Call for Posters

Graphics Interface (GI) 2019, the 45th annual conference, will be held at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada from May 28th – 31st, 2019. GI consistently attracts high-quality submissions on recent advances in computer graphics, human-computer interaction (HCI), and visualization.

We invite authors to submit posters that demonstrate late breaking research and work-in-progress covering all aspects of computer graphics, HCI, and visualization. We also invite authors of recent work that has been published elsewhere, but is relevant to the GI themes, to submit posters for presentation at the conference.

GI’s poster session focuses on peer-to-peer interaction, and is coordinated with the Computer and Robot Vision (CRV) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) conferences. This provides an excellent opportunity for discussion and networking with the attendees of all three conferences. There will also be a posters “fast-forward” session providing authors the opportunity to briefly summarize their work in front of a larger audience. Further details will be provided to authors of accepted posters.

Important dates

Note: this year we have TWO poster deadlines and author notification dates, you are free to choose one. If you need an early letter of acceptance, you are welcome to submit before deadline A (March 29th) and receive the notification by April 12th. Otherwise, you are invited to submit your poster by deadline B (April 26th) and receive the notification by May 10th.

  • Poster deadline A: March 29th, 2019 (11:59 p.m. EST)
  • Author notification A: April 12th, 2019
  • Poster deadline B: April 26th, 2019 (11:59 p.m. EST)
  • Author notification B: May 10th, 2019


Two best poster awards will be presented at the conference: one for the HCI track, and one for the graphics track. The awards will be given to best posters for unpublished work involving a student author. Authors of winning posters will also receive a CHCCS/SCDHM sponsored cash prize.

Submission details

Poster abstracts in PDF format can be submitted here:

Submissions should include authors’ names and affiliations and should not exceed 2 pages. If the work has been published elsewhere, the citation and venue should be identified in the abstract. Please format your abstract according to the GI formatting instructions. The PCS system will be open for uploading submissions beginning on March 1, 2019.