[Infovis] Call for participation: VisComm

Arcia, Adriana aa2594 at cumc.columbia.edu
Fri May 22 23:53:35 CEST 2020

VisComm: Workshop on Visualization for Communication

Submission Deadline: June 15, 2020

For more information see: https://viscomm.io/<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__viscomm.io_&d=DwMFaQ&c=G2MiLlal7SXE3PeSnG8W6_JBU6FcdVjSsBSbw6gcR0U&r=ajRqxFkv6SNGlXjUaz1aZGLc12rBSumng4FnWAXCJnk&m=yAhMFp1JTjHLk-OJnuUlb9PfY0GxpZZHMuWL8y5QYZs&s=jiOdnVpiF1xucG-dnVA4XttASecJ-f81v-XmKw5zWnE&e=>

While visualization research is still focused mainly on data analysis, most people experience visualization in the media, where it may describe political topics, budgets, and sports. An independent community of visualization practitioners has sprung up, producing and deconstructing visualizations of broad interest. Free visualization tools are widely available and used. The VisComm workshop brings together practitioners and researchers from a broad range of disciplines to address questions raised by visualization’s new communicative role. We encourage participation from journalists, designers, and others that do not typically attend the IEEE Visualization conference.


VisComm seeks short research papers, short position papers, and posters. In addition, Viscomm accepts visual case studies, which allow visualization practitioners to present their visualizations, and discuss how they were designed and received by their audience. Practitioners may submit case studies as web sites or videos. For further details, see the workshop website: http://viscomm.io<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__viscomm.io&d=DwMFaQ&c=G2MiLlal7SXE3PeSnG8W6_JBU6FcdVjSsBSbw6gcR0U&r=ajRqxFkv6SNGlXjUaz1aZGLc12rBSumng4FnWAXCJnk&m=yAhMFp1JTjHLk-OJnuUlb9PfY0GxpZZHMuWL8y5QYZs&s=_5UJgjAU05FMRweqiLPE2BvxPlnBNUmmy6C5dC-mIyI&e=>.

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