IEEE 2001 Symposium on Parallel and Large-Data Visualization and
Sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society and in cooperation with
Eurographics and ACM SIGGRAPH
October 22-23, 2001 Paradise
Point Hotel San Diego, California
PVG 2001, the IEEE Symposium on Parallel and Large-Data Visualization and
Graphics, will be held on October 22-23, 2001 in conjunction with IEEE Visualization 2001. This is the 5th meeting
in a series that began with the Parallel Rendering Symposium. The current title
reflects an expanded emphasis on large data models, scientific visualization and graphics
in addition to photorealistic rendering. This emphasis is intended to address
subject areas outside the bounds of larger conferences, e.g. IEEE Visualization or ACM
Papers are due March 31, 2001 and are expected to address issues of large data models,
parallelism, or both as applied to problems in visualization and graphics. Although
large data models and parallelism are often linked, submission of papers focusing on
small-scale parallelism and non-parallel large data techniques is encouraged. We are
also interested in hardware, survey papers and state-of-the-art case studies.
Possible topics include:
Parallel algorithms, architectures and software.
Load balancing, scalability, and performance.
Multi-resolution and out-of-core techniques.
Isocontouring and volume rendering.
Vector/tensor field visualization.
Parallel rendering, modeling and simulation.
Displays and multi-modal interaction, virtual reality.
Graphics/network accelerators and systems.
Submission: the deadline for submissions is March 31, 2001. Final papers will
be limited to 8 proceedings pages plus one page of color figures. Case studies are
limited to 4 proceedings pages plus one page of color figures. Please e-mail your
submission in either PDF or compressed Postscript to:
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