The Montreal ACM SIGGRAPH Chapter is the result of the hard work of volunteers that devote their time to running the chapter and preparing events. The board and commitee members for the 2012-2013 season are:
Chair : Christian Beauchesne () [mandate 2011-2013]
Vice-chair: Madeleine Jean (CINQ) [2014-2016]
Treasurer : Frédéric Tessier () [mandate 2012-2014]
Secretary : Khalid Djado (CRIM) [mandate 2013-2015]
Finance and membership: Vacant
Member of the board : Lyne Arseneault () [mandate 2011-2013], Christopher Isaac Larnder () [mandate 2012-2014], Eric Paquette ( [mandate 2011-2013], Olivier Munger () [mandate 2012-2014], Ghyslain Gagnon ([mandat 2012-2014], Alexandre Renaud (PreamiumBeat) [mandate 2012-2014]
Webmaster: Maxime Philippon (Vision Globale) [mandate 2013-2015]
Director, External Relations : Sylvain "Sly" Provencher (Spark Animation) [mandat 2013-2015]
Director, Event committee: Gabrielle Chouinard (Ecotech Québec) [2014-2016]
Events Commitee : Guillaume Delfour, Thanh Vinh Nguyen(Esterline CMC Electronics), Karlie Carpentier Rosin (Student, NAD), Laurent Abecassis (Di-O-Matic) [mandat 2012-2014], Catherine (Alchemy24) [mandat 2013-2015]
We also wish to thank the past board and committee members as well as the many volunteers who helped the chapter throughout the years.
We are the Montreal chapter of, the Special Interest Group on Graphics and Interactive Techniques. We are a volunteer-based non-profit scientific and professional society serving researchers, professionals and artists in the Montreal area who are involved in the fields of computer graphics and interactive techniques. This includes 2D and 3D graphics, multimedia, visualization and simulation, video games, and virtual and augmented reality, as well as artistic applications of the former.
ACM SIGGRAPHform a global network within the ACM SIGGRAPH community, each providing a geographically localized focus of activities and exchanges and contributing to the enthusiasm, creative energy and high standards of the SIGGRAPH .
The people and the organizations in thearea who are involved in these fields form a unique and exciting community, both in terms of technology and of culture. Our goal is to strengthen this community by providing frequent opportunities for both formal and informal communication among its members.
Read about the establishment of the chapter during its founding year and the founding committee that made it happen. There is also a 2004 article about us published in the Computer Graphics Quarterly.