Camera-Ready Papers

We ask authors of accepted papers to submit their final papers no later than Wednesday, April 11, 2012 through the PCS at

To do so, please go to "submissions in progress". There, you can upload your final submission. Additionally, you may update your supplementary material. Make sure that you provide all required information in PCS.

Additionally, for each paper the authors need to fill in and sign the copyright form (updated 2012-04-02) and send it to Eurographics publishing. This can be done by faxing it to the number on the form or by sending a scan as PDF to

For your camera-ready manuscript submission, please carefully verify that your paper is provided in the correct format. Specifically, please make closely check that your paper adheres to all of the following points:

  • Make sure that you use the latest LaTeX template with the correct page headings, etc. Please compare to the sample PDF to verify the correct appearance of your paper. Please note that due to reasons beyond our control, it may happen that the template gets revised once more during the next days. The changes should be only minor and not require substantial effort for you (most probably, you will only have to replace one or two files). Should this indeed happen, we will contact you again and point you to the updated template.
  • The type-setting of your paper needs to closely follow the guidelines in the template. You must use the camera-ready format, i.e., with authors and acknowledgments included, etc. (your final version, for example, should not include any page numbers). The template contains two formats and you need to use EGauthorGuidelines-eurovis12-fin.tex (not EGauthorGuidelines-eurovis12-sub.tex) for generating the final version.
  • All fonts should be embedded within the final paper PDF (this is a requirement of the publisher).
  • Make sure that the images that you include are not downsampled, but in high-resolution (otherwise their reproduction in the printed journal issue will not be high quality) .
  • The publisher remarks that it would be good to have the included images in the CMYK color model.
  • No paper can have anything else than references on the 10th page (if a 10th page is used at all). This length restriction is absolute and no exception from this rule is possible.

Submission Instructions

Please carefully read through the authors' guidelines and make yourself familiar with the paper types. Authors are also asked to follow the formatting instructions. The review process will be double-blind, so please make sure that your submission does not reveal the authors' identities or affiliations. For full papers, the submission of an abstract by December 2, 2011 is mandatory. Completed papers are due on December 9, 2011. Abstracts and papers have to be submitted through the Precision Conference System (PCS). Please note that all deadlines are at 11:59pm (23:59) UTC/GMT [convert timezone].

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Authors' Guidelines

EuroVis 2012 full paper submissions will undergo a two-stage review process. The review process is double-blind meaning that submissions must not reveal the identity of the authors (see below). All full papers accepted to EuroVis 2012 appear in a special issue of Computer Graphics Forum, containing the conference proceedings, and will appear at the same time in the Eurographics digital library.

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Paper Types

EuroVis solicits novel ideas in a broad range of visualization research topics and approaches, including such that address spatial data and related techniques (scientific visualization), as well as visualization of non-spatial data and related techniques (information visualization), and visual analytics. Authors are asked to assign their paper to one of five paper types: algorithm/technique, application/design study, evaluation, theory/model, and system.

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Formatting Information

Full Papers (deadline: December 9, 2011; abstracts due on December 2, 2011) should be at most 9 pages in length, excluding references, and at most 10 pages in length, including references.

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Reviewing Guidelines

Reviews have a direct and important impact on the quality of a conference. They also help the community as a whole to improve the quality of its research. The aim of this guide is to ensure that the review process is fair and leads to the best possible selection of papers. All reviewers should make sure that they follow the basic principles outlined in this text.

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The following list provides all deadlines and important dates for EuroVis 2012. All deadlines are at 11:59pm (23:59) UTC/GMT [convert timezone].

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