ACM Symposium on Solid Modeling and Applications (SM)

The technical program of the 2004 ACM Symposium on Solid Modeling and Applications will be chaired by Gershon Elber and Gabriel Taubin. It is primarily focused on the design, representation, transmission, analysis, visualization, and animation of informationally complete models of physical shapes and of their properties. Although much of the past research was concerned with models of manufactured parts or processes, the Symposium is seeking to expand the applications of solid modeling beyond CAD/CAM, to domains such as medicine, biology, and geo-sciences.

The submission schedule for the Solid Modeling symposium is:

The conference web site is HERE.
For any further information on the conference, please consult the
SMI04 section under the main convention web site.

October 1, 2003:

Abstracts due

November 1, 2003:

Full papers due

February 15, 2004:

Notice of acceptance and reviews

March 31, 2004:

Final camera-ready papers and extended abstracts due

The conference programme is available HERE.
For any further information on the conference, please consult the
SM04 section under the main convention web site.

After the conference, selected papers will be invited for a special issue of a major journal devoted to the conference results. In the past, these special issues have appeared in Computer Aided Design, in the IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, and in the Journal of Computational Geometry and Applications.

Solidworks Corporation sponsors the Best Paper Award for the 2004 ACM Solid Modeling and Applications Symposium in the amount of USD $3,000.  The award will be presented during thesymposium