For up-to-date author and presenter
information, please check out IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging
Onsite Proceedings Due Dates:
If you would like to submit a paper for publication in the SPIE & IS&T Conference Proceedings on the subject of visualization and data analysis please submit your paper by 12 July 2010.
Authors of the best papers will be invited to revise and extend their work for publication in a special issue of Information Visualization (http://www.palgrave-journals.com/ivs/index.html).
For the best papers that are led by a student author, the conference will offer a modest monetary award sponsored by U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and National Visualization and Analytics Center (NVAC). Lead authors of the first four papers in the best paper list are students and will receive their awards at VDA 2011.
Please check out the selected papers at VDA 2011 in the Program.
Click on the "Submit an Abstract" link at http://spie.org/vda
Please also read the Abstract Submission Guidelines at http://spie.org/EIsubmissionguidelines.xml
Type in the title of your paper
2. Authors: Fill in information about the primary author (first author listed), and all co-author(s).
3. Abstract: Indicate your preference for presentation type. Please note that, for oral presentation, a full paper for review is required. (NOTE: Abstract only submission will be at the best considered for a poster presentation.) Two different abstract versions are requested in the submission forms, one is used online for presentations included in the technical program and one is used in a summary digest that will be made available at the meeting. Since you are submitting a full paper for review, the 200-word summary should be included in both abstract text boxes.
4. Keywords: Provide up to 5 keywords
5. Summary: This is where you have to upload your full paper for review as a file attachment.
6. Upload: This is where you have to upload your full paper for review as a file attachment. Please use the manuscript formatting instructions found at http://spie.org/x14101.xml
Please contact SPIE (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions or require further information.