You will be notified of acceptance or rejection at the end of April 2020.
If your GGA is accepted, you must prepare and submit a revised, two-page abstract. This abstract must be submitted to TAPS by 8 May 2020. Please prepare your abstract using these templates and instructions. If your revised abstract is not delivered to TAPS by 8 May 2020, you may not be allowed to present at SIGGRAPH 2020.
After we receive your revised abstract, we will provide complete information on your 20-minute talk presentation, like time and location. We also will provide information on how to submit final versions of your accepted assignment and the deadlines for final updates.
You also must attend and present your work at SIGGRAPH 2020 in Washington, D.C. If you are unable to present, your talk will be canceled and your GGA will not be included in the archive.
After acceptance, the submission portal will allow you to update basic information about your work and upload any final materials for inclusion in the conference program. This information needs to be finalized two weeks after acceptance. Final versions of accepted work must be submitted before required deadlines (normally one week after acceptance notification). You will receive information on how to submit final versions of your accepted work and the deadlines for final updates.
The time and location of your talk will be posted on the SIGGRAPH 2020 website well in advance of the conference. As SIGGRAPH 2020 approaches, the session chair will contact you with further logistical details.
Registration and travel costs to attend SIGGRAPH 2020 are at your own expense; however, each accepted GGA receives recognition as specified in the SIGGRAPH 2020’s Recognition Policy.
Additional supplementary material will be submitted for archiving in the ACM Digital Library. This supplementary material will vary from assignment to assignment but typically includes handouts, documentation, starter code, data files, assets, and example solutions.