"Modeling the Cosmos: The Shape of the Universe"
Monday, 28 July; 8 9:45 am
Room 20 A-C
Cambridge University astrophysicist Anthony Lasenby studies the shape and evolution
of the universe. In the SIGGRAPH 2003 keynote address, he shares the fascination of this research in a
presentation aimed at all levels and backgrounds. It includes a new
geometric model that has surprising implications for cosmology and how
we view and model the universe around us.
Immediately before the keynote address, ACM SIGGRAPH presents three awards:
Significant New Researcher Award
University of Southern California
Computer Graphics Achievement Award
California Institute of Technology
Steven Anson Coons Award for Outstanding Creative Contributions to Computer Graphics