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Conference on Visualization and Data Analysis 2009 (EI108)
 
Conference on Visualization and Data Analysis 2009 (EI108)
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Part of IS&T/SPIE's International Symposium on Electronic Imaging 2009
 
Part of IS&T/SPIE's International Symposium on Electronic Imaging 2009
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18-22 January 2009, San Jose, California, USA
 
18-22 January 2009, San Jose, California, USA
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Full Paper for Review Due: 1 August 2008*
 
Full Paper for Review Due: 1 August 2008*
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Final Manuscript Due: 27 October 2008
 
Final Manuscript Due: 27 October 2008
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Final Summary (200 words) Due: 17 November 2008
 
Final Summary (200 words) Due: 17 November 2008
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http://vw.indiana.edu/vda2009/
 
http://vw.indiana.edu/vda2009/
  

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Conference on Visualization and Data Analysis 2009 (EI108)

Part of IS&T/SPIE's International Symposium on Electronic Imaging 2009

18-22 January 2009, San Jose, California, USA

Full Paper for Review Due: 1 August 2008*

Final Manuscript Due: 27 October 2008

Final Summary (200 words) Due: 17 November 2008

http://vw.indiana.edu/vda2009/

Description

This conference covers all aspects of visualization and issues affecting successful visualizations. The conference has grown rapidly over the years and has attracted participants from throughout the world. Submissions are peer reviewed with an acceptance rate of ~50% making the quality of the conference and its publications extremely high. We invite you to contribute quality papers covering research results as well as works-in-progress.

The papers from this conference will be published in a bound Proceeding available from SPIE. Authors of the best papers in the conference will have the option of having extended versions of their papers reviewed for publication in the Journal of Electronic Imaging or a future special issue of the Journal of Electronic Imaging focusing on visualization.

Example topics include, but are not limited to:

   * Internet imaging, medical imaging, image processing
   * Biomedical visualization and applications
   * Internet, web, and security visualizations
   * Analysis techniques and data mining
   * Data exploration using classical and novel approaches
   * Databases and visualization
   * High-performance computing and parallel rendering
   * Tools and applications exemplified by case studies
   * Virtual environments and data visualization
   * Information and scientific visualization
   * Volume and flow visualization
   * Interaction paradigms and human factors


The conference organizers will also accept suggestions on poster-only presentations, panel topics, and suggestions for invited speakers.