15 - 18 October 2001, Florianópolis, Brazil
Technical posters are one-page contributions that describe ongoing research and development projects or other technical information of potential interest to the SIBGRAPI public.
The posters will be judged for their legibility, their expected interest to the Symposium participants, their potential to foster technical cooperation and information exchange, and their conformity with the symposium style standards.
The clarity and succintness of the text are also important, since it is expected that there are no substantial changes between the submitted text and the final version.
Submit the posters electronically by e-mail or by uploading zipped (either UNIX gzip or Winzip) Postscript or PDF files as follows:
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Uploaded filename: (if applied)
Email for notification:
Abstract (5 to 10 lines):
Key Words (at least 3):
At least one author of each accepted poster must register for the Symposium to have the poster published.
Posters that are accepted will be printed in the Symposium Proceedings, and may be made available in electronic form through WWW---either at the Symposium's site or at the Publisher's, depending on copyright issues to be resolved.
In case of questions please feel free to contact the Program Co-Chairs.Prof. Wu, Shin - Ting