Welcome to EuroVis 2010

Eurographics/IEEE Symposium on Visualization, June 9 - 11, Bordeaux, France

Call for Posters & Demos

We invite you to participate in EuroVis 2010, to be held in Bordeaux, France, June 9-11, 2010.

EuroVis 2010 is the twelfth annual Visualization Symposium, jointly organized by the Eurographics Working Group on Data Visualization and the IEEE Visualization and Graphics Technical Committee. Papers accepted for EuroVis will be published in an issue of Computer Graphics Forum, the International Journal of the Eurographics Association, using a two-stage review process.

We invite you to contribute to the Poster/Demo session at EuroVis 2010. Poster/demo abstract submissions are due April 09 2010.

All poster presenters are encouraged to bring a laptop to present demos and/or videos. In addition to the poster session itself, where all presenters will concurrently discuss their work with EuroVis attendees, there will be a fast-forward session where presenters will have 60 seconds each to preview their work to the whole audience.

Posters/Demos is a venue for several kinds of work. We welcome preliminary findings that are not mature enough for a full paper, interesting work with a contribution smaller than a typical research paper (student projects often fall into this category), or late-breaking research where you would benefit from feedback from the community before writing it up as a full paper. There is no explicit research novelty requirement; for instance, we welcome demonstrations of open-source software even if its research aspects have already been published in another venue, presentations of commercial visualization software, or videos showing visualization systems in action. Although a full literature review is not expected, the most relevant previous work should be cited, particularly if new research results are presented.

The collection of accepted abstracts will be distributed to conference attendees (xeroxed, black and white only), but they will not be included in the archival proceedings or indexed in a digital library. Thus, posters do not preclude the later submission of work as a full research paper at EuroVis or another venue.

Each poster abstract will be read and evaluated by the Conference Chairs. Submissions will be evaluated based on whether the content is suitable for EuroVis and not a repetition of the work of others. Authors of posters that are not accepted will receive summary reviews of their poster from the chairs explaining the decision and providing feedback.

Suggested topics for posters and demos include, but are not limited to:

We also encourage submission of application oriented posters dealing with visualization in different domains, e.g.

Before submitting a poster and/or demo abstract, please note the following:

All questions pertaining to the EuroVis 2010 poster session should be directed to the poster chair.