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*IEEE VIS 2018============ <>Oct
21-26 2018, Berlin, GermanyIEEE VIS 2018 is the premier forum for advances
in visualization. The event-packed week brings together researchers and
practitioners from academia, government, and industry to explore their
shared interests in tools, techniques, and technology. We invite you to
participate in IEEE Visual Analytics Science and Technology (VAST), IEEE
Information Visualization (InfoVis), and IEEE Scientific Visualization
(SciVis) by sharing your research, insights, experience, and enthusiasm.We
solicit Workshops, Tutorials, Doctoral Colloquium, VisInPractice
submissions, and Poster submissions for IEEE VIS 2018 in Berlin,
Germany.====================Accepted Workshops ====================We are
happy to announce the following IEEE VIS 2018 Workshops:3rd Workshop on
Visualization for the Digital HumanitiesWebsite:
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<[log in to unmask]> Mennatallah El-Assady, University of
KonstanzStefan Jänicke, Leipzig UniversityDavid Joseph Wrisley, New York
UniversityEric Alexander, Carleton CollegeAdam James Bradley, University of
Ontario Institute of TechnologyMin Chen, University of OxfordUta Hinrichs,
The University of St AndrewsToward a Design Language for Data
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<[log in to unmask]>Trevor Hogan, Cork Institute of TechnologyUta
Hinrichs, University of St AndrewsJason Alexander, Lancaster
UniversitySamuel Huron, Mines-Telecom ParisTechSheelagh Carpendale,
University of CalgaryEva Hornecker, Bauhaus-Universität WeimarCityVis –
Urban Data VisualizationWebsite:
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Sebastian Meier, TechnologiestiftungNina Hälker, HafenCity UniversitySarah
Goodwin, RMIT University / Monash UniversityVisGuides: 2nd Workshop on the
Creation, Curation, Critique and Conditioning of Principles and Guidelines
in VisualizationWebsite:
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<[log in to unmask]> Alexandra Diehl, University of
KonstanzBenjamin Bach, University of EdinburghAlfie Abdul-Rahman, King’s
College LondonVISREG - Visual Summarization and Report Generation: Beyond
Scatter-Plots and Bar-ChartsWebsite:
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Austrian Institute of TechnologyGabriel Mistelbauer, Otto-von-Guericke
UniversityDSIA: Data Systems for Interactive AnalysisWebsite:
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Dominik Moritz, University of WashingtonJoseph Cottam, Pacific Northwest
National LaboratoryLeilani Battle, University of Washington / University of
MarylandMarianne Procopio, Tufts UniversityWorkshop on Visualization for
Communication (VisComm)Website:
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Kosara, Tableau ResearchBenjamin Watson, North Carolina State
UniversityMachine Learning from User Interaction for Visualization and
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<[log in to unmask]> John Wenskovitch, Virginia TechMichelle Dowling, Virginia
TechChris North, Virginia TechRemco Chang, Tufts UniversityAlex Endert,
Georgia TechDavid Rogers, Los Alamos National LabWorkshop on Visualization
for AI Explainability (VISxAI)Website:
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Mennatallah El-Assady, University of Konstanz / University of Ontario
Institute of TechnologyDuen Horng Chau, Georgia TechAdam Perer, IBM
Research / Carnegie Mellon UniversityHendrik Strobelt, IBM Research /
MIT-IBM Watson AI LabFernanda Viegas, Google
Brain====================Accepted Tutorials ====================We are
happy to announce the following IEEE VIS 2018 Tutorials:Introduction to
IATK: An Immersive Visual Analytics toolkitMaxime Cordeil, Monash
University, Melbourne, AustraliaAndrew Cunningham, University of South
Australia, Adelaide, AustraliaTim Dwyer, Monash University, Melbourne,
AustraliaKim Marriott, Monash University, Melbourne, AustraliaBruce H.
Thomas, University of South Australia, Mawson Lakes, South Australia,
Australia Tutorial on Comparative Visualization: Interactive Designs and
Algorithms Depending on Data and TasksTatiana von Landesberger, TU
Darmstadt, GermanyKathrin Ballweg, Technische Universität, Darmstadt,
GermanyHans-Jörg Schulz, Aarhus University, Aarhus, DenmarkNatalie
Kerracher, Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh, United KingdomMargit
Pohl, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria Everything except
the chart 2018Dominikus Baur, Independent Researcher, Munich, GermanyMoritz
Stefaner Tutorial on Recent Feature Tracking TechniquesHanqi Guo, Argonne
National Laboratory, Lemont, Illinois, United StatesHarsh Bhatia, Lawrence
Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore,  California, United StatesTino
Weinkauf, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, SwedenGunther H.
Weber, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,  Berkeley, California, United
StatesHan-Wei Shen, The Ohio State University,  Columbus, Ohio, United
States Topological Data Analysis Made Easy with the Topology ToolKit
(TTK)Guillaume Favelier, LIP6, Paris, FrancCharles Gueunet Kitware, Lyon,
FranceAttila Gyulassy, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, United
StatesJulien, Jomier, Kitware, Lyon, FranceJoshua A. Levine, University of
Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, United StatesJonas Lukasczyk, Technische
Universität Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern, GermanyDaisuke Sakurai, Zuse
Institute, Berlin, GermanyMaxime Soler, Total S.A., PauJulien Tierny, CNRS,
Paris, FranceWill Usher, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, United
StatesQi Wu, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States Urban
Trajectory Data VisualizationYe Zhao, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio,
United StatesJing Yang, UNCC, Charlotte, North Carolina, United StatesWei
Chen, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, ChinaShamal AL-Dohuki, Kent State
University, Kent, Ohio, United States
                                               Cost-benefit Analysis in
Visualization: Theory and PracticeMin Chen, University of Oxford, Oxford,
United Kingdom     Storyboards for Science: Combining the Visual and Verbal
to Create Engaging Communication  David Rogers, Los Alamos National
Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico, United StatesFrancesca Samsel,
University of Texas, Austin, Texas, United StatesSean Cunningham, The
University of Texas, Austin, Texas, United States
                                   ====================Conference and Hotel
Registration====================Conference registration and Hotel
registration is open!You may register to IEEE VIS 2018 now via the
conference homepage <>.Note that- Early bird
deadline for conference registration is September 7, 2018.- The current
hotel room rates are guaranteed only until July 27, 2018. After this, hotel
rooms at the conference hotel are subject to
Short Papers Reminder===================Submission deadline: June 13,
2018For the first time, the 2018 SciVis conference solicits submissions in
a new short paper format. Short papers offer a new way to contribute recent
results and preliminary work to the VIS conference, which may be especially
valuable for younger researchers. Accepted short papers will be presented
at the VIS conference, in a 10 minute presentation.For details, visit:
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<[log in to unmask]>====================Panels
Reminder====================Submission deadline: June 15, 2018Panels
address important and/or controversial applications and issues in
visualization today. In particular, we invite topics in connection with
interesting application fields. Panels bringing together potential users of
visualization technology (e.g., practitioners and industry professionals)
and leading researchers, or panels consisting of experts in fields that
might teach us important concepts (e.g., perceptual psychology, visual
design, color theory, user-interface design) are welcome.For details, visit
[log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]> ====================Posters
Reminder====================Submission deadline: June 16, 2018The poster
program offers a timely venue to present and discuss new visualization
research through a forum that encourages graphical presentation,
demonstration and active engagement with IEEE VIS participants. Submissions
consist of a two-page summary of your work. Interactive poster sessions
will provide a forum for presenting your work and discussing new ideas with
your peers. Live demos and videos are encouraged. Posters will be displayed
throughout IEEE VIS and the summary will be published in the electronic
conference proceedings.For details, visit
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Challenge 2018 ====================Submission deadline: July 13, 2018The
Visual Analytics Science and Technology (VAST) Challenge is an annual
contest with the goal of advancing the field of visual analytics through
competition. The VAST Challenge is designed to help researchers understand
how their software would be used in a novel analytic task and determine if
their data transformations, visualizations, and interactions would be
beneficial for particular analytic tasks. VAST Challenge problems provide
researchers with realistic data sets and questions for evaluating their
software, as well as an opportunity to advance the field by solving more
complex problems. This year, we return to the Boonsong Lekagul Wildlife
Preserve scenario from 2017, as complications from last year’s situation
have arisen, providing new opportunities to apply visual analytics (and
other data analytic) skills.  Look for mini-challenge data to become
available throughout the month of April. For details, visit
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<[log in to unmask]>====================VGTC/VPG Best Doctoral
Dissertation Award Nomination====================Submission deadline:
extended to June 30, 2018The IEEE Visualization and Graphics Technical
Committee (VGTC <>) sponsors the annual Best Doctoral
Dissertation Award program to recognize outstanding academic research and
development in visualization and visual analytics. The dissertations must
address a topic relevant to visualization or visual analytics. The
competition will be administered by the IEEE Visualization Pioneers Group
(VPG <>)
under the auspices of IEEE VGTC. The IEEE VGTC VPG Doctoral Dissertation
Award is presented annually at the IEEE VPG Reception held at the IEEE VIS
<> conference.For details, visit
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<[log in to unmask]> ====================VISKids Child Care
Grants====================Submission deadline: September 4, 2018The VIS
conference is excited to support our VISKids and young families! Grants of
up to $500 per family are available for VIS attendees who are bringing
small children to the conference or who incur extra expenses in leaving
their children at home. If requests exceed available funding, or if
additional funding becomes available, preference will be given to students
and early career attendees who are presenting at the conference.For details
and application instructions, visit:
[log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]> ====================VisInPractice
====================1. Announcing the VisInPractice Invited Talk
SeriesVisInPractice 2018 will feature 30-minute talks by invited
practitioners who will share their experiences relating to the practical
aspects of data visualization and visual analytics. Confirmed speakers
include Alyssa Goodman (Harvard University & the Smithsonian Institution),
Shan He (Uber), Jürgen Bernard (TU Darmstadt), Maarten Lambrechts
(freelance consultant), Luke McGovern & Ayhan Inceoglu (Siemens), Jan
Willem Tulp (Tulp Interactive), and Lisa Charlotte Rost (Datawrapper).2.
Mini-Symposium on Visualizing Uncertainty ReminderSubmission deadline: June
30, 2018The VisInPractice 2018 program will include a fast-paced,
single-session mini-symposium on the practical aspects of uncertainty
visualization, which will include 10-minute lightning talks. We now
encourage submissions for these lightning talks. We ask for a concise
250-word abstract, a 150-word paragraph on what a practitioner can expect
to learn from the talk, and one descriptive image figure. Rather than
focusing on the academic sophistication of your solution, you must clearly
present the practical relevance of your approach. Successful submissions
will communicate the general impact of their approach beyond their
specialized application area.For details, visit <>Contact:
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