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Call for Participation

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Vis 2007 and InfoVis 2007 are the premier forums for data and information visualization advances for academia, government, and industry. These events bring together researchers and practitioners with a shared interest in tools, techniques, and technology. The conferences will include an exciting and informative collection of workshops, tutorials, papers, panels, demonstrations, posters, and exhibitions. We invite you to participate by sharing your research, insights, experience, and enthusiasm in Sacramento, California. We invite you to participate by submitting your original research and joining us in Sacramento California, renowned for its cultural and recreational opportunities and beautiful tree-lined streets, and the confluence of rivers that form the Sacramento River Delta, opening into the the San Francisco Bay.

IEEE Vis/InfoVis/VAST will be held at the Hyatt Regency in Sacramento, California, from October 28 through November 1, 2007.

Special Events in 2007:

IEEE Visualization and InfoVis Conferences and co-located IEEE VAST (Visual Analytics Science and Technology) Symposium will again host a Doctoral Colloquium to support the next generation of visualization researchers. Click here for details and to apply.

New for 2007:

  • Conference ends on Thursday
  • Final full technical paper deadline is on March 31, 2007

Advance Registration is now open. Please click here to register or click here to download a PDF version of the registration form to register by mail or FAX.

Doctoral Colloquium deadline extended to June 30. Please click here for more information.

Poster submissions are now being accepted. Please click here for more information.

Co-located with Vis 2007 are:

InfoVis 2007 IEEE Conference on Information Visualization
October 28 - 30, 2007
IEEE VAST 2007 IEEE Symposium on Visual Analytics Science and Technology
October 30 - November 1, 2007

Vis Conference Chairs
Kenneth Joy, University of California, Davis
Amitabh Varshney, University of Maryland, College Park

InfoVis General Chair
John Stasko, Georgia Institute of Technology

IEEE VAST Symposium Chairs
John Dill, Simon Fraser University, Canada
William Ribarsky, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

The combined Vis 2007/InfoVis 2007 conferences and IEEE VAST symposium make this week in Sacramento the place to be to participate in this rapidly expanding field.

Submission Deadlines

March 21, 2007 Abstracts Vis Papers (Mandatory)
Abstracts InfoVis Papers (Mandatory)
March 31, 2007 Full Vis Papers
Full InfoVis Papers
Full IEEE VAST Papers
April 30, 2007 Tutorial Proposals
Workshop Proposals
May 31, 2007 Panel Proposals
June 30, 2007 Posters
Art Exhibits
Doctoral Colloquium
July 13, 2007 IEEE VAST Contest
InfoVis Contest
August 9, 2007 Interactive Demos (Deadline extended)
September 15, 2007 Birds of a Feather

Conference Topics

Visualization research is conducted in a wide range of application areas. Original contributions in visualization are sought from any field, including:

  • Distributed and Collaborative Visualization
  • Flow Visualization
  • Information Visualization
  • Isosurfaces and Surface extraction
  • Large Data Visualization
  • Multi-Resolution Techniques
  • Multimodal Visualization
  • Novel Mathematics for Visualization
  • Parallel Visualization and Graphics Clusters
  • Point-Based Visualization
  • Security and Network Intrusion Visualization
  • Software Visualization
  • Terrain Visualization
  • Time Critical Visualization
  • Time-Varying Data
  • Uncertainty Visualization
  • Unstructured Grids
  • Usability and Human Factors in Visualization
  • Vector/Tensor Visualization
  • Virtual Environments
  • Visual Knowledge Discovery
  • Visualization Systems
  • Visualization in Earth, Space, and Environmental Sciences
  • Visualization in Physical Sciences, Life Sciences and Engineering
  • Visualization in Social and Information Sciences
  • Visualization over Networks, Grids, and the Internet
  • Volume Visualization