EuroRVVV Program Online

The EuroRVVV: EuroVis Workshop on Reproducibility, Verification, and Validation in Visualization will take place on Tuesday, June 5, from morning until lunchtime.

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Preliminary Program Online

The preliminary program for EuroVis 2012 is now available. There will be 2 invited talks, by Oliver Bimber and Torsten Möller, 52 full paper presentations, 21 short paper presentations, 2 Computer Graphics Forum paper presentations, and more.

First Reviewing Round Results

The authors were notified of the results of the first reviewing round on Friday, February 17. Out of a total of 202 submissions, we conditionally accepted 55 papers. These papers will undergo a second round of reviewing after having been revised, before the final decision is made. Additionally, we recommended 6 papers to Computer Graphics Forum as "resubmit with major revisions" for a fast-track review process. All submissions received at least 4 (primary, secondary, and 2+ external) reviews. We thank all authors for submitting to EuroVis and hope for their participation in June. The competition was very tough and we hope that authors of papers that did not make it will find the reviewer comments helpful in revising their work.

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Call for Short Papers Published

The call for short papers has been published. This newly introduced track will provide researchers the opportunity to present present late-breaking results, work in progress, and follow-up extensions or evaluations of existing methods in an international forum. Short papers will be peer-reviewed in a one-stage process by an international program committee. They will be electronically archived and are fully citeable publications limited to 4 pages excluding references and 5 pages in total length. They will be orally presented at the conference. The short paper deadline is March 2, 2012.

Submission System Open

The Precision Conference System (PCS) which will be used to handle all submissions for EuroVis 2012 is now open. Authors can now register and submit their abstracts until the abstract deadline (December 2). Furthermore, you can now volunteer to act as a reviewer. To access the system, please follow this link: