Means of visualization are widely used in diverse application domains to analyze data, to facilitate hypothesis verification and generation, to derive new data, and to discover trends, outliers and data-dependent features. Collaborative aspects between visualization scholars and domain experts as well as design studies and the development of novel visualization techniques that shed a new light on known data objects are in the scope of the symposium. We welcome papers describing original work, i.e. hitherto unpublished scientific or information visualization research. Suggested application domains include, but are not limited to:
Full papers are only accepted in English, they should be carefully checked for correct grammar and spelling, and authors should address one or several application domains of visualization. Papers will be reviewed by at least three experts in the field. Please make sure that submissions do not substantially overlap work that has been published elsewhere or simultaneously submitted to a journal or another conference with proceedings. In such a case, papers will be rejected without reviews. LEVIA calls for papers having a length of 4 to 8 pages (+1 page for references). Accepted papers will receive a long talk slot and will be included in the LEVIA 2023 proceedings.
This year, we will also provide a platform for young researchers in applied visualization, in which they can present their research ideas and PhD topics and discuss them with experts in the field. We welcome abstracts in all application areas of visualization as suggested in the call for papers. Abstracts can be submitted for the following purposes:
Abstracts are only accepted in English, they should be carefully checked for correct grammar and spelling, and authors should address one or several application domains of visualization. Abstracts will be reviewed by at least two experts in the field. Please announce a substantial overlap with further work which has been published elsewhere or simultaneously submitted to a journal or another conference with proceedings in order to properly the purpose of your paper.
We solicit abstract submissions (2 pages +1 page for references) that outline a research idea. We explicitly welcome open question sections to promote a lively discussion of the topic. Accepted abstracts will be presented in a mixed poster/presentation session, in which each presenter will display a poster of the respective abstract topic. In addition, each presenter will give an elevator pitch of their research ideas.
Selected, promising ideas will be invited to submit a full paper after the conference, which will undergo a revision cycle that aims to provide feedback for a minor revision. Finally, accepted full papers will be included in the LEVIA 2023 proceedings next to the regularly accepted full papers.
The submission page for LEVIA'23 papers can be found via https://openreview.net.
We accept full papers from 4 up to 8 pages (+ 1 page for references) and paper abstract up to 2 pages (+ 1 page for references) that have been prepared using this IEEE Journal and Conference Template.
All accepted papers will be made available through the symposium website. In addition, we will publish the papers using Qucosa to receive a DOI for your manuscript. We are currently negotiating on publishing LEVIA papers in an CG&A special issue.