Calling for Speakers

The Mosaic3DX Team are calling for speakers to present their research or latest works at Mosaic3DX 2013. Researchers, companies, and individuals from all areas of Science, Engineering, and Arts are welcome to submit proposals for presenting during the event this October.

Are you undertaking a cutting edge research project?
Do you run an innovative start up with a new product on the horizon?
Does your team work on a new area of computer graphics?
Are you looking to solve a complex problem which requires feedback and help from the Computer Graphics, Visualisation, or Computer Vision technologies?
Do you envision a new way of applying such technologies to the Education sector?

If you have answered yes to one of the above questions then you fit into the profile of speakers who are presenting their works at Mosaic3DX. Why not get in touch with us and express your interest?

Our team is constantly looking out for new presentations and speakers. The time slots are limited, however if your work is relevant to the conference then we are keen to hear from you.

The deadline for submissions is 23rd August.


About Mosaic3DX

Taking place on 30th and 31st of October this year, Mosaic3DX is an event comprising a conference, an exhibition, and opportunities for networking. Our intended audience are developers as well as field users of Imaging, Visualisation, and 3D Digital Graphics systems. This includes researchers in Science and Engineering subjects, Digital Artists, as well as Software Developers in different industries.

The exhibition demonstrates Visualisation and 3D Graphics products along the main conference which covers many subjects ranging from graphics hardware design all the way to the use of specialized applications capable of taking advantage of such features in both desktop and portable devices.

This year, the event is themed around the subject of “Future of Education”, encouraging delegates as well as exhibitors to collaborate and gain a better understanding of how today’s Visualisation and Digital Graphics technologies can help improve education at all levels. We hope this would lead to developing ideas that will help us envision a possible future/roadmap for these technologies with education as a key influencing factor.

For more details, please visit the event’s website at


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About R Zaghi

Ramin Zaghi - Co-Founder and General Advisor to the Board Ramin is the founder and co-organiser of the Cambridge Game Creators Network, a network of professionals and hobbyists who share an interest in all applications and technologies of computer graphics. He has an extensive background in Software Development and has worked within the video games and the semiconductor industries in the UK.