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Julien Tierny <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 12 Oct 2018 08:00:38 +0200
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Dear colleagues,

(sorry for cross-posting)

VIS Surveys is a recent initiative of the IEEE Transactions on Visualization 
and Computer Graphics, now in its second year. VIS Surveys are essentially 
TVCG survey articles with a VIS theme.  

TVCG welcomes and encourages the submission of survey papers in all areas in 
its scope, computer graphics, visualization, and augmented and virtual 
reality. Survey papers are meant to be easily accessible to non-experts and 
are designed to provide a thorough, integrative, up-to-date, and comprehensive 
narration of the existing body of research in the survey’s target domain. They 
cover the subject’s theory as well as its practice, point out existing trends, 
enable a critical comparison of existing research efforts and results, and in 
some occasions also shed a light on developments in the commercial arena. 
Survey papers are up to 20 double-columned pages in length and are rigorously 
peer-reviewed by domain experts.

VIS Surveys have the specific aim to (1) provide unfamiliar readers a quick 
gateway into a VIS-related research domain, and (2) help professionals working 
in the field stay abreast with developments in this rapidly evolving area of 
research. Topics of interest are all aspects of data visualization, such as 
scientific visualization, medical visualization, flow visualization, information 
visualization, visual analytics, visual data science, virtual reality, 
augmented reality, human-computer interaction, visual perception, active 
machine learning, high performance visual computing, and others. The focus can 
be software, hardware, or both. 

VIS Survey papers can be orally presented at the IEEE Visualization (VIS) 
Conference.  Authors aiming for VIS 2019 should plan to submit a VIS Survey 
paper to TVCG by October 31st, 2018 at the latest.

In order to test an idea, if in doubt, please send an email message with a 
quick overview to: 
Klaus Mueller, TVCG Associate Editor-in-Chief, [log in to unmask]
Dr Julien Tierny
CNRS Researcher
Sorbonne Universite

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