EDITORIAL INFORMATION Editors Bedrich Benes Min Chen Professor of Computer Graphics Technology and Computer Science, Professor of Scientific Visualization, University of Oxford Purdue University E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org E-mail: email@example.com Web: https://sites.google.com/site/drminchen/home Web: http://hpcg.purdue.edu/bbenes/ Editorial Board Mark Jones Heidrun Schumann Swansea University, UK (2014-2017) University of Rostock, Germany (2016-2019) J. Andreas Bærentzen TU Denmark, Denmark (2017-2020) Taku Komura Andrei Sharf Loic Barthe, University of Toulouse University of Edinburgh, UK (2016-2019) Ben Gurion University, Israel (2015-2018) Jaroslav Krivanek Alla Sheffer France (2017-2020) Christopher Batty Charles University, Czech (2014-2017) University of British Columbia, Canada (2014-2017) Waterloo University, Canada (2017-2020) Paul Kry Philipp Slusallek Saarland University, Germany (2017-2020) Mirela Ben-Chen McGill University, Canada (2015-2018) Bob Laramee Shigeo Takahashi Technion, Israel (2016-2019) Bedrich Benes Swansea University, UK (2017-2020) University of Aizu, Japan (2016-2019) Purdue University, USA (2014-2017) Rynson W. H. Lau Ping Tan City University of Hong Kong, China (2017-2020) Simon Fraser University, Canada (2015-2018) Jir ˇí Bittner Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech (2016-2019) Hao Li Michael Wand Nathan Carr University of Southern California, USA (2016-2019) University of Mainz, Germany (2014-2017) Ligang Liu Rui Wang Adobe, USA (2017-2020) Yiorgos Chrysanthou University of Science and Technology, China (2016-2019) Zhejiang University, China (2015-2018) University of Cyprus,
Computer Graphics Forum – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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