Graphics Interface is the Canadian annual conference devoted to computer graphics, interactive systems, and human-computer interaction. It is the oldest regularly-scheduled computer graphics and human-computer interaction conference; the first conference was held in 1969.
The annual Michael A. J. Sweeney Award for best student paper.
Electronic proceedings and online papers: GI 2003, GI 2002, GI 2001, GI 2000, GI'99, GI'98, GI'97, GI'96
Some collected papers from before 1996. If you can make contributions to this collection, please send mail to the address at the bottom of the page.
Hardcopy proceedings are available from A K Peters.
GI bibtex bibliography from 1971 to 2001: as HTML, as gzipped text
Tables of contents:
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.)
Dates and locations of past GIs
Invited speakers of past GIs
Canadian graphics labs and Canadian graphics companies.
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.