As one of the oldest International Computer Graphics conferences in the world, Computer Graphics International (CGI) has been a major conference in the area. You are invited to participate in the CGI'11 conference, which will be held in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on June 12-15, 2011.
On June 12, there is a workshop on VFX, Computer Animation, and Stereo Movie Generation and the main conference will be on June 13-15.

Located on the border of Anglophone and Francophone of Canada Ottawa is one of the most beautiful G8 capitals in the world and has been selected as the Best Place to Live 2010 in Canada. Ottawa is also rich in culture and heritage with parklands, waterways and historic architecture; notably the Rideau Canal, Ontario's first UNESCO World Heritage Site, which becomes the world's largest naturally frozen skating rink in winter. The historic Parliament Hill is the seat of Canada's national government. Besides being a travellers’ attraction on its own, it is also near other popular cities such as Montreal, Toronto, Quebec City and Niagara Falls.

[Full paper acceptance rate] We received 220 valid submissions and 53 full papers have been chosen making the acceptance rate be 24%. 35 best papers have been selected out of the full papers and the acceptance rate is less 16%.

[Registration is open] Please go to registration page to process.

Paper publication

The 30~35 best accepted FULL papers are published in the Visual Computer at the time of the Conference. Next best accepted FULL papers appear in the electronic proceedings with ISBN and they are also invited to submit, after the conference, an improved version for the Visual Computer.

[Proceedings] The conference proceedings are available here

Invited Speakers

Michiel van de Panne
David Baraff
Jarek Rossignac

Prof. Michiel van de Panne

Department of Computer Science
University of British Columbia

Dr. David Baraff

Pixar Animation Studios
Richmond, CA

Prof. Jarek Rossignac

School of Interactive Computing
College of Computing
Georgia Tech

Conference Sponsors

Computer Graphics ++ Autodesk Carleton University
Korea University

University of Ottawa