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Pictures from EuroVis and EuroVA
Pictures from EuroVis / EuroVA and a selection of presenters.

EuroVis Best papers
We are happy to congratulate the authors of the best papers at EuroVis 2011:
  1. Wolfgang Berger, Harald Piringer, Peter Filzmoser, M. Eduard Gröller: Uncertainty-Aware Exploration of Continuous Parameter Spaces Using Multivariate Prediction
  2. Erik Anderson, Kristin Potter, Laura Matzen, Jason Shepherd, Gilbert Preston, Claudio Silva: A User Study of Visualization Effectiveness Using EEG and Cognitive Load
  3. Suthambhara Nagaraj, Vijay Natarajan, Ravi S. Nanjundiah: A Gradient-Based Comparison Measure for Visual Analysis of Multifield Data

Very successful EuroVis 2011
With satisfaction we are looking back at a very successful EuroVis 2011, which was highly appreciated by its participants. It is notable that new dimensions were conquered with this year's EuroVis:
  • never ever more participants joined (we recorded an up of about 15% compared to 2009 and 2010);
  • no other high-quality conference on visualization (world-wide) received more submissions than EuroVis 2011;
  • and more than half of the (significantly larger than ever) conference budget was covered by supporters and sponsors.
Many reasons, actually, to be very glad to having had EuroVis 2011 in Bergen!

Program for EuroVis 2011
The program for EuroVis 2011 is now online. There will be 54 paper presentations (in two parallel tracks), and invited talks by Scott McCloud and M. Eduard Gröller. We are looking forward to see you at EuroVis 2011 :-)

Advance Program and Invited Speakers
You can now see a preview of accepted papers, which will be presented at EuroVis.  Also, there will be invited talks by Scott McCloud and M. Eduard Gröller.

Registration for EuroVis 2011 open
It is now possible to register for EuroVis 2011. It is very important to secure the accommodation in Bergen as early as possible (more information also in return for your registration) – Bergen is very popular amongst tourists during this early summer time.

Notifications after first reviewing cycle
After having studied lots of information from the first evaluation round (779 reviews, 185 discussions with 799 entries, and 190 summary reviews), we have now sent out the notification eMails.
For a sneak preview of the possible scientific program of EuroVis 2011, you can take a look at the titles of all conditionally accepted papers on the advance program.


We thank all authors, who invested lots of efforts to prepare a full paper submission to EuroVis 2011!  Next now is reviewing which will start in a few days. Notification will be on February, 11.

Please register as a reviewer
EuroVis 2011 is calling for reviewers – if you would like to review for EuroVis 2011, please register at the precission conference system!

Paper deadline, Dec. 3, 23:59 UTC/GMT
After having received many promising abstracts, we are looking forward to the full paper submissions now. Submissions can be updated until the deadline (3.12., 23:59 UTC/GMT).

Abstract submission open
The online submission handling for abstracts has been initialized. Log into the precission conference system and make your submission to EuroVis 2011.

Call for Papers online
The call for papers, author's guide, and
formatting and submission information are now online.

Important deadlines for EuroVis 2011
Abstracts are due on Friday, November 26, 2010
Full papers are due on Friday, December 3, 2010
both at 23:59, UTC/GMT.