The 3rd IEEE Pacific Visualization Symposium (PacificVis 2010) will be held in Taipei,
Taiwan during March 2 to 5, 2010. Visualization has become an increasingly important
research area due to its wide range of applications in many disciplines. PacificVis is
an IEEE sponsored international visualization symposium held in the Asia-Pacific region,
with the objective to foster greater exchange between visualization researchers and practitioners,
and to draw more researchers in the Asia-Pacific region to enter this rapidly growing area of research.
PacificVis 2010 is soliciting high quality poster proposals. The PacificVis 2010 poster program offers
an opportunity to present innovative techniques in commercial products, work in progress, student projects,
or non-traditional research. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
- Feature extraction
- GPU based visualization
- Information visualization
- Large data visualization
- Multi-field visualization
- Parallel visualization
- Software visualization
- Usability and visualization
- Vector/Tensor field visualization
- Visualization applications
- Flow visualization
- Graph visualization
- Knowledge-assisted visualization
- Illustration techniques
- Multi-resolution techniques
- Perception in visualization
- Time-varying visualization
- Uncertainty visualization
- Visual analytics
- Volume visualization and modeling
- We especially welcome presentations of novel interface and interaction
techniques for visualization. The objective is to foster exchange between
researchers/practitioners in the fields of HCI and visualization.
An interactive poster session will be held which should allow plenty of opportunities for one-on-one
dialogue and small group discussion in a casual setting. Extended abstracts of the accepted posters
will be distributed at the conference, but these abstracts will NOT be included in the symposium
proceedings and are NOT considered publications. The same work can therefore be submitted to a
journal or conference later.
Poster proposals should present at least partial results achieved with a new technique. Submissions
describing unsubstantiated ideas for future research will not be accepted. Based on the results of
paper review process, the PacificVis 2010 program committee will also decide to offer several authors
to present their work as invited posters and we expect to build a high quality poster program based on
these core contributions. Poster proposals will be evaluated by PacificVis 2010 program committee based
on level of contribution, validity of the results, originality, and clarity of presentation.
Please do NOT use paper submission system for anything related to posters. Even if the
PacificVis 2010 program committee offered you to present an invited poster based on your earlier
paper submission, please send the new 2 page version to the address above by the deadline specified below.
This will serve as an indication that you accept our invitation and are willing to present your poster
at the conference.
Poster Proposal Format & Submission Procedure: Poster proposals of up to 2 pages (two-column, single-spaced,
10 point font, including figures, tables and references) are invited.
Manuscripts must be written in English, and follow the
templates are available.
Submissions should be made electronically in
Adobe PDF (no paper copy will be accepted) by e-mailing to the Poster Chair, Takayuki Itoh (itot [AT] is.ocha.ac.jp).
File name should start with primary author's full last name followed by an underscore and arbitrary poster name,
for example samaras_cool_faces.pdf.