SGP 2022

SGP 2022

July 4-6 2022

Due to the volatile development of the pandemic situation, the SGP steering committee is still discussing and considering in which format (in person vs. virtual vs. hybrid) SGP 2022 should be held. This is why we can only announce the topics, dates, and the organizing team at this point. Please check this web-page for updates in the coming weeks.

The Eurographics Symposium on Geometry Processing (SGP) is the premier venue for disseminating new research ideas and cutting-edge results in digital geometry processing. In this research area, concepts from mathematics, computer science, and engineering are studied and applied to offer new insights and design efficient algorithms for acquisition, modeling, analysis, manipulation, simulation and other types of processing of 3D models and shape collections.

Continuing a successful tradition from previous years, SGP will also offer a Graduate School on July 2nd and 3rd, targeted at students and researchers new to the field. Courses will be taught by leading experts and complemented by interactive demonstrations to provide in-depth knowledge of recent and fundamental aspects of geometry processing.

We invite submissions related to, but not limited to, the following topics:

  • Acquisition and reconstruction
  • Analysis and fabrication for 3D printing
  • Architectural geometry
  • Discrete differential geometry
  • Exploration of shape collections
  • Geometry and topology representations
  • Geometry compression
  • Geometric deep learning
  • Geometry processing applications
  • Interactive techniques
  • Meshing and remeshing
  • Multiresolution modeling
  • Multimodal shape processing
  • Processing of massive geometric datasets
  • Geometric representations for machine learning
  • (Data-driven) Shape analysis and synthesis
  • Simulation and animation
  • Smoothing, filtering, and denoising
  • Surface and volume parameterization and deformation

Important Dates in 2022

Paper submission: April 11
Notification: May 30
Revised version due: June 10
Camera ready version due: June 20
Graduate School: July 2–3
Conference: July 4–6

Program Chairs

Marcel Campen (Osnabrück University)
Michela Spagnuolo (CNR)

Graduate School Chairs

Ruizhen Hu (Shenzhen University)
Teseo Schneider (University of Victoria)

SGP Steering Committee

Leif Kobbelt (RWTH Aachen University) [chair]
Marc Alexa (TU Berlin)
Pierre Alliez (INRIA)
Mirela Ben-Chen (Technion-IIT)
Hui Huang (Shenzhen University)
Niloy Mitra (UCL)
Daniele Panozzo (NYU)

Members of the
International Program Committee

  • Noam Aigerman, Adobe Research
  • Marc Alexa, TU Berlin
  • Pierre Alliez, Inria Sophia Antipolis
  • Marco Attene, CNR - IMATI
  • Omri Azencot, Ben-Gurion University
  • Alexander Belyaev, Heriot-Watt University
  • Mirela Ben-Chen, Technion - IIT
  • Bedrich Benes, Purdue University
  • David Bommes, University of Bern
  • Mario Botsch, TU Dortmund
  • Tamy Boubekeur, Adobe Research
  • Raphaelle Chaine, LIRIS - CNRS
  • Siddhartha Chaudhuri, Adobe Research
  • Renjie Chen, University of Science and Technology of China
  • Edward Chien, Boston University
  • Paolo Cignoni, ISTI - CNR
  • David Cohen-Steiner, INRIA
  • Tamal Dey, Purdue University
  • Olga Diamanti, TU Graz
  • Julie Digne, LIRIS - CNRS
  • John A. Evans, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Xifeng Gao, Florida State University
  • Yotam Gingold, George Mason University
  • Daniela Giorgi, National Research Council of Italy
  • Eitan Grinspun, Columbia University
  • Paul Guerrero, Adobe Research
  • Rana Hanocka, University of Chicago
  • Ying He, Nanyang Technological University
  • Philipp Herholz, ETH Zurich
  • Klaus Hildebrandt, TU Delft
  • Hugues Hoppe,
  • Kai Hormann, Università della Svizzera italiana
  • Jin Huang, Zhejiang University
  • Alec Jacobson, University of Toronto
  • Tao Ju, Washington University in St. Louis
  • Misha Kazhdan, Johns Hopkins University
  • John Keyser, Texas A&M University
  • Vladimir Kim, Adobe
  • Leif Kobbelt, RWTH Aachen University
  • Mina Konaković Luković, MIT
  • Jiri Kosinka, University of Groningen
  • Isaak Lim, RWTH Aachen University
  • Ligang Liu, University of Science and Technology of China
  • Yang Liu, Microsoft Research Asia
  • Marco Livesu, IMATI - CNR
  • Luigi Malomo, ISTI - CNR
  • Nicolas Mellado, CNRS - IRIT
  • Pooran Memari, CNRS, LIX, Ecole Polytechnique
  • Przemyslaw Musialski, New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • Maks Ovsjanikov, Ecole Polytechnique
  • Julian Panetta, University of California, Davis
  • Daniele Panozzo, NYU
  • Giuseppe Patane, CNR - IMATI
  • Jorg Peters, University of Florida
  • Konrad Polthier, FU Berlin
  • Roi Poranne, ETH Zurich
  • Reinhold Preiner, TU Graz
  • Enrico Puppo, University of Genoa
  • Emanuele Rodola, Sapienza University of Rome
  • Martin Rumpf, Bonn University
  • Leonardo Sacht, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
  • Scott Schaefer, Texas A&M University
  • Ryan Schmidt, Autodesk Research
  • Teseo Schneider, University of Victoria
  • Peter Schröder, Caltech
  • Nicholas Sharp, University of Toronto
  • Justin Solomon, MIT
  • Olga Sorkine-Hornung, ETH Zurich
  • Oded Stein, MIT
  • Hao Su, UC San Diego
  • Kenshi Takayama, National Institute of Informatics
  • Chengcheng Tang, Facebook
  • Jean-Marc Thiery, Adobe Research
  • Bernhard Thomaszewski, University of Montreal
  • Amir Vaxman, Utrecht University
  • Etienne Vouga, UT Austin
  • Johannes Wallner, TU Graz
  • Michael Wand, University of Mainz
  • Ofir Weber, Bar-Ilan University
  • Kai Xu, National University of Defense Technology
  • Yongliang Yang, University of Bath
  • Hao (Richard) Zhang, Simon Fraser University
  • Eugene Zhang, Oregon State University
  • Qingnan Zhou, Adobe Research
  • Further details to come ...