COVID-19 impact on IEEE VIS 2020

IEEE VIS 2020 is still scheduled to be held as planned in the Fall of 2020.

Although the main conference activities are some time away, we appreciate that some of our community are impacted as they attempt to prepare their paper submissions. We have deliberated on the various issues. In our attempt to balance authors’ considerations with reviewer challenges, review time-table, or challenges in the review process, we have decided to extend the abstract submission deadline to 20 April 2020, and to extend the paper submission deadline to 30 April 2020 ...

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the premier forum for advances in visualization and visual analytics

VIS | VAST • INFOVIS • SCIVIS
25-30 October 2020 Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Welcome to IEEE VIS 2020 in Salt Lake City!

VIS 2020 will be the year’s premier forum for advances in theory, methods, and applications of visualization and visual analytics. The conference will convene an international community of researchers and practitioners from universities, government, and industry to exchange recent findings on the design and use of visualization tools.

We invite you to share your research, insights, and enthusiasm at IEEE Visual Analytics Science and Technology (VAST), IEEE Information Visualization (InfoVis), and IEEE Scientific Visualization (SciVis). The 2020 program will also feature a diverse range of symposia and co-located events, including Visualization in Practice, Visualization in Data Science, the VIS Arts Program, and data analysis Challenge competitions, as well as an Application Spotlights track.

VIS 2020 General Chairs
Valerio Pascucci, University of Utah
Mike Kirby, University of Utah


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Questions? E-mail info(at)ieeevis.org

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