APVIS 2005 second CFP

Nikola Nikolov Nikola.Nikolov at nicta.com.au
Fri Sep 24 16:38:16 PDT 2004

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Call for Papers

*  APVIS 2005 Asia Pacific Symposium on Information Visualisation 2005
(Formerly known as Invis.au)

January 27 - 29, 2005, Sydney, Australia

Information visualisation involves the visual representation,
presentation and exploration of abstract information. Successful
visualisation is a powerful tool with which to tackle the increasing
size and complexity of data sets in a wide range of application areas.
Examples of application domains include capital markets, software
structure, military logistics, social networks, program traces and
bio-informatics. The discipline includes elements of many fields,
including human-computer interaction, computer graphics, cognitive
psychology, statistics, graphic design, algorithms, virtual and
augmented reality, and software engineering. The Asia Pacific
Information Visualisation Symposium provides an opportunity for the
community of researchers in the Asia-Pacific region to share the
progress that has been made toward the fulfilment of this promise with
colleagues from other parts of the world.

Authors are invited to submit papers describing original and unpublished
research. The topics include, but are not limited to:
* Interaction techniques
* Display and interaction devices
* Visual representations
* Graph drawing
* Animation
* Case studies
* Visual models and languages
* Algorithms
* Applications

Submission Guidelines
Authors are requested to prepare their contribution as a full paper.
Papers should be a maximum of 10 pages. All papers should be submitted
electronically. Contributions must be packed in a single file. Papers
should be submitted on or before September 30, 2004 by e- mail in
postscript or PDF format to: apvis_2005 at nicta.com.au. Simultaneous
submission to other conferences with published proceedings is not

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 a journal (to be decided).

Important Dates
* Submission:    September 30, 2004
* Notification:   November 14, 2004
* Final Version:  December 12, 2004

Invited Speaker:
Jim Thomas (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

Symposium Chair
Seokhee Hong (National ICTAustralia Ltd (NICTA), University of Sydney, 

Sydney (venue: Mercure Hotel Sydney on Broadway)

Program Committee
* James Abello (DIMACS Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theorethical 
  Science, Rutgers University, United States)
* Mark Billinghurst (Director, Human Interface Technology Laboratory, 
New Zealand)
* Neville Churcher (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
* Seokhee Hong (NICTA, University of Sydney, Australia), Chair
* Hideki Koike (University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan)
* Takao Nishizeki (Tohoku University, Japan)
* Stephen C. North (AT&T Labs, United States)
* Edmond C. Prakash (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
* SungYong Shin (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology,
* Kozo Sugiyama (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology,
* Bruce Thomas (University of South Australia, Australia)
* Rudi Vernik (Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australia)
* Pak Chung Wong (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, United States)
* Hsu-Chun Yen (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)

Organizing Committee
* Seokhee Hong (NICTA, University of Sydney, Australia),Chair
* Nik Nikolov (NICTA, Australia)
* Kevin Xu (NICTA, Australia)
* Barbara Munday (NICTA, Australia)
* Xiaoyan Fu (NICTA, Australia)

For more information, please contact the Organizing Committee by email

apvis_2005 at nicta.com.au.

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