Tutorials are intended to cover a wide selection of topics related to IEEE VIS 2017 and provide background on new tools and application domains necessary for research in scientific visualization, information visualization, and visual analytics. Tutorial attendees come from diverse backgrounds, including volume and flow visualization, information visualization, geographic visualization, visual analytics, high performance computing, and scientific application communities.
We are soliciting half-day tutorial proposals in the areas of visualization systems, mathematical foundations, research methods, design and development methodology, and application areas. We welcome new tools and techniques for visualization, domains in which visualization applies, methods for undertaking visualization research, as well as proposals on more traditional visualization topics. Topics can include–but are not limited to–any of those listed in the calls for papers for VAST, InfoVis, and SciVis. Tutorials with an application focus and including hands-on demos are also encouraged.
Proposals will be evaluated on the basis of the tutorial’s importance and suitability for presentation in a tutorial format, the past experience and qualifications of the instructors, the overall balance in the tutorial program, and the likely attendance of the tutorial. Repeat tutorial proposals should note in which years identical or similar tutorials have been presented, and will be judged in part by the attendance of the previous versions.
All tutorial proposals should include:
Proposals should not exceed three pages, and should be submitted via PCS. Please note the formatting guidelines when preparing your submission. Authors of accepted tutorials are required to prepare a short summary for the printed program (~50 words).
|Proposal Submission||Monday, April 24, 2017|
|Notification||Monday, May 15, 2017|
|Final Submission of Summaries||Tuesday, August 1, 2017|
All deadlines are at 5:00pm Pacific Time (PDT).
Christopher Collins, University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Steffen Koch, University of Stuttgart
Chaoli Wang, University of Notre Dame
Feel free to address any questions concerning submission, format, and content to email@example.com.