by the SIGGRAPH RCDC Research Guides Team
You are about to write your first ACM SIGGRAPH / TOG research paper. Congratulations on making it all the way here! We know that this is a daunting task. There are a lot of moving parts to a successful paper submission and the required steps can often seem complicated and opaque to a first-time submitter. The goal of this series of guides is to provide a gentle introduction to all the tasks you need to perform in order to submit your article and get it published.
- How to use the ACM SIGGRAPH / TOG LaTeX template
- How do I structure a paper?
- How do I write a compelling introduction?
- Rendering a paper figure with Blender
- Explanatory paper figures with Illustrator and Blender
- What are figures for and how do I compose them?
- Releasing Code for your SIGGRAPH Paper
- How do I write a rebuttal?
Of course, these guides are no replacement to the official ACM author’s guide, ACM ToG author’s guide, and ACM SIGGRAPH author’s guide. Please refer to these documents for the actual binding submission guidelines.
We wish you success with your submission, and can’t wait to see your exciting research at SIGGRAPH / TOG!
If you have any questions, or want to contribute your own guide to this series, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
We thank all authors for their contribution: Rana Hanocka, Valentin Deschaintre, Nicholas Sharp, Oded Stein, Craig Reynolds, Ruben Wiersma, and Silvia Sellán.
For proofreading, we thank: Otman Benchekroun, Lingxiao Li, Mazdak Abulnaga, Yu Wang, and Ana Dodik