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Information about registration
Note that accepted papers must be registered by at least one author as FULL CONFERENCE with no student discount by April 7th (camera-ready due date).
Reduced fees apply for members of the following associations : CGS Computer Graphics Society, ACM SIGGRAPH, ACM, Eurographics. You'll have to provide your membership number in the online registration form.
Reduced fees apply for students in case of FULL CONFERENCE registration. A valid student ID card has to be uploaded in the online registration form. The student ID card also will have to be shown at the registration desk at the conference. In case no student card copy is provided, the discounted fees will not be applied and the difference will be charged at the registration desk.
FULL CONFERENCE registration includes access to all conference sessions and to social events (Welcome Reception on June 24th, Boat Tour and Conference Dinner on June 25th). The fee also includes all conference digital media, coffee breaks and lunches.
ONE-DAY TICKET is a one-day registration for June 24th, June 25th or June 26th. It includes access to the sessions of the chosen day, also including coffee breaks and lunch. The June 24th one-day ticket registration includes the Welcome Reception. Please note that on June 25th, the One-day ticket includes the Boat Tour, but it does not include the Conference Dinner. If you are willing to participate in the Conference Dinner on June 25th, you'll have to purchase a Conference Dinner ticket when proceeding with your online registration.
The online registration to CGI'15 is managed by the congress service of the University of Strasbourg. If you experience some issues, please contact the support at the following e-mail address: email@example.com.
Invitation letter and visa application
If you need an invitation letter (e.g. to support your visa application to come to France), you'll have to specify it in the online registration form when proceeding with your registration. Please note that such a letter can only be sent after you have completed your registration including payment.
Information about how to get a visa to come to France is available by following this link. We recommend that international participants applying for a visa lodge their application at least 6-8 weeks before their intended travel date to France.
Welcome to Computer Graphics International 2015. The conference will take place in Strasbourg (France) from the 24th to the 26th of June 2015. It will be hosted at the INSA Strasbourg building in Esplanade campus of the university. It is near to the heart of the city of Strasbourg: the city center, hotels and restaurants are within walking distance. Two lecture rooms, amphitheatre Art & Industrie (Lecture Room 1) and amphitheatre Leonardo De Vinci (Lecture Room 2) are reserved for the two parallel sessions.
From the city center to the place of the conference, take Tram line C towards "Neuhof Rodolphe Reuss" and stop at "Universite". The INSA building is almost in front of the tram stop, panels will be set up to show you the location of the conference.
Sightseeing in Strasbourg
The public transportation system (tram and bus) is very large in Strasbourg. Since the extent of the city is moderate, most travels take less than 15 min by tram. Alternatively you can walk, or rent a bike. Strasbourg is not a car-friendly city and we recommand you not to drive a car, especially in the city center.
Here is a list of selected hotels. Please contact these hotels directly for booking. You may enjoy reduced prices (RP) for some of them: just ask for the "University of Strasbourg special rate".
Places of the CGI'15 Conference
A map with the important places of the conference is available here.
The directions from the place of the Conference to the Welcome Reception:
- Walk to the tram station "Universite".
- Take the tram C towards "Gare Centrale" and exit at the stop "Homme de Fer".
- Take the tram B towards "Lingolsheim" and exit at the stop "Musee d'Art Moderne".
The directions from the place of the Conference to the Boat Tour:
- Walk to the tram station "Universite".
- Take the tram C towards "Gare Centrale" and exit at the stop "Place Broglie".
- Walk along the streets "Rue du Dome", "Place de la cathedrale" and then "Rue du Maroquin".
Moving in Strasbourg
From the place of the conference to the city center, take Tram line C towards "Gare Centrale" and stop at "Homme de Fer" located in the heart of the pedestrian area.
Getting to Strasbourg
Traveling to Strasbourg is made easy by nearby airports (in France, Germany, or Switzerland) and high-speed trains (TGV).
You may arrive directly at Strasbourg Airport that is well connected to a large number of French and European cities through regular and low-cost airlines. You may also travel through one of the neighboring International Hubs (Paris, Frankfurt, ...), from where many connections exist. Here are some useful information:
Strasbourg Airport (SXB): Direct flights from Amsterdam, Barcelona, Bruxelles, London, Madrid, Porto, Prague, Rome, ...
Every 20 minutes, a shuttle train connects to the city center, in about 9 minutes.
Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG): There are eight high-speed trains (TGV) per day going in a straight line to Strasbourg in about 2 hours and 20 minutes.Your travel agent should normally deal automatically with this connection. If you don't find a good solution, you are advised to explicitly check connections (see the By train section below).
Frankfurt Main International Airport (FRA): Shuttle to Strasbourg at least twice a day Alsace shuttle or every two hours Lufthansa bus shuttle. You may also rent a car (210km).
Karlsruhe / Baden-baden airpark (FKB): Shuttle to Strasbourg every 1 hour Alsace shuttle. You may also rent a car (55 km).
Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg EuroAirport (BSL): Shuttle to Strasbourg every 3 hours Alsace shuttle. You may also rent a car (135 km).
High-speed rail lines (TGV or ICE) join within a few hours: Paris, Lille, Lyon, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Munich, Zurich.
Online booking with SNCF (national French railway company).
Strasbourg and surroundings
Located close to the border with Germany, Strasbourg is the capital of the Alsace region in eastern France. It is well known for hosting a number of important European institutes. Besides providing an excellent exhibition location and good transport connections, Strasbourg also offers historical and cultural attractions -- Its historic city center, the Grande Ile (Grand Island), was classified a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1988, the first time such an honor was placed on an entire city center.
If you'd like to have a look to the area, you can visit these websites for more informations: