Call For Book Chapters (WebGPU Gems)

The call for book chapters is now OPEN

Title of Book: WebGPU Gems


Researchers and developers are increasingly using web-based tools for applications, data-processing, graphics, games and simulating complex systems and phenomena. Traditional web-based GPU API have been limited and were not sufficient for the grand-challenges of problems ahead. Through the new WebGPU API developers, scientists and engineers would be able to enhance not only the scalability but also the performance of web-based solutions. While the WebGPU is still in the early days of finalization, it has already achieved remarkable progress and could further realize other research areas. The WebGPU API holds great promise towards overcoming barriers of web-based application complexity and computational cost. To advance the WebGPU landscapes and evolving user needs this book was proposed. This realization is motivated by the need for an edited collection of original projects/research works to showcase the broad range of possible solutions; as well as how they could leverage one another in a concerted and complementary way. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:


Benjamin Kenwright (Edinburgh)


The intention is to publish the book with a reputable academic publishing house. We are currently discussing with ACM, CRC, Springer and other international publishers.

The publication will be released in 2023.

Target Audience

We seek contributions that will be useful references for the research community, developers, professionals and communities and citizens interested in selected topics.


Abstract submission deadline: 31st August 2022 [EXTENDED: 1st January 2023]
Proposal acceptance notification: 1st December 2022 [UPDATED 2nd February 2023]
Contributions submission deadline: 1st June 2023
Contributions reviewed returned to authors: 15th April 2023

Submission Procedure

Please submit your proposals by providing the following details by the extended deadline: The proposals must be in English and submitted in PDF format (only 1 file). To be sent via mail to or

The submitted proposals will be evaluated by the editorial advisory board. The acceptance details will be communicated to authors after the articles have been processed, including the procedures for the full contribution submission. Full contributions are expected to be 7000 words.

Each contribution must be original and unpublished work, not submitted for publication elsewhere.


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