EuroVA 2019 is the tenth international EuroVis workshop on Visual Analytics.
It will take place on Monday, June 3, 2019 in Porto, Portugal and is co-located with EuroVis 2019 (https://www.eurovis.org).
Visual Analytics is a problem-solving and sense-making technology that integrates analytical computations, visual representations, and interaction. It includes the analysis of complex (massive, dynamic, uncertain, …) data and information for gaining understanding, building knowledge, and inferring insight. Visual Analytics aims at a synergistic collaboration of humans and computers mediated through interactive visual interfaces. As such, Visual Analytics is an interdisciplinary field of research, including aspects of visualization, human-computer interaction, statistics and mathematics, data management and knowledge representation, data analysis and machine learning, cognitive and perceptual sciences, and more.
EuroVA 2019 is the premier workshop to present and discuss fresh ideas on new methods and theories, novel applications, designs, and studies on the use of Visual Analytics methods and systems. The workshop will accept a wide range of contributions within the broad area of Visual Analytics, including novel techniques, systems, applications, evaluation studies and methods, and theoretical foundations, as well as fresh viewpoints on future challenges and critical reflections.
Proceedings will be published in EG Digital Library. As a new development this year, selected papers are planned to be invited to submit their extended paper to a special issue of ACM TIIS (* subject to final approval).
Call for Submissions
EuroVA, a premiere workshop on Visual Analytics, is celebrating its 10th anniversary!
The workshop seeks to attract innovative, fresh and creative ideas with a high potential of becoming significant contributions to the Visual Analytics community.
We welcome a wide range of contributions within the broad area of Visual Analytics, including research papers presenting novel techniques or systems, evaluation studies and methods, and theoretical foundations, application papers, that describe success stories of Visual Analytics in practice, as well as fresh position papers expressing novel and potentially controversial viewpoints on Visual Analytics.
The workshop covers a broad range of topics in the area of Visual Analytics including, but not limited to:
- User aspects in Visual Analytics
- Scalable Visual Analytics
- Visual Analytics for machine learning & machine learning for Visual Analytics & machine learning for Visual Analytics
- Decision making through Visual Analytics
- Visual Analytics based analytical workflows
- Visual Analytics of streaming data
- Uncertainty-aware Visual Analytics
- Visual Analytics in Data Science
- Interaction techniques and novel data representations for data analysis
- Visual analysis of analytical processes and provenance
- Infrastructures, systems, frameworks, and architectures for Visual Analytics
- Data management, data provenance, and data uncertainty
- Evaluation of Visual Analytics
- Methodologic and theoretical foundations of Visual Analytics
- Visual Analytics applications, such as sports, medicine, biology, finance, security, telecommunication, travel, …
- Submission: March 7, 2019
- Notification: April 10, 2019
- Camera-ready: April 24, 2019
- Workshop: June 3, 2019
All submission deadlines are at 23:59 GMT on the date indicated.
Papers, 4 pages in length + 1 extra page for references (maximum) must be prepared using the EuroVA LaTeX template, which can be downloaded here: download link
Papers are to be submitted via the new PCS at: https://new.precisionconference.com/eurova19a.
Publication and Special Issue Papers
At least one author of an accepted paper must register and participate in the workshop to present the accepted work. The EuroVA 2019 Workshop Proceedings will be published by the Eurographics Association, and be stored on the Eurographics Digital Library.
It is planned that the authors of selected papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their paper to a special issue of ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems (TIIS) (https://tiis.acm.org/) (* subject to final approval). Further details will be announced on this page.
- Tatiana von Landesberger, Technische Universität Darmstadt
- Cagatay Turkay, City, University of London
- Michael Behrisch, Harvard University, Cambridge
- Daniel Keim, University of Konstanz Germany
- Jörn Kohlhammer, Fraunhofer IGD, Germany