Submission Form Deadline: 19 May 2022, 23:59 AoE
Paper Deadline: 20 May 2022, 23:59 AoE
Upload Deadline: 21 May 2022, 23:59 AoE

The SIGGRAPH Asia Technical Papers program is the premier international venue for disseminating and discussing new scholarly work in computer graphics and interactive techniques.

We are looking for high-quality research papers that will advance computer graphics and interactive techniques in both traditional areas such as animation, simulation, imaging, geometry, modelling, rendering, human-computer interaction, haptics, fabrication, robotics, visualization, audio, optics, programming languages, immersive experiences, machine learning for visual computing and anything else that will inspire and advance the field. We value a diverse set of contributions such as AI techniques, algorithms, perceptual studies, systems, benchmarks, and applications. We welcome fundamental ideas as well as applied contributions to the domains of entertainment, games, scientific imaging, medical applications, design, photography, fashion, architecture, communication, forensics, and more. Finally, we encourage creative and original submissions that define their own new area: the scientific excellence of ideas is the predominant acceptance criterion.

The Technical Papers at SIGGRAPH Asia 2022 adhere to the highest scientific standards and are chosen through a rigorous double-blind peer-review process. A prestigious international committee of scientists and researchers from academia and industry with broad expertise and diversity selects the most visionary, innovative, and impactful submissions for presentation. They are published as a special issue of ACM Transactions on Graphics.

At SIGGRAPH Asia 2022, there are two ways to submit your paper to the Technical Papers program.



  • Continuation of the same Technical Papers program from previous years
  • Ideas are extensively tried and tested
  • No maximum (or minimum) page length
  • ACM Journal format
  • Published in ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)
  • New program starting in 2022
  • Exciting new ideas in a shorter format – papers that might be less polished but still have an impact
  • Submissions are limited to 7 double column pages, excluding references. Appendices should only be included in supplementary material
  • Submissions to use the ACM Journal format, and will be revised to use the ACM Conference Proceedings paper format for publication
  • Published in SIGGRAPH Conference Proceedings


*The review process, deadline and committee are the same for both Journal and Conference Papers. More details are in the later sections.

Also, starting in 2022, for the first time we will be giving out Best Technical Papers Awards. Please contact us if you have queries about these changes. We are looking forward to seeing your best work, so be sure to submit it soon!

Video Presentations

As SIGGRAPH Asia would be a Hybrid event, a video presentation will be a prerequisite for all submissions. Depending on the requirements of your program, a pre-recorded video presentation or supplementary video will be used and presented at SIGGRAPH Asia. This will allow your work to gain extensive coverage and give our global community the opportunity to learn about your submission.

Should I submit my work to Technical Papers, Technical Communications or Posters program? 

Technical Papers Chair

Jehee Lee
Seoul National University
South Korea Conference Papers Director

Adam Bargteil
University of Maryland, Baltimore County

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Ethics of the Review Process

Review Form

Conflict of Interests Rules for Authors

How to Submit

Submission Form Deadline: 19 May 2022, 23:59 AoE
Paper Deadline: 20 May 2022, 23:59 AoE
Upload Deadline: 21 May 2022, 23:59 AoE

Conference Papers and Journal Papers Tracks

The SIGGRAPH Asia 2022 technical papers program includes a new Conference Papers track, in addition to the usual Journal Papers track. The Conference Papers track encourages submissions for high-quality, ground-breaking research that fits within a strict 7-page limit (plus additional pages for references) and may be more appropriate for research that is less-polished and is still potentially impactful.

Submissions that are 7 pages or less (excluding references) will be considered for both conference and journal tracks, whereas longer papers will be considered only for journal publication.

The submission and review processes will be identical between the two tracks, with each paper receiving at least five double-blind reviews, and evaluated by a single papers committee.

Conference paper reviewers will be instructed to be less demanding about experimental evaluation and polish, in accordance with conference publication, thereby allowing publication of riskier/earlier-stage but still potentially significant work.

The Journal Paper track continues the SIGGRAPH Asia Technical Papers program from previous years, publishing high-quality, ground-breaking research that are presented at SIGGRAPH Asia and are published in the ACM Transactions in Graphics. Conference papers will also be presented at SIGGRAPH Asia and will be published in the SIGGRAPH Asia Conference Proceedings in the ACM Digital Library.