Graphics Interface (GI) is an annual international conference devoted to computer graphics and human-computer interaction (HCI). With a graphics track and an HCI track having equal weights in the conference, GI offers a unique venue for a meeting of minds working on computer graphics and interactive techniques. GI is the longest running conference in the field (the first conference was held in 1969), consistently attracting high-quality submissions from graphics, HCI, as well as visualization.
In recent years, GI has been held in conjunction with Computer and Robot Vision (CRV) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). A single registration provides access to all keynotes, invited and paper talks, as well as a common poster and demo session of the three conferences.
NEW in GI 2015: The extended line-up of featured talks include two keynotes and seven invited talks covering graphics, HCI, and visualization, as well as three award talks given by winners of the 2015 CHCCS Achievement Award and the 2014 Bill Buxton and Alain Fournier Ph.D. Dissertation awards.
2015 web site: http://www.graphicsinterface.org/2015/
Paper deadline: December 19, 2014
Author notification: February 26, 2015
Final papers due: March 13, 2015
Poster deadline: March 20, 2015
Poster notification: April 3, 2015
Conference dates: June 3-5, 2015
Alain Fournier Award
The annual Michael A. J. Sweeney Award for best student paper.
Tables of contents and some online papers: GI 2014, GI 2013, GI 2012, GI 2011, GI 2010, GI 2009, GI 2008, GI 2007, GI 2006, GI 2005, GI 2004, GI 2003, GI 2002, GI 2001, GI 2000, GI'99, GI'98, GI'97, GI'96, GI'95, GI'94, GI'93, GI'92, GI'91, GI'90, GI'89, GI'88, GI'87, GI'86, GI'85, GI'84, GI'83, GI'82, CMCCC'81, CMCCC'79, CMCCC'77, CMCCC'75, CMCCC'73, CMCCC'71, CMCCC'69 (CMCCC, the Canadian Man-Computer Communications Conference, is GI's precursor.)
GI bibtex bibliography from 1971 to 2001: as HTML, as gzipped text
Dates and locations of past GIs
Invited speakers of past GIs
Canadian graphics labs.
Graphics Interface, Vision Interface, and the Canadian Artificial Intelligence Conference are held annually as joint conferences on computer graphics, human-computer interaction, vision and image processing.
Graphics Interface is sponsored by the Canadian Human-Computer Communications Society. Vision Interface is sponsored by the Canadian Image Processing and Pattern Recognition Society and the Canadian Artificial Intelligence Conference is sponsored by the Canadian Society for the Computational Studies of Intelligence.