Paper Submissions(due March 31, 2000)
Scope of the ConferenceVisualization is a vital research and applications frontier shared by a variety of science, medical, engineering, business, and entertainment fields. The IEEE Visualization 2000 conference continues the focus on interdisciplinary methods. Collaboration among developers and users of visualization methods across all of science, engineering, medicine, and commerce is addressed at Visualization 2000. Here we invite you to participate in IEEE Visualization 2000 by submitting your original research through papers.
SubmissionsPapers are solicited that present research results related to all areas of visualization. Original papers are limited to 5,000 words. The submission of NTSC VHS video (up to 5 minutes in length) to accompany the paper is strongly recommended. This year we will begin accepting electronic submissions of papers. If you choose to submit electronically, please submit in PDF or postscript format. If you choose to submit hardcopy, please submit 7 hardcopies of all materials. Regardless of whether you submit your paper electronically or in the hardcopy format, a complete paper submission form including the abstract must be sent through the www.cs.sunysb.edu/~vis00 web site for each submission. Accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings; the videos will be included in the conference video proceedings.
If you choose to submit hardcopy, please send 7 copies of all your material (paper, color images, videos, etc.) to arrive at the address below no later than 4:00pm, March 31, 2000. If you choose to submit your paper electronically, but would like to submit an accompanying video with your submission you should send it labeled with the paper title to arrive at the following address no later than 4:00pm March 31, 2000. Reviewers will be sent either a web-link to the electronic submission or hardcopies of submitted materials, or both, as appropriate.
Address for submission of hardcopy material
Submitters located outside of the United States should take into account possible delays caused by customs. Customs labels should bear the words "Educational Material with no commercial value". IEEE Visualization 2000 will not pay any custom fees, duties, or tariffs incurred by your submission.
Important Dates for Authors
Paper Submission Web SiteTo submit a paper electronically, or to register an abstract for a hardcopy submission, please go to http://www.cs.sunysb.edu/~vis00.
Paper Preparation InformationDetailed instructions on how to prepare your paper for submission can be found at http://www.cs.sfu.ca/~vis00/.