Posters (CFP for posters)

PacificVis 2021 is soliciting high quality poster proposals. The PacificVis 2021 poster program is welcoming all areas of visualization research such as information visualization, scientific visualization, and visual analytics science and technology. As we would like the authors to demonstrate novel and applicable ideas in all aspects of visualization, posters on work in progress and on practical applications are welcome.

The poster session is an opportunity for one-on-one dialogue and small group discussion in a casual setting. Extended abstracts of the accepted posters will be included in the electronic conference proceedings, which will be available as a USB memory stick distributed to conference attendants.

Important Dates

  • Submissions due: Feb. 22, 2021 Mar. 1, 2021
  • Notification: Mar. 1, 2021 Mar. 8, 2021
  • Camera-ready due: Mar. 10, 2021 Mar. 18, 2021
All deadlines are due at 9:00 pm Pacific Time (PDT/PST).


Submissions should be made electronically in the Adobe PDF format. Poster abstracts should take up to 2 pages, including figures and tables. It should use two-column, single-space and 9-point font. Other format rules follow the formatting guidelines. Manuscripts must be written in English. The posters will be peer-reviewed by the poster co-chairs in a one-stage,single-blind process. The review will be based on the level of contribution, validity of the results, originality, and clarity of presentation. We will evaluate primarily the poster abstracts, but we also take into account supplemental materials such as videos and images if provided. The template can be downloaded at

Poster Presentation

Accepted poster will be presented at the (virtual) poster session of the conference. The final posters should be printed in a piece of paper no larger than A0 (841mm x 1189mm / 33.1ʺ×46.8 ʺ). At least one author of each accepted poster must register for and attend the conference and present the work. Authors will also be required to present a brief summary of their talk at the fast-forward session.

Poster Co-chairs

Steffen Frey, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Siming Chen, Fudan University, China