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4 - 8 September 1997
Budapest, Hungary

Conference announcement and call for papers:

Important dates:

Advance Programme and Registration Information: 30 April 1997

Early registration: 30 June 1997

Information about the conference will be given primarily through e-mail and the web. The web pages give regular updates of conference topics, international programme committee, paper submission formats, publicity, proposals, refereeing process, final programme, travel and registration information etc. Visit us regularly to get up to date! EG'97 web home page:

Ivan Herman and Gergely Krammer
Conference Co-Chairmen

UK UNIRAS and AVS User Group Meeting 1997

17 - 18 November 1997
University of Birmingham
Conference Park, Birmingham, UK

Call for Participation

The 1997 Annual Conference is being organised by the joint UNIRAS and AVS User Group. The conference is aimed at AVS and UNIRAS users from both industry and higher education. AVS/UNIRAS is usually well represented by key management and technical personnel, so the conference provides a valuable opportunity to find out about new developments.

The conference will have exclusive use of Horton Grange, on the University of Birmingham Conference Park. Horton Grange was built during the early years of this century as an Edwardian style gentleman's residence which now stands in its own attractive and peaceful grounds. It has its own bar and Conservatory Dining Room with 32 modern and highly specified en-suite bedrooms in the adjacent North and South wings. The Conference Park itself is located very close to the University campus and has good rail links with the rest of the UK, and Birmingham International Airport as well as offering ample free car parking.

Presentations are being requested on various topics:

We welcome short abstracts on proposed presentations or full papers which will be published as part of the Conference Proceedings. Accepted talks and papers will entitle the presenting author to free registration for the conference.

Please send submissions to:

Malcolm Austen
Oxford University Computing Services
13 Banbury Road
Oxford OX2 6NN

or by e-mail to:

Conference Information:

UK UNIRAS and AVS User Group:

Paul Hatton

International Conference on Information Visualization - IV '97

27 - 29 August 1997
London, UK

Organised by GraphicsLink Association and supported by the Visualization & Graphics Research Unit of School of Computing in South Bank University, UK.

The proceedings of "International Conference on Information Visualization - IV'97" will be published by IEEE Computer Society.

Scope & Theme

The theme chosen for this conference is From Research to Practice. In recent years, visualization has added a new impetus to the field of information processing. The development of visualization permits us to walk even faster through an ever widening information highway. This conference will focus on widening aspects of visualization not only on computer-based practices but also on new streams of activities. This three-day event will focus on the practical/industrial, education and new research and developments of visualization by bringing together outstanding educators, professionals and researchers in the field. It will compromise invited lectures, papers and plenary sessions reviewing the present state-of-the-art, discussing future directions or reporting new results on the prospective fields. It is to cover all aspects and sub-areas of visualization and graphics with particular emphasis of this GraphicsLink-series on Information Visualization.

Communication & contact addresses:

GraphicsLink... IV-97
Conference Secretariat
PO Box 12905
N16 6JX, UK

Ebad Banissi

Graphical Information: Enhancing Understanding

UCISA-SG Conferences
9 - 10 July 1997
University of Edinburgh

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9 - 13 February 1998
University of West Bohemia,
Plzen, Czech Republic

The Fifth International Conference in Central Europe on Computer Graphics and Visualization 98 to be held in co-operation with IFIP working group 5.10 on Computer Graphics and Virtual Worlds.

Conference Chairs

Nadia Magnenat Thalmann, MIRALab-CUI, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Vaclav Skala, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic

Information for authors

Contribution deadline:
30 September 1997 in Camera ready format A4

Maximal length:
10 pages including tables and figures Black/White pictures for proceedings only original +3 copies

Notification after review:
30 November 1997

Final version:
10 December 1997

Notification of acceptance:
30 December 1997

Preliminary registration:

Vaclav Skala
Tel: + 420 19 2171 188