The 10th Asian Forum on Graphic Science (AFGS2015) will be held in Bangkok, Thailand. The AFGS 2015 aims at providing a forum for presentation and discussion of both academic and industrial research involving computer graphics and graphics education as well as other related fields.
The forum will be hosted by King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi and sponsored by Japan Society for Graphic Science (JSGS) in corporate with China Graphics Society (CGS) and International Scociety for Geometry and Graphics (ISGG). The official conference language is English. Each presentation for technical sessions will be about 15 minutes long.
Prospective authors are invited to submit extended abstracts related to the topics including (but not limited to):
- Graphics Education
- Education of Descriptive Geometry and Graphics.
- Education Technology Research.
- Educational Software Development, E-learning.
- Computer Graphics
- Computer Animation and Game.
- Geometric and Solid Modeling, Product Modeling, Image Synthesis.
- Pattern Recognition, Digital Image Processing.
- Scientific and Technical Visualization.
- Applied Geometry and Graphics
- Product Modeling, Computer Aided Design and Drafting.
- Modeling of Objects, Phenomena and Processes.
- Application of Geometry in Arts, Sciences, Architecture and Engineering.
- Geometric Aspects of Technical Art and Design.
- Modern Graphics Technology and Application.
- Theoretical Graphics and Geometry
- Theoretical Graphics; Geometry of Curves and Surfaces.
- Kinematics Geometry; Descriptive Geometry.
- Computer Aided Geometric Design.
- Computational Geometry.
There can be a limited number of lectures, and the contributions must be pre-selected through the review process. An extended abstract must be maximum of 2 pages with 300 to 500 words including figures. All the extended abstract along with some accepted full paper will appear in the conference proceedings with CD-ROM format.
Selected papers will be published in CADDM (English journal of China Graphics Society) at authors' requests.