This issue marks the start of a new volume (volume 37) of Computer Graphics Forum (CGF). During 2017, CGF published a total of 247 papers in volume 36. Based on the latest published reports from Thomson Reuters, CGF has an impact factor (IF) of 1.611 for the papers published during 2014 and 2015, indicating an improvement from 1.542 for the 2013/2014 period. While CGF continues to be among the top‐ranking journals in the field, we look forward to making further significant impact on computer graphics and its subfields through the high quality content in CGF.At the point of the arrival of 2018, Richard Hao Zhang (Simon Fraser University) completed his term as co‐editor‐in‐chief of CGF for the period between 2014 and 2017, and the following 10 members of the editorial board also completed their services as associate editors during 2014–2017:Bedrich Benes, Purdue UniversityZhigang Deng, University of HoustonHui Huang, Shenzhen Institute of Advanced TechnologyWojciech Jarosz, Dartmouth CollegeMark W. Jones, Swansea UniversityJaroslav Krivanek, Charles UniversityPedro Sander, Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyAlla Sheffer, University of British ColumbiaMichael Wand, University of MainzTim Weyrich, University College LondonOn behalf of the CGF editorial board, we express our profound gratitude to all of them
Computer Graphics Forum – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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