The SIGGRAPH Posters program seeks individuals and teams researching cutting-edge techniques and innovations that expand the field of computer graphics and interactive techniques. We invite researchers, artists, academics, students, and practitioners to join our forum showcasing a range of topics, applications, and case studies with the goal of inspiring our community and fostering discourse.
Everyone is welcome to submit to the Posters program. The strongest posters show interesting and innovative work with a clear hypothesis, demonstrative results from experimentation, and a concise corollary of findings. Accepted submitters will have the opportunity to present their work, receive feedback, be inspired by others, and network with researchers and industry professionals at SIGGRAPH 2020.
Students also are encouraged to submit to the Student Research Competition for the chance to win a prize, be recognized, and progress to the ACM Student Research Competition Grand Finals!
COVID-19 Update: Concerns about the health and safety of conference participants as well as recent news that the Walter E. Washington Convention Center has been designated a future alternate care site during the COVID-19 pandemic make it impossible to host SIGGRAPH 2020 in Washington, D.C. as planned. With this development, we have decided to move to a virtual conference format. Details on this new virtual experience are in the works and we are confident that we will deliver a strong conference that celebrates this year’s advancements and achievements in computer graphics and interactive techniques. Rest assured, if your work is accepted and you are a registered contributor, you will have the opportunity to share your work and have it included in the ACM Digital Library.
Submit your ideas for SIGGRAPH Posters today.