Eurographics is a professional European Computer Graphics association ,founded in 1980 by José Encarnação. The current chairman for Eurographics is Anders Ynnerman from 2015 to present. The highest authoritative body of the Association is the Executive Committee; the Association members elect the Executive committee members for a span of 3 years. The Committee meets twice a year and they also elect fellows of the Association, announced at the annual General Assembly. The members of Eurographics include developers, researchers, educators and people working in the computer graphics industry, both as providers and users of computer graphics software, hardware and its applications. The events of Eurographics include, The Eurographics Annual Conference which is the leading annual computer graphics conference in Europe. Graphics experts are brought together from around the world to discuss the latest developments. Conferences cover the wide range of computer graphics, starting from applied geometry techniques like meshing and surface reconstruction to photorealistic techniques (e.g., path tracing), along with animation and simulation of natural phenomena (e.g., interference). Eurographics provide courses, both introductory and advanced for managers and technical staff. Other events of Eurographics include workshops for different professionals and also publications.
Eurographics publishes the following:
Computer Graphics Forum: A quarterly journal that is stocked by many libraries which is received automatically received by EG members.
Books series: Proceedings of the Workshop Programme can be purchased by members of Eurographics Eurographics Publication Series: Eurographics members get discounts on purchase through the Eurographics website.