Call for EuroGraphics 2022 Doctoral Consortium Submissions
The Eurographics Doctoral Consortium is a networking event that provides PhD students, working in all areas of computer graphics, with an excellent opportunity to present their work and interact with distinguished and experienced researchers in the field. They will receive feedback and mentoring, as well as a different perspective from senior researchers outside their home institution. In addition, the Doctoral Consortium provides a unique forum for PhD students to share their work and experience among their fellow PhD students. The Doctoral Consortium will take place within the Eurographics’2022 conference, April 25-29, 2022.
Who should apply?
PhD students working in all areas of computer graphics are encouraged to apply. We particularly encourage applications from students who are in the first half of their PhD work, especially those who already have a clear research direction (possibly with some published results), as they have sufficient time ahead to profit from their participation in the Doctoral Consortium. Students who are close to finishing their doctorate degree, or have very recently finished it, are also welcome to share their experience and to discuss their ongoing research and future research plans.
The applicants are strongly encouraged to consider submitting a poster of their work to the poster track in parallel.
|February 4th, 2022||Submission deadline|
|March 4th, 2022||Notification of acceptance|
|March 28th, 2022||Camera ready submission and video|
* All deadlines are at 23:59 UTC
Submission website: Eurographics Submission and Review Management (SRM) system.
Template: The format should be in accordance with Eurographics Author’s guidelines.
Eligible Doctoral Consortium students who would like to participate in the Doctoral Consortium should submit the following documents as a single PDF file:
- Research Statement: A 3-4 pages extended abstract summarizing their dissertation research, singly authored by themself. The submissions should NOT be anonymous. The use of figures is encouraged. This document should include:
- university doctoral program context in which the work is being conducted, including starting date and expected graduation date;
- motivation that drives the dissertation research;
- research objectives/questions;
- background and related work that informs the author’s research;
- research approach, methodology and proposed experiments (where appropriate);
- dissertation status and a description of the remaining work;
- current and expected contributions.
The research statement should transcend the scope of a single publication or project, and instead focus on the general research theme or agenda for the student’s PhD thesis.
- Supervisor’s letter of support: A one-page signed letter from the PhD student’s supervisor, supporting her/his participation in the Doctoral Consortium, and providing the following information:
- the student’s status with respect to the institution’s PhD requirements;
- the expected date of thesis/dissertation defense or graduation;
- why attendance at this Doctoral Consortium would be particularly beneficial to the student;
- what contributions the student is likely to make to the event if invited to attend.
- Curriculum vitae: A 1-2 pages CV plus the list of all publications.
All three documents must be written in English.
The review process is single-anonymous. The review and decision of acceptance will take into account: (1) Quality of the submission (potential contribution and impact of the research to the field of computer graphics) and the author’s stage of doctoral research; (2) the benefits of the consortium for the author’s PhD research; (3) the author’s contribution to the diversity of topics, backgrounds and profiles that will integrate the Consortium.
Each accepted author will be paired with a panelist, a senior researcher in her/his research field, with whom they will be interacting in a one-to-one manner.
All authors of accepted submissions are expected to attend the Doctoral Consortium, where they will present their work to a panel of experts, selected by the Doctoral Consortium co-chairs to match at best the topics related to the accepted submissions.
The doctoral consortium event will be a closed event with only the authors and the panelists present. The authors will start by presenting their work (around 10 minutes each) followed by discussion with the panelists and other authors. Afterwards, there will be time for one-to-one discussions between each author and their paired panelist.
Eurographics 2022 Doctoral Consortium Chairs
Julie Digne, LIRIS, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, CNRS, France
Noeska Smit, University of Bergen, Norway
For any questions concerning submissions, please do not hesitate to contact the doctoral consortium program co-chairs via email@example.com.