussed including Computer Graphics subjects and different strategies for teaching. Nine years after, this panel revisits that important debate, bringing together five renewed Brazilian professors to discuss, among others, the following topics: Computer Graphics subjects usually included in our main Computer Science curriculum; didactic tools available nowadays for teaching Computer Graphics; and the variety of technological courses that have emerged in recent years.