Author Info

1. Publication

Accepted papers will be published in paper book form, in the Eurographics Book Series, and on-line, through the Eurographics and ACM Digital Libraries. Therefore, they are required to be formated using the Eurographics style files.
Camera Ready Papers (deadline: July 27, 2004)
Authors are requested to prepare the camera ready versions of their papers, no longer than 10 pages, following the Eurographics Conference Paper Format Guidelines. You should use the LaTeX templates provided here. This is the preferred and encouraged format for all contributions, as it ensures the closest thing to correct formatting for publication. If you cannot use LaTeX, as a last resort, you may use an approximate MS-Word template.

Camera ready papers should be sent in PDF format and source format (LaTeX files...) in a single zip file by email to (subject= egmm2004: camera ready). Please name your file in the following format p_<1st author family name>.zip (e.g.
Copyright Forms
You also need to fill in a copyright assignment form, using the PDF model provided. Fax it to +49 531 3912103 and send it via surface mail to the EG Publications Board chair (see address on page 2 of the form). Please confirm to by the July 27 deadline that you have done this.

2. Registration

Each accepted paper should have, at least, one non-student registration, and the registration fee should be sent before July 30,2004. Otherwise, the paper will not be included in the Proceedings.

3. Presentation

We have scheduled 30 minutes for each paper presentation, including time for questions and answers (aprox. 5 min).

The presentation room will have a computer for the presenters. The computer will have Windows XP/2000 operating system with Powerpoint and Acrobat Reader.

Please bring your presentation on a CD or USB drive. Please take also a backup of your presentation if possible. Presenters may also plug-in their own laptops, but we strongly recommend to bring your presentation also on another media to avoid frustration in case your laptop refuses to talk to the projector.

China runs 220 Volts electricity. The plugs are Chinese type, compatible with Australian plugs (international plugs info). Please do not forget to bring power converters and adapters as needed for your laptops and other electrical equipments.