The 9-th International Conference in Central Europe on Computer Graphics, Visualization and Computer Vision 2001
held at the University of West Bohemia, Campus Bory, Plzen, Czech Republic

February 5 - 9, 2001

Honorary Chair
Jarek Rossignac, GVU Center, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Nadia Magnenat Thalmann, MIRALab-CUI, Univ. of Geneva, Switzerland
Vaclav Skala, Univ. of West Bohemia, Czech Republic

International Programme Committee
List of IPC members - please click on

International Board of Reviewers
List of members please click on

Supporting organizations
Microsoft, Pilsner Urquell

WSCG'2001 programme

WSCG2001 conference attendees

On-line Conference Program

On-line proceedings

WSCG'2001 organiser
Prof.Ing.Vaclav Skala, CSc.

during conference opening session

The Dean of the Faculty of Applied Sciences
Doc.RNDr.Frantisek Jezek, CSc
delivering his opening speech

Ioannis Kakadiaris:
Using Vision for Animating Virtual Humans,
Univ.of Houston, USA
keynote speaker

David R.Nadeu:
Volume Visualization: Technology to Tools,
SDSC, Univ.of California, USA
keynote speaker

Computer Curricula 2001 session
The ACM - IEEE Computer Science Curricula CG2001 panel session was held during the WSCG event.
The current version of the CG2001 is available at

Ewert Bengtsson: Computer Vision and Computer Graphics- Educational Activities at Uppsala University, University of Gavle, Sweden
Steve Cunningham:
Computer Graphics in Computer Science Curriculum 2001, California State University, USA
Ioannis Kakadiaris, University of Houston, USA


From the conference sessions

Meeting with the Mayor of the Plzen City

Brewery Museum Visit photos

Conference dinner & lottery

Poster session

Books and Journals Exhibition

Commercial Exhibition

ACM / IEEE Computer Curricula

Pubs&beer party photos

Video-Conferencing support

Conference background

Full photos repository is available here .

All presented papers have been published in the WSCG'2001 proceedings (click for the on-line version of accepted papers)


It is a pleasure to express the thanks of Co-Chairs to many "invisible people" who helped a lot during the conference organisation period and during the conference itself, especially to:

General information

For the WSCG'2001 event

  • 160 submissions arrived,
  • 126 papers sent for reviews,
  • 56 papers accepted as FULL papers,
  • 20 papers accepted as SHORT papers
  • it means 35% acceptance ratio.

    Fig.1 presents submission statistics according to countries, while Fig.2 presents submission statistics according to the field of a paper speciality



    Updated: 23.06.2001