14th Workshop on Virtual Reality Interaction and Physical Simulation
April 15-16, 2018, Delft (The Netherlands)
Work-in-progress and Poster submission deadline ** March 27, 2018 **
We are currently accepting submissions to the Posters and Work-in-Progress sessions at VRIPHYS 2018. This is an excellent way to get feedback about your ongoing work and to exchange ideas with specialists at VRIPHYS 2018.
For its 14th edition, the workshop will be co-located with Eurographics 2018 in Delft. We also have the pleasure to welcome Alessandro TASORA (Univ. of Parma), Moritz BÄCHER (Disney Research), François FAURE (Anatoscope), Erwin COUMANS (Google Brain Team) and Xavier MERLHIOT (CEA) as invited speakers. Don’t miss it!
Work-in-Progress (WIP) Session
An oral session with short presentations (typically 15 min including discussion) will be organized for unpublished work and recent results. These presentations should focus on aspects related to virtual reality interaction and physics simulation. The presented work will not be included in the proceedings, thus allowing participants to get feedback about their work without preventing them from submitting their work later. This session is well suited for Ph.D. candidates and early career researchers.
Authors are also invited to submit proposals for poster presentations. Posters will be displayed during the conference and will form the focus of a posters session to be run in conjunction with one of the social events. We encourage submissions from all areas which may be of interest to the community. Authors of accepted posters are expected to present their work in-person at the conference.
Please send by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) an abstract (1-2 pages approx.) which must be formatted following the same guidelines as for the full papers by March 27, 2018. A preliminary version of the poster could also be sent if appropriate. Notification of acceptance will be sent within a few days.
For any questions concerning Poster and WIP submissions please contact:
** Poster/Work-in-Progress submission: March 27, 2018 **
Sheldon Andrews École de technologie supérieure, Montreal, Canada
Jan Bender RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Jérémie Dequidt Univ. Lille – INRIA North Europe, France
Kenny Erleben University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Fabrice Jaillet IUT Lyon 1, LIRIS, Lyon, France
Matthias Teschner University of Freiburg, Germany
Gabriel Zachmann University of Bremen, Germany
For more information, please visit https://vriphys2018.sciencesco
And see you in Delft!