PacificVis 2020 features a short paper track, called "Visualization Notes". The purpose of this
track is to encourage young researchers to present their work and discuss with participants
including senior researchers there. The submissions can be late-breaking results or work in
progress, while they should be novel enough to attract interest from the visualization community.
|Deadline:||December 6th (Fri), 2019|
|Notification:||January 17th (Fri), 2020|
|Camera ready:||February 7th (Fri), 2020|
|All deadlines are due at 9:00 pm Pacific Time (PDT/PST).|
The suggested topics for the "Visualization Notes" are the same as those for full papers, while the ideas there can be relatively small as compared with those for full papers. Nonetheless, the "Visualization Notes" are still expected to contain technically interesting results in theories and/or applications. Please note that all submissions must be original and thus have not been published elsewhere. All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed through a single-stage process by an international program committee. Accepted short papers will be included in the conference proceedings and in IEEE Digital Library.
Papers are to be submitted online through the new Precision Conference System (Click) at the Visualization Notes track of PacificVis 2020 (VGTC).
Original unpublished papers of up to five (5) pages (two-column, single-spaced, 9 point font, including figures, tables and references) are invited. Manuscripts must be written in English, and follow the formatting guidelines. It is recommended (but not mandatory) to submit an anonymized version of your manuscript for double-blind review - in this case, please remove all author and affiliation information from submissions and supplemental files as well as substitute your paper's ID number for the author name. Papers should be submitted electronically in Adobe PDF format. Please provide supplemental videos in QuickTime MPEG-4 or DivX version 5, and use TIFF, JPEG, or PNG for supplemental images.
Tony Huang, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Barbora Kozlikova, Masaryk University, Czech Republic