|12 Nov 2014 through 14 Nov 2014|
|18 Aug 2014|
|Physical Science & Math > Mathematics|
The symposium MEIS gives a unique venue where mathematicians, computer graphics researchers, and those who work in industry gather to share and discuss their contemporary issues and future collaborative projects.
The first MEIS (http://mcg.imi.kyushu-u.ac.jp/meis2013/?lang=en) was a great success with a variety of subjects, such as character deformation/ animation, spherical harmonic lighting, fluid control, 2D/3D image analysis/synthesis, and visual illusion, as well as the outstanding invited speakers in computer graphics, vision, and digital production industry.
This year MEIS will have more industry topics and deeper mathematics. We would therefore like to seek for the prospective papers and posters that suit for the scope of MEIS.
We welcome original research papers or surveys from academia/industries. The papers relevant to the interaction between mathematics and CG would be desired, but not mandatory. Any topic that the authors believe attracts the attendees of MEIS2014 is appreciated. In addition we’ll be grateful to have case-study papers from industry, which describe the project/product that have a close relation with the development in mathematics or/and CG as well as more expectations on their future.
Submission Due: August 18th
The topics suited for poster presentation are the same as those for papers. We welcome researchers/ practitioners who will present their finished/ongoing work, sharing and discussing ideas, through their posters.
Submission Due: September 1st
All accepted papers and posters will be included in the conference proceedings, and published as a volume of Mathematics-for-Industry Lecture Notes series, Kyushu University. Selected works from the accepted papers will further be published as a volume in the Mathematics For Industry series by Springer. High quality short papers, which originally describes the posters at MEIS2014, will also be selected to have extended versions in this volume.
23 October 2014
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