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Masood Masoodian <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 13 Mar 2022 18:31:32 +0200
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Call for Papers – Map-based Interfaces and Interactions (MAPII 2022)

AVI 2022 Workshop 

07 June 2022 – Rome, Italy

More info:

Maps and map-like visualizations are increasingly being used as the 
basis for many types of interactive tools and applications. This 
workshop aims to bring together research on such map-based interfaces 
which is currently dispersed through different publication venues and 
disciplines. This workshop will act as a common space for sharing 
map-related research expertise coming from the fields of visualization, 
user interface design and interaction design.

This workshop is part of the International Conference on Advanced Visual 
Interfaces (AVI 2022), and is supported by the IFIP TC 13 Working Group 
on Human-Centred Technology for Sustainability (WG 13.10).

We invite the participation of researchers, designers, developers and 
practitioners from a diverse range of backgrounds concerned with the 
design, development, evaluation and deployment of map-based interactive 
visualizations, applications, tools and services.

Prospective workshop participants are invited to submit a position paper 
describing their contributions to the field of the workshop and 
highlight their specific interests in the workshop topics. Numbers 
permitting, the workshop will also be open to other participants without 
an accepted position paper.

This workshop aims to include a wide range of topics related to 
map-based visualizations, interfaces and interactions, including but not 
limited to:

– Theoretical foundations of map design.
– Principles and practice of design of maps and map-like visualizations.
– Design of map-based user interfaces and interactions.   
– Evaluation and user studies of map-based visualizations, interfaces 
and interactions.
– Applications of map-based visualizations, interfaces and interactions 
in areas such as geographic information systems, epidemiology and 
healthcare, climate and environment, sustainability, education, social 
sciences and humanities.

This full day workshop will be interactive and informal. It will combine 
short presentations of accepted position papers with periods of 
discussions, aimed at generating ideas for future research directions. 
The workshop will also include a hands-on activity, during which the 
participants will be invited to sketch designs for a map-based 
interactive mobile application in small groups. The designs will then be 
shared and discussed in the workshop.

We hope to run the workshop in person at the conference. Provisions will 
however be made to run the workshop in remote or hybrid mode if necessary.

Position papers should be of maximum 6 pages, and prepared according to 
the ACM proceedings format 

Submissions should be made through Easychair 

The workshop programme committee will review the submitted position 
papers, and select 10-15 papers for presentation at the workshop based 
on their quality and relevance to the workshop topics.

Accepted position papers will be published in the workshop proceedings, 
and will be made available through the workshop website. The workshop 
will include a discussion on publication of the extended versions of the 
position papers, for instance, in the form of a special issue of a 
journal or an edited book.

Submission deadline: 20 March 2022
Notification: 20 April 2022
Camera-ready: 01 May 2022
Workshop date: 07 June 2022

Masood Masoodian, Aalto University (Finland)
Saturnino Luz, University of Edinburgh (UK)

Bridget Kane, Karstad University (Sweden)
Saturnino Luz, University of Edinburgh (UK)
Masood Masoodian, Aalto University (Finland)
Shane Sheehan, University of Edinburgh (UK)
Artemis Skarlatidou, University College London (UK)
Robert Spence, Imperial College London (UK)
Thomas Rist, Augsburg University of Applied Sciences (Germany)

Prof. Masood Masoodian
Visual Communication Design
Aalto University

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