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"Jonathan C. Roberts" <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 17 May 2004 10:23:30 +0100
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       Conference on Visualization and Data Analysis (VDA 2005)
           San Jose Marriott and San Jose Convention Center
                          San Jose, CA
                       January 17-20, 2005

              Call for Papers (Due Date: July 5, 2004)

   Robert F. Erbacher, Utah State University
   Katy Borner, Indiana University
   Matti Grohn, CSC - Scientific Computing Ltd
   Jonathan C. Roberts, University of Kent, UK

   Ming C. Hao, Hewlett-Packard Labs
   Pak Chung Wong, Pacific Northwest National La

Program Committee:
   Uwe Brinkschulte, Univ. Karlsruhe (Germany); Philip C. Chen,
   Future, Inc.; L. E. Greenwade, Idaho National Engineering and
   Environmental Lab.; Hans-Georg Pagendarm, German Aerospace Research
   Establishment DLR (Germany); Alex Pang, Univ. of California/Santa
   Cruz; Christopher D. Shaw, Georgia Institute of Technology;
   Kalpathi R. Subramanian, Univ. of North Carolina/Charlotte;
   J. E. Swan II, Naval Research Lab.; Craig M. Wittenbrink, NVIDIA;
   Yingcai Xiao, Univ. of Akron

This conference covers all aspects of data analysis and visualization
as well as issues affecting successful visualizations. The conference
has grown rapidly over the years and has attracted participants from
throughout the world. We invite you to contribute quality papers
covering research results as well as commericial applications and

The papers from this conference will be published in a bound
proceedings available from SPIE. Authors of the best papers in the
conference will have the option of having extended versions of their
papers reviewed for publication in the Journal of Electronic Imaging
or a future special issue of the Journal of Electronic Imaging
focusing on visualization. Additional information and submission
information can be found at:

# Full papers (8-12 pages) are due from authors by July 5, 2004.
# Short papers and abstracts will be considered for poster presentation only.

Example topics include, but are not limited to:
    *  Analysis Techniques and Data Mining
    *  Biomedical Visualization and Applications
    *  Data Exploration Using Classical and Novel approaches
    *  Databases and Visualization
    *  High Performance Computing and Parallel Rendering
    *  Information and Scientific Visualization
    *  Interaction Paradigms and Human Factors
    *  Internet Imaging, Medical Imaging, Image Processing
    *  Internet, Web, and Security Visualizations
    *  Perceptual Issues covering Visual and Auditorial
       Representations of Data
    *  Tools and Applications (including case studies)
    *  Virtual Environments and Data Visualization
    *  Visual Data Mining
    *  Volume and Flow Visualization
    *  Generic Visualization Frameworks and Infrastructures
    *  Knowledge Domain Visualizations

The conference organizers will also accept poster only presentations,
suggestions on panel topics, and suggestions for invited speakers.

                      Submission Information

If you would like to submit a paper for publication in the SPIE & IS&T
Conference Proceedings on the subject of visualization and data
analysis please submit your paper online at:

Follow the link under Imaging, Visualization, and Perception:
  EI107         Visualization and Data Analysis 2005

Please contact IS&T/SPIE ([log in to unmask]) or Robert Erbacher
(Robert (dot) Erbacher (at) usu (dot) edu) if you have any questions or
require further information.