2017 ACM SIGGRAPH Candidate Slate
The ACM SIGGRAPH Nominating Committee has proposed the following candidates for the ACM SIGGRAPH election which will commence on 15 June 2017.
Alain Chesnais, JanusVR
Jessica Hodgins, Carnegie Mellon University
Evan Hirsch, Engine Co. 4 LLC
Brian Wyvill, University of Victoria
Hernando Bahamon, Bogota ACM SIGGRAPH Chapter
Peter-Pike Sloan, Activision
In accordance with the ACM SIGGRAPH Bylaws, additional candidates may be placed on the ballot by petition. All candidates must be ACM Professional Members, as well as members of ACM SIGGRAPH. Anyone interested in petitioning must inform ACM Headquarters, Pat Ryan (email@example.com; ACM, 2 Penn Plaza, Suite 701, NY, NY 10121) and the ACM SIGGRAPH President, Jeff Jortner (firstname.lastname@example.org) of their intent to petition by 15 March 2017. Petitions must be submitted to ACM Headquarters for verification by 31 March 2017.
The ACM SIGGRAPH Nominating Committee
G. Scott Owen, Chair
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