March 29-30, 2009 - Munich, Germany
  Call For Papers
Parallel computing in its various guises is becoming ubiquitous, and any form of efficient computation has begun to require some aspect of parallelization. This is particularly pronounced in the computationally demanding disciplines of computer graphics and visualization as witnessed by the development and rise of the largely parallel GPU and more recently with multi-core technologies.

We are proud to announce the 9th Eurographics Symposium on Parallel Graphics and Visualization. EGPGV is the sole symposium on parallel graphics and visualization presenting state of the art methods and technologies. The aim of this symposium is to encourage an exchange of knowledge and experience in parallel and distributed computing and its application to all aspects of computer graphics and data visualization.

All papers should have some aspect of parallel graphics and visualization related to
- clusters
- distributed systems
- grid environments
- shared memory computing
- multi-core architectures
- clusters of GPUs
- theoretical models
- other parallel architectures

We welcome topics relevant to parallel graphics and visualization (but not limited to):
- Visualization and graphics for scientific, engineering and commercial applications
- Out of core rendering using distributed memory management
- Parallel programming
- Scheduling and memory management for graphics and visualization applications
- Efficient graphics
- Large and high resolution displays
- Photo-realistic rendering
- Volume rendering
- Data coherence in graphics algorithms
- Large data set visualization
- Realistic rendering of large models
- Large scale simulations and graphics rendering
- Simulations for interactive applications
- Parallelism within GPU architectures
- GPGPU applications
- Multimodal applications
- Other aspects of computer graphics and visualization

The proceedings of the Symposium will be published in the Eurographics Proceedings Series and on the Eurographics Digital Library.

The authors of up to three of the best papers of the Symposium will be invited to submit extended versions of their papers to IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics.