In order to feature some of the scientific highlights and breakthroughs
in the field, to promote the reproducibility
of research results, and to highlight the importance of high-quality datasets and benchmarks
to the advancement of the Geometry Processing
attributes three awards:
Best Paper award
to authors of seminal works, presented at SGP 2019, on Geometry Processing and its applications.
Outstanding Software Project award
to authors of software tools which aid to push the research on Geometry Processing forward and to reproduce existing results.
to authors of top-quality datasets and benchmarks provided to the community of Geometry Processing as testbed for present and future algorithms.
In addition, SGP provides papers with the replicability stamp to the authors who, in addition to publishing their article at SGP 2019, provide a complete Open-Source implementation of their algorithm.
For more information, including the list of papers awarded the stamp, please check http://www.replicabilitystamp.org/.
Anyone can propose nominations for the Dataset award
and Outstanding Software Project award
Please nominate any candidate which you find eligible (for future editions) by sending an e-mail to
Committees members are undisclosed. The Award Comittees were chaired by
- Best Paper Award: Nina Amenta · UC Davis (USA)
- Outstanding Software Project Award: Alec Jacobson · University of Toronto (Canada)
- Dataset Award: Misha Kazhdan · Johns Hopkins University (USA)
Previous recipients are listed at the official SGP
Awards Page: http://awards.geometryprocessing.org/