Call for Participation

Workshop Proposals

EuroVis has a tradition to host workshops and symposia as co-located events. Workshops are excellent platforms for:

As part of the extended EuroVis 2014 program, we solicit workshops related to all areas of visualization. Traditionally, some workshops offered a more formal setting with keynote speeches and peer-reviewed short papers, while others provided an informal setting for participants to discuss specific technical and organizational topics in visualization. Wherever appropriate, a workshop may also feature a range of interactive formats, such as panels, breakout groups, posters and so on. The workshop organizers may choose to have a collection of publications to be available in a digital library (e.g., EG or IEEE if additional costs can be met), and/or as part of EuroVis USB. The deadline for inclusion of workshop materials in EuroVis USB is early May 2014.

The length of a workshop can be of a half day (two 90-minute sessions), or a full day or two half days (four 90-minute sessions). If there is a strong demand, it is also possible to have a one and a half day workshop (six 90-minute sessions). In EuroVis 2014, workshops will normally be scheduled on Monday and Tuesday, 9-10 June 2014. They will be open to all attendees registered for the workshop programs (pre-conference pass) and the full EuroVis programs (week pass).

Workshops complement the main program of the EuroVis Conference, as well as the pre-arranged co-located events, EuroVA and EGPGV. We encourage workshop proposals to explore a diversity of topics in the field of visualization. Potential workshop organizers may find useful to browse web pages of past workshops held in EuroVis and IEEE VIS (VisWeek).

Please submit workshop proposals direct to the workshops selection committee. If you have any queries such as logistics, please contact conference co-chairs, Robert Laramee (r.s.laramee “at” and Min Chen (min.chen “at” For the submission deadline and notification date, please see the important dates page.

Each proposal, limited to 2 pages maximum, includes:

Proposers can, but are not required to, submit supplementary information (e.g., related publications, organizers' short bios and relevant experience) in an appendix, for which additional pages can be used if necessary. The workshop proposals will be evaluated according to the following criteria:

For the workshop selection committee, please visit the committees page.

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