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*CFP: Interactive Visualizations for Sustainability**
**A special issue of Multimodal Technologies and Interaction Journal**
**Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2019**
**https://www.mdpi.com/journal/mti/special_issues/visualizations_sustainability*
Open Access: Free publication for well-prepared manuscripts submitted 
before 1 July 2019


Rapidly increasing global consumption of natural resources demands for 
more efficient use, as well as for more sustainable management of 
energy, water, minerals, land and other natural resources. Human-centred 
technologies, tools and services can provide effective solutions to 
support sustainability in different domains. To create better awareness, 
and support human decision making, such technologies, tools and services 
should provide advanced interactive visualization capabilities to their 
users to allow them to monitor, manage, compare, or share and use data, 
with the aim of identifying patterns and supporting efficiency in the 
use of natural resources.

This special issue will focus on interactive visualizations for 
sustainability-related applications, tools, games, and services in the 
private, public, and industrial sectors. The topics of interest include, 
but are not limited to, design, deployment and evaluation of interactive 
visualizations for:

- monitoring and managing generation and consumption of resources;
- analysis of generation and consumption data;
- identifying consumption patterns and behavior;
- relating consumption data, patterns, and behavior to other information;
- sharing and comparing consumption data with others;
- creating awareness, influencing choices and stimulating sustainable 
behavior changes

For more information, including submission details, please visit 
https://www.mdpi.com/journal/mti/special_issues/visualizations_sustainability

Guest Editors,
Masood Masoodian and Thomas Rist


-- 
Prof. Masood Masoodian
Visual Communication Design
Aalto University
avcd.aalto.fi


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