|Welcome to IEEE InfoVis 2007|
| October 28 - October 30, 2007
The conference papers are now available online at the IEEE Digital Library by clicking here.
Please click here for a schedule of conference events.
Keynote and Capstone speakers set. Two dynamic invited speakers, Matthew Ericson of the New York Times (IEEE InfoVis keynote) and Stephen Few of Perceptual Edge (combined IEEE InfoVis capstone/IEEE VAST capstone) will be presenting talks.
Registration for IEEE InfoVis, IEEE Visualization, and IEEE VAST is now open. To preregister for the conferences and symposium now, please click here. For deadlines and other information, please click here. To reserve your room at the Hyatt Regency Sacramento, please click here.
Speakers: PowerPoint templates for IEEE InfoVis 2007 presentations are now available. Please click here to download. Speakers at IEEE Vis 2007 should click here to download their templates. IEEE VAST templates will be available shortly.
Special Events in 2007:
IEEE Visualization and InfoVis Conferences and co-located IEEE VAST (Visual Analytics Science and Technology) Symposium will again host a Doctoral Colloquium to support the next generation of visualization researchers. Click here for details.
Computer-based information visualization centers around helping people explore or explain data through interactive software that exploits the capabilities of the human perceptual system. A key challenge in information visualization is designing a cognitively useful spatial mapping of a dataset that is not inherently spatial and accompanying the mapping by interaction techniques that allow people to intuitively explore the dataset. Information visualization draws on the intellectual history of several traditions, including computer graphics, human-computer interaction, cognitive psychology, semiotics, graphic design, statistical graphics, cartography, and art. The synthesis of relevant ideas from these fields with new methodologies and techniques made possible by interactive computation are critical for helping people keep pace with the torrents of data confronting them.
IEEE InfoVis 2007 is co-located with
Submission InfoVis 2007 Home Page