EG ViSC'98 Call for Paper

EG ViSC'98 Call for Paper

Post by Dirk Bart » Fri, 07 Nov 1997 04:00:00



CALL FOR PAPERS

   Ninth Eurographics Workshop on Visualization in Scientific Computing
                                Blaubeuren, Germany
                                April 20-22, 1998

AIMS AND SCOPE
Following eight successful workshops (Clamart-1990, Delft-1991,
Viareggio-1992, Abingdon-1993, Rostock-1994, Chia-1995, Prague-1996,
Boulogne sur Mer-1997) the ninth Eurographics Workshop on
Visualization in Scientific Computing will be held in Blaubeuren,
Germany. The workshop aims to be a forum of discussion therefore
we also encourage contributions describing work in progress and
partial solutions. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:

        * Volume visualization
        * Fluid flow visualization
        * Surface extraction and visualization
        * Parallel and distributed visualization
        * User interface techniques    
        * Multi-variate visualization
        * Visualization and modeling of large datasets
        * Data handling and data modeling
        * Biological and medical imaging
        * Information visualization
        * Virtual reality in scientific visualization
        * Visualization in education support

PAPER SUBMISSION
Contributions are invited with respect to all the above mentioned
aspects of scientific visualization, including visualization tools
and methods, and discipline-specific applications. Authors are
requested either to send five copies of a full paper including
figures and images (max. 10 pages) by regular mail or to upload
the PostScript version of the full paper. In addition, authors
are encouraged to write and upload their paper with Springer style
files.
Directions for paper submission and uploading will be available.
Handouts of all accepted papers will be distributed to the
workshop participants. As in previous years, selected papers
will be published in a Springer book.

Addresses for paper submission:
mail to:

        Rene' Rau
        ViSC'98 Chair
        WSI/GRIS
        University of Tuebingen
        Auf der Morgenstelle 10
        72076 Tuebingen, Germany

        0049(0)7071-2975463

        http://www.gris.uni-tuebingen.de/egvisc98/

IMPORTANT DATES

January 31, 1998                Submission deadline
March 8, 1998                   Notification of acceptance
March 31, 1998                  Final paper due
April 20-22, 1998               Workshop

WORKSHOP CO-CHAIRS

Ulrich Lang,    University of Stuttgart, Germany
Dirk Bartz,     University of Tuebingen, Germany

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Ken Brodlie,            University of Leeds, UK
Jacques David,          CEA/DI Saclay, France
Thomas Ertl,            University of Erlangen-Nuernberg, Germany
Nahum Gershon,          The MITRE Corporation, USA
Martin Goebel,          National German Research Center for IT, Germany
Michel Grave,           ONERA Chatillon & Univ. of La Rochelle, France
Eduard Groeller,        Technical University of Vienna, Austria
Markus Gross,           Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland
Hans Hagen,             University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Mikael Jern,            AVS/UNIRAS, Denmark
Ulrich Lang,            University of Stuttgart, Germany
Wilfrid Lefer,          LIL-University of Littoral, France
William Lorensen,       General Electric Company, USA
Nelson Max,             Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA
Fritz Post,             Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Riccardo Scateni,       CRS4 Cagliari, Italy
Pavel Slavik,           Czech Technical University, Czech Republic
Jeremy Walton,          NAG, Oxford, UK
Jack van Wijk,          RF ECN, The Netherlands

LOCATION AND ORGANIZATION
The workshop will be held in Blaubeuren, Germany (south of the
country). The workshop will be organized by the WSI/GRIS (Computer
Graphics Lab of the University of Tuebingen). During the workshop,
two social events will be offered to the participants: a visit of
the city of Ulm and a dinner.

FEES
Attendance fees will be approximately 570 Sfr for EG members or
700 Sfr for non members and will cover the participants edition
of the proceedings, full board and lodging for three days,
refreshments during coffee breaks, the final proceedings book
(to be mailed after the workshop) and both social events.

ORGANIZATION OFFICE
WSI/GRIS
University of Tuebingen
ViSC'98 Office
Auf der Morgenstelle 10, 72076 Tuebingen
GERMANY

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Dirk Bartz                                      University of Tuebingen
                                                Phone:  +49-7071/29-76361

WWW:   http://www.gris.uni-tuebingen.de/~bartz