GD'98 - Final Call for Posters - Due July 15th
Therese C. Biedl
therese at jeff.CS.McGill.CA
Tue Jul 7 11:46:48 PDT 1998
Final call for POSTERS
Deadline: July 15, 1998
Graph Drawing '98
McGill University, Montreal, Canada,
August 13-15, 1998.
email: info at gd98.cs.mcgill.ca
The paper submission deadline for GD '98 has now passed, and the list of
accepted papers is available at the above Web site. However, poster
submissions for GD '98 are still welcome.
Graph Drawing '98 (GD '98) will be held at McGill University, Montreal,
Canada, August 13 - 15, 1998. The symposium is a forum for researchers,
practitioners, developers and users working on all aspects of graph drawing.
GD '98 follows the 10th Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry,
August 10-12, 1998, held at McGill University. See
Call for Posters: Submissions of posters in graph drawing and related areas
are solicited. The purpose of posters is to provide a forum for the
communication of results to the graph drawing community. These posters may
contain results that have appeared or will appear elsewhere. They may also
pose open problems of interest to the graph drawing community.
To increase the interaction between graph drawing and other areas, posters
that present topics related to graph drawing in fields such as cartography,
chemistry, computational biology, geographic information systems, graphics,
perception and vision, scientific visualization, and software engineering
are particularly encouraged.
To allow for questions and discussion, at least one author of each poster is
expected to be present at the conference.
Proceedings: The proceedings of GD '98 will be published in the
Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science series. These proceedings
will contain a Poster Gallery Report, with a 1-2 page abstract per poster.
The camera-ready version of this abstract is due at the conference. To
prepare your hard copy, please follow the directions for authors in the LNCS
series of Springer-Verlag. These directions are available at the LNCS
Submission: To submit a poster, send a 1-2 page abstract by email (in
postscript, LaTeX, or plain text) or as hard copy to the Poster Chair
School of Computer Science
3480 University Street #318
Montreal, Quebec H3A 2A7, Canada
email: therese at cs.mcgill.ca
Submissions: July 15, 1998.
Final version: August 15, 1998.
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