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Al's Conference Schedule

 

Al Gorithm (Researcher)

Here’s my schedule for the week at SIGGRAPH in case you want to join me.

Hewlett Packard

NVIDIA

Sunday, 30 July


 
Course
An Introduction to Laplacian Spectral Distances and Kernels: Theory, Computation, and Applications
10:45-12:15 pm, Room 402AB

 
Course
Physically Based Shading in Theory and Practice
2-5:15 pm, Room 150/151

 
Technical Papers Fast Forward
6-8 pm, South Hall K

 

Monday, 31 July


 
Technical Papers
Mapping and Deformation
9-10:30 am, Room 152

  
Keynote Session: Fireside Chat With Floyd Norman
11 am-12:45 pm, South Hall K

  
ACM SIGGRAPH Award Talks
2-3:30 pm, Room 152

 
Talks
Lite Brite
3:45-5:35 pm, Room 402AB

 
SIGGRAPH 2017 Reception
8-10 pm, California Science Center

 

Tuesday, 1 August


 
Technical Papers
Being Discrete About Geometry Processing
9-10:30 am, Room 152

 
Technical Papers
Reflectance & Scattering
10:45 am-12:15 pm, Room 153

    
Poster Sessions
(View Research related Posters)
12:15-1:15 pm, South Hall J Entrance

 
Technical Papers
Rendering in Path Space
2-3:30 pm, Room 153

 
IEEE TVCG Session on Advances in Data Visualization
3:45-5:15 pm, Theatre 411

  
Real-Time Live!
6-7:45 pm, South Hall K

 

Wednesday, 2 August


 
Technical Papers
Time to Focus
9-10:30 am, Room 150/151

 
Technical Papers
Rendering Systems
10:45 am-12:15 pm, Room 150/151

Attend the *first paper* about sound rendering in:

 
Technical Papers
Sound & Elastics
2-3:30 pm, Room 153

Then join the Course:

 
Course
Build Your Own VR Display: An Introduction to VR Display Systems for Hobbyists and Educators
2-5:15 pm, Room 403AB

  
Appy Hour
5-7 pm, South Hall H

 
Computer Animation Festival 
Electronic Theater
8-10 pm, South Hall K

 

Thursday, 3 August


 
Technical Papers
Random Sampling
9-10:30 am, Room 153

    
Experience Presentation
Materialization of Motion, Levitation, and Magnetics
10:45 am-12:15 pm, Theatre 411

 
Technical Papers
Computational Cameras & Displays
2-3:30 pm, Room 150/151

 
Technical Papers (Closing Session)
Work it, Make it Better, Stronger
3:45-5:15 pm, Room 150/151

 

Important Tip


As you assemble your schedule, don’t forget to allocate some of your “free time” to a slow stroll through:

     
The Exhibition’s energetic real-time marketplace of technology
South Halls H/J

    
The Experience Hall’s Art Gallery, Emerging Technologies, Studio, and VR Village
South Hall G

    
Posters packed with speculation and achievement
South Hall J Entrance