DOE Computer Graphics Forum 2023


The DOE Computer Graphics forum, which has been an annual event since the mid 1970s, is a venue where government-sponsored computer graphics/scientific visualization scientists, engineers and practitioners have the opportunity to share recent research, development and deployment results. While the participants are primarily from DOE laboratories and DOE-funded universities, the forum has welcomed participants who are funded by other government agencies (e.g., DOD, NSF) to perform graphics and visualization work. 

While there are other venues for presenting and discussing graphics/visualization research, such as SIGGRAPH and IEEE Visualization, the DOE labs, with their emphasis on extreme scale computation, face unique challenges in visualization and data understanding. Thus, over the years, the forum has proven invaluable for sharing information and experiences, building cross-institutional collaborations, and coordinating efforts across programs.






In-person registration

$200 fee 

Included amenities:

  • Catered breakfast, lunch, coffee and snacks at CAES 
  • Welcome reception at Hilton Garden Inn Monday night 
  • Guided tour of the Advanced Test Reactor

Online-only registration

No charge for online registration


Tru by Hilton Idaho Falls

Hampton by Hilton Idaho Falls 


Please email your submissions to

Please include this information with your submission:

  1. Name
  2. Affiliation
  3. Short description of proposed submission

Examples of past submissions can be found here (Search for doecgf | OSTI.GOV):


Monday, April 24

  • 6 pm - 8 pm: Welcome reception at Hilton Garden Inn

Tuesday, April 25

  • 9:00am - 4:00pm: Technical program, lunch, coffee breaks at CAES

Wednesday, April 26

  • 9 am - 4 pm: Technical program, lunch, coffee breaks at CAES
  • 6 pm: Unhosted dinner at local restaurant, INL Scientist to present research

Thursday, April 27

  • 9 am - 11:30am: Technical program, closing remarks, sack lunch at CAES
  • Noon - 4 pm: Reactor tour
  • Final Program