Media, Visualizations, and Geometric Art are sought for the 32nd International Computational Geometry Media Exposition (CG:ME), which will take place as part of Computational Geometry Week 2023 in Dallas, Texas June 12-15. Submissions showcase creative approaches to illustrate research and/or support education in computational geometry.

CG:ME 2023 conference web page (

CG:ME 2023 easychair submission page (


Submit a paper to easychair which details the portfolio and, where applicable, the techniques used in the implementation. The paper should explain the connection of the submission to computational geometry, broadly interpreted.

The paper submission should include a link to the a portfolio of the work, such as images, video, link to interactive apps, etc. For example, if it's a video, we recommend posting it to Youtube (you can leave it unlisted so only those with the link can view it). You may also use an online file service such as Dropbox or Google Drive to share the portfolio files. In the final proceedings, the link will be replaced with the archival link at

The authors should specify in their submission how it may be displayed. Note that if your work is a video, then the portfolio and the work are in fact identical.

Acceptance is based on both the portfolio and the accompanying paper.

Authors are encouraged to contact the PC chair ([email protected]) early in the process to get feedback on their planned submissions.


Note that this year, we are using a rolling submission window. The PC will try to notify authors of acceptance or rejection within 10 days of submission. The purpose is to ensure that those needing early acceptance (say for visas) can be notified early.

  • 14 February—March 14 2023: Submission window open
  • 21 March 2023: Final version of abstracts
  • 5 May 2023: Final version of media portfolios
  • 12-15 June 2023: CG Week 2023

Technical Details

Portfolio submissions are limited to 100 MB. Authors are free to post higher quality versions on their own web sites or other platforms, and we will include links in the electronic proceedings to their version, in addition to the official version (<100 MB) archived on the Computational Geometry pages.

Videos should be 720p or better, using H.264, where the embedded audio stream should be AAC of at least 128kBit/s. Authors are encouraged to post the videos (public or unlisted) on a video sharing service.

Submissions must be formatted according to the same style file as regular SoCG submissions and not exceed 100 lines, excluding front matter, references. Unlike SoCG, CG:ME is not employing double-blind submissions this year. To ensure an accurate line counting, authors must use the LaTeX class file [socg-lipics-v2021](, which is a wrapper around the standard LIPIcs class, see these guidelines.

Program Committee

  • Oliver Chubet, NC State University
  • Satyan Devadoss, University of San Diego
  • Kirk Gardner, Air Force Research Lab
  • Gregory Henselman-Petrusek, Pacific Northwest National Lab
  • Michael Lesnick, University at Albany
  • Don Sheehy, NC State University, Chair
  • Siddharth Sheth, NC State University