How to prepare and submit papers to EuroCG

Submission Format

We invite authors to submit extended abstracts reporting original research and recent developments in topics related to the workshop. Every submission should have a suitable list of references, citing the most important related work.

There is a limited refereeing process, to make sure that the presented papers are in scope and meet some minimal standards. EuroCG does not have formally reviewed proceedings. The 4-page abstracts of the accepted papers will be made available in printed form to the workshop participants; they will also be made available through the EuroCG website. The booklet of abstracts does not have an ISBN number, and its content - just like the pdf files of abstracts available on the EuroCG websites - should be regarded as a collection of preprints. Therefore, results presented at EuroCG are often also submitted to peer-reviewed conferences and/or journals.

Papers must be formatted according to the EuroCG style (using the eurocg11.cls LaTeX class kindly provided by Bettina Speckmann) and must not exceed 4 pages (two columns). The mandatory submission format is PDF. Here is an example file (example.tex).

Submission server

Submissions should be contributed using the EasyChair system ( Submissions are due on January 9, 2011, 11:59 PM HST (GMT-10).

Final Versions

The final versions are due on or before February 18, 2011, 11:59 PM HST (GMT-10). The final version must also use the EuroCG style file and it must not exceed four pages. Accepted papers will appear in a booklet which will be distributed among the participants and made available online through the EuroCG 2011 web page. For every accepted submission one of the authors must attend the workshop and present the paper there.

Special Issue

Update: The special issue appeared as Volume 47, Number 6, in August 2014.

Selected papers from EuroCG 2011 will be considered for a special issue of the journal Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications (CGTA).