Workshop of Undergraduate Works (WUW)
Call for the Workshop of Undergraduate Works
The main goals of the Workshop of Undergraduate Works (WUW) are to motivate undergraduate students involved in research projects on Computer Graphics, Image Processing and Computer Vision to attend the SIBGRAPI conference and to provide opportunities and environment for these students to present and discuss their research among them and with experts in the area. Works may be submitted by any student currently enrolled in an undergraduate program or by those who have graduated in the past 12 months. The work can be authored by one or more students but must have a professor responsible for the research in the list of authors. Thus, each paper must have at least two authors (one being the student’s advisor). Accepted works will be presented in poster sessions.
The WUW program committee will evaluate the submitted works regarding the following criteria: originality, technical quality, research contribution, and presentation. While the scientific contribution of the submission may be smaller than that of the full papers track, it is expected that a WUW submission includes a complete work with methodology and results. Submissions without at least preliminary results will be rejected. Awards will be given for the best works presented at the WUW poster session. Only works presented by a student author are eligible for the award and there will be certificates for the awarded works.
Instruction to The Authors
Submissions can be written in English or Portuguese, and the text should follow the SIBGRAPI 2020 formatting guidelines for Main Track full papers, but with the following adjustments. The names of the authors should not be omitted, disregarding the requirement of anonymity of the main track. Students must appear as the first authors and the advisor as the last author, with eventual co-advisors and other collaborators in between. Submissions in Portuguese should include, after the abstract in Portuguese, also an abstract in English. Papers are limited to 4 double-column pages. Papers should be submitted through the WUW CMT system.
Simultaneous submissions to the main track and WUW are not allowed and will be rejected without review. Students enrolled in an undergraduate program who are first authors of papers accepted in the main track can apply to present a poster in the WUW poster session and become eligible to WUW awards. However, they are not required to submit a WUW paper. They should submit a PDF print of the letter of acceptance in the main track and the undergraduate program enrolment certificate for 2020.
All authors with accepted works must prepare a poster. Instructions for the posters: e-poster template.
No-Show and No-Registration Policy
No-show papers are defined as accepted papers with no authors present during the poster session. No-registration papers for WUW are defined as accepted papers with no authors registered (Undergraduate Student member, Undergraduate Student non-member SBC + Publication Fee for Undergraduate Student Author) for the conference, where each paper must be associated with a different paid registration. No-show and no-registration papers will be removed from the proceedings.
Isabel H. Manssour (PUCRS)
Nina S. T. Hirata (IME-USP)
Submission deadline: July 23, 2020 Submission deadline: July 31, 2020
- Submission deadline: August 3, 2020
Notification of acceptance: August 31, 2020
- Notification of acceptance: September 2, 2020
Camera-ready due: September 7, 2020
- Camera-ready due: September 9, 2020
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