Call for Participation
Call for Posters
EuroVis 2014 is re-introducing a poster track. The purpose of this track
is to present late-breaking results, work in progress, and follow-up
extensions or evaluations of existing methods. In particular, it
provides young researchers, especially postgraduate students, with
valuable opportunities to receive feedback from other researchers,
and engage in stimulating discussions.
The poster track will be managed by the co-chair team and the International Program Committee (IPC) for the short paper track.
We solicit poster submissions in the form of a poster and an accompanying sketch (i.e., an extended abstract of at most 2 pages, with an additional page allowed for references only).
Posters will be peer-reviewed in a one-stage double-blind process. Accepted poster will be presented at the poster fast forward session and poster viewing session of the conference. Both a PDF version of the poster and the sketch will be included on the conference USB sticks.
In addition to directly submitted posters, some submissions to the short paper track will be offered an opportunity to be presented as posters.
Such submissions will not require an additional review process.
Traditionally, the materials in a poster/sketch can be reused later by the original authors for a more extensive publication (e.g., a full paper) with more detailed content and mature results. This should not be considered as self-plagiarism. However, as posters/sketches are citable, researchers are encouraged to acknowledge novel ideas and results presented in posters/sketches. Important Dates A EuroVis poster may describe a piece of work in any aspect of visualization. For directly-submitted posters, we particularly encourage summary report of collaborative projects, work in progress, and application case studies.
Please see the important dates page.
A EuroVis poster may describe a piece of work in any aspect of visualization. For directly-submitted posters, we particularly encourage summary report of collaborative projects, work in progress, and application case studies.