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*Summary*

   - *Early bird registration
   <http://www.cvent.com/events/2017-ieee-pacific-visualization-symposium-pacificvis-/event-summary-64c854402e464032872b875288f8c7fd.aspx>*
    *ends on **March 17!*
   - *Accommodation <http://pacificvis.snu.ac.kr/venue> information*
   - *Program <http://pacificvis.snu.ac.kr/programs> updates*
      - Keynote talks
         - David Elbert (Purdue University), *"**Changing the World with
         Visual Analytics"*
         - Gerard Jounghyun Kim (Korea University), *"Requirements and
         Recent Directions in **Augmented Reality Visualization"*
      - Sessions
      - Geospatial Visualization and Applications
         - Graphs and Networks
         - Immersion, VR, and Interaction
         - Medical, Biological, and Archaeological Visualization
         - Multidimensional Data, Multifields, and Uncertainty
         - Perception, Quality, and Scalability
         - Text, Annotation, and Coding
         - Volume Visualization
         - Visit our *Offical website* <http://pacificvis.snu.ac.kr/> to
   acess additional Information


*Introduction*

  PacificVis is an IEEE sponsored international visualization symposium
held in the Asia-Pacific region, with the objective to foster greater
exchange between visualization researchers and practitioners, and to draw
more researchers in the Asia-Pacific region to enter this rapidly growing
area of research. Previous PacificVis symposia were held in -

*Kyoto (2008), Beijing (2009), Taipei (2010), Hong Kong (2011), Songdo
(2012), Sydney (2013), Yokohama (2014), Zhejiang (2015), and Taipei (2016)*

all sponsored by IEEE VGTC.

*Location and Dates*

  The 10th PacificVis will be held at *Hoam Faculty House, Seoul National
University, Seoul, Korea* during *April 18 to 21, 2017*. As part of
PacificVis, PacificVAST workshop sessions will be held on April 18, with
the Symposium starting from April 19.

*Early bird Registration <http://pacificvis.snu.ac.kr/registration>*

  The last day for early bird registration is *March 17, 2017*. You can
check the discounted registration fee from the above link.

*Keynote talks <http://pacificvis.snu.ac.kr/programs>*

  PacificVis 2017 hosts two keynote speakers, Prof. David Elbert and Prof.
Gerad Jounghyun Kim. You can access the additional information for each
speech through the links below.

*Day1 : Changing the World with Visual Analytics
<http://pacificvis.snu.ac.kr/keynotes/1> *
*David Elbert (Purdue University)*

*Bio.*

David Ebert is the Silicon Valley Professor of Electrical and Computer
Engineering at Purdue University, a Fellow of the IEEE, and director of the
Visual Analytics for Command Control and Interoperability Center (VACCINE),
the Visualization Science team of the Department of Homeland Security’s
Command Control and Interoperability Center of Excellence. Ebert performs
research in visual analytics, volume rendering, illustrative visualization,
and procedural abstraction of complex, massive data. He is the recipient of
the 2017 IEEE Computer Society vgTC Technical Achievement Award for seminal
contributions in visual analytics. He has been very active in the
visualization community, serving as Editor in Chief of IEEE Transactions on
Visualization and Computer Graphics, serving as IEEE Computer Society Vice
President and the IEEE Computer Society’s VP of Publications, and
successfully managing a large program of external funding to develop more
effective methods for visually communicating information.



*Day2 : Requirements and Recent Directions in Augmented Reality
Visualization  <http://pacificvis.snu.ac.kr/keynotes/2>*
*Gerard Jounghyun Kim (Korea University) *

*Bio:*

Currently, Professor, Dept. of CSE, Korea University

Research Interests: VR/AR/MR, Human Computer Interaction, Computer music

BS ECE, Carnegie Mellon University, 87

MS/PhD, Univ. of Southern California, 94


Computer Scientist, National Inst. of Science and Technoglogy (NIST), 94-96

Professor, Dept. of CSE, POSTECH, 96-06

Visiting Positions at USC, KAIST, Com2us


2 Books:

Designing Virtual Reality Systems: Structured Approach, Springer, 2005

Human Computer Interaction: Fundamentals and Practice, CRC Press, 2015


Has published in Presence, IEEE VR, IEEE TVCG, IEEE ISMAR, ACM VRST, ACM
CHI, INTERACT, etc.

IEEE ISMAR General Co-chair (2010), ACM VRST Program Chair (2006), etc.

Convener of ISO JTC 1 SC 24 WG 9 (Mixed and Augmented Reality Working Group)

*Session Updates <http://pacificvis.snu.ac.kr/programs>*

  We updated session information of full papers and notes. Please visit our
website to access the details with the link above. We also provide the list
of posters as well as competitors of the visualization contest.

   - Geospatial Visualization and Applications
   - Graphs and Networks
   - Immersion, VR, and Interaction
   - Medical, Biological, and Archaeological Visualization
   - Multidimensional Data, Multifields, and Uncertainty
   - Perception, Quality, and Scalability
   - Text, Annotation, and Coding
   - Volume Visualization

*Venue+Travel <http://pacificvis.snu.ac.kr/venue>*

  The venue for IEEE PacificVis 2017 is Hoam Faculty House
<http://www.hoam.ac.kr/eng/>. The link above provides the transportation
and accessibility of Hoam Faculty House. Hoam Faculty House is our main
venue and we recommend it for your stay during PacificVis. We also curated
the list of recommended accommodations.

*Keep in touch with our Official Website
<http://pacificvis.snu.ac.kr/>, Facebook Page
<https://www.facebook.com/pacificvis>, and Twitter Account
<https://twitter.com/pacificvis>!*
*Hope to See you in IEEE PacificVis 2017, Seoul!*

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