[Infovis] Preliminary Call for Papers: Asia Pacific Symposium on Visualisation (APVIS) 2007

Richard Webber Richard.Webber at nicta.com.au
Thu Jul 6 06:54:36 CEST 2006


Preliminary Call for Papers

Asia Pacific Symposium on Visualisation

5-7 February, 2007

Sydney, Australia



APVIS2007 is the sixth symposium (formerly known as Invis.au) for
visualisation researchers in the Asia-Pacific region. Authors are
invited to submit papers describing original and unpublished research or
practical applications in any area of Information Visualisation or
Scientific Visualisation.

* Scope

Suggested topics for papers include, but are not limited to:

- Theoretic foundations of visualisation

- Usability and human-factors

- Visual models and representations

- Visual knowledge discovery

- Visual data mining

- Visual analytics

- Interaction techniques

- Scientific visualisation

- Information visualisation

- Graph drawing algorithms

- Visualisation of large data sets

- Visualisation of time-varying data

- Visualisation in bioinformatics

- Visualisation in social network analysis

- Software visualisation

- Case studies

- Real-world systems

* Important Dates

Submission of draft papers          8 September, 2006

Notification of acceptance          3 November, 2006

Submission of camera-ready papers   17 November, 2006

Symposium                           5-7 February, 2007

* Publication

Submitted papers will be refereed and the accepted submissions will be
in the official proceedings of the symposium. Authors of accepted papers
must guarantee that their paper will be presented at the conference.
After the symposium, selected papers will be published in a special
issue of Information Visualization.

* Symposium Chair

- Seokhee Hong (National ICT Australia Ltd. and University of Sydney,

* Program Committee

- Seokhee Hong (National ICT Australia Ltd. and University of Sydney,
Australia), co-chair

- Kwan-Liu Ma (University of California Davis, USA), co-chair

- Ulrik Brandes (University of Konstanz, Germany)

- Wei Chen (Zhejiang University, China)

- Ed Chi (PARC, USA)

- Jean-Daniel Fekete (INRIA, France)

- Issei Fujishiro (Tohoku University, Japan)

- John Grundy (University of Auckland, New Zealand)

- Helwig Hauser (VRVis Research Center, Austria)

- Mao Lin Huang (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)

- T. J. Jankun-Kelly (Mississippi State University, USA)

- Hideki Koike (University of Electro-Communications, Japan)

- Koji Koyamada (Kyoto University, Japan)

- Wei Lai (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)

- Kim Marriott (Monash University, Australia)

- Stephen North (AT&T Research, USA)

- Kozo Sugiyama (JAIST, Japan)

- Vincent Tam (University of Hong Kong, China)

- Jiro Tanaka (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

- Bruce Thomas (University of South Australia, Australia)

- Melanie Tory (University of Victoria, Canada)

- Rudi Vernik (Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australia)

- Martin Wattenberg (IBM Watson Research Center, USA)

- Jarke van Wijk (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands)

- Pak Chung Wong (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA)

- Hsu-Chun Yen (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)

* Organising Committee

- Seokhee Hong (National ICT Australia Ltd. and University of Sydney,
Australia), chair

- Xiaoyan Fu (National ICT Australia Ltd.)

- Barbara Munday (National ICT Australia Ltd.)

- Richard Webber (National ICT Australia Ltd.)

- Kai Xu (National ICT Australia Ltd.)

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