Paper Submission

All paper submissions should follow the recommended IEEE conference author guidelines. MS Word and LaTeX templates can be found at:

All submitted papers will be fully peer-reviewed, and accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings and on IEEE Xplore. Short papers will be allocated poster presentations and short oral presentations if time and space permits; vision papers will be allocated regular oral presentation slots; competition papers will be allocated short or regular oral presentations. Reviewing standards for competition papers are as high as for regular CoG papers, and standards for vision papers are higher. For the paper submission, authors need to follow this EasyChair link:

Peer-review is double-anonymous, i.e. reviewers will not know the authors' identity (and vice versa). Authors should ensure their anonymity in the submitted papers (this information is to be restored in the camera-ready version upon acceptance). In brief:
authors' information including names, affiliations, acknowledgements, etc. should not be included in the submitted papers;
please refer to your prior work in the third person wherever possible;
if there is an open-source link in the submitted papers, please ensure the link is anonymized.

Note that anonymizing your paper is mandatory, and papers that explicitly or implicitly reveal the authors' identities may be rejected.

Papers submitted to CoG2022 will be checked for plagiarism. The Program Committee reserves the right to desk-reject a paper if it contains elements that are suspected to be plagiarized.

Submissions should be original and not currently under review at another venue.

Post Your Paper

IEEE has provided definitions for each stage of your conference paper life cycle. Please see the following link for your reference:

Last but not least, more information can be accessed at the website Should you have more suggestions or questions, please get in touch with the general chairs: Dongbin Zhao ( and Simon M. Lucas (