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Author Deadlines
Call for Papers
 » Journal-first (JIST or JPI) 15 May
 » Conference 6 June
Acceptance Notification
 » Journal-first (JIST or JPI) 27 June
 » Conference 29 July
Final Manuscripts Due
 » Journal-first (JIST or JPI) 8 Aug
 » Conference 2 Oct
Program Deadlines
Registration Opens August
Early Registration Ends 7 Oct
Conference Begins first half Nov





CIC30 will be held in person and short courses will occur the first two days of the conference, followed by the workshops, technical sessions, and exhibits.


CIC offers an extensive array of classes taught by world-renowned experts. If you are interested in teaching a class, please fill out the Short Course Proposal Form by 06 June 2022.

Proposals will be reviewed by the short course chairs and considered by the conference committee. If your course is selected, you will be notified by late June. Please view the 2021 Short Course page for examples of course topics and descriptions.


CIC offer 3-4 workshops as part of the conference program. The length of a workshop is 2-3 hours. Those interested in giving a workshop should fill out the Workshop Proposal Form. Proposals will be reviewed by the workshop chairs and considered by the conference committee.

Topics should be of timely interest and might include subjects related to cultural heritage; artistic expression; AR/VR/MR; 360° capture; deep or machine learning; material appearance; gaming; etc. The format of the workshop (short papers; panel; hands-on; discussion; etc) is at the discretion of the convenor. Please include a general description of the topic to be covered, workshop format, and a list of confirmed or potential speakers/moderators.

Please view the 2021 Workshops page for examples of workshops and descriptions.

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