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                           CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

                               VISUALIZATION '91
                    Sponsored by  IEEE Computer Society,
                 Technical Committee on Computer Graphics.
                October 22-25, 1991   San Diego, California

This second conference will continue to explore how visualization is
being used to extract knowledge from data.  The conference is
concerned with all aspects of visualization, with a focus on
interdisciplinary techniques.  The conference will allow a dialogue to
occur between the developers of visualization methods and visualization
users across the full spectrum of science, engineering and  business.

                 Paper Submission (due April 15, 1991)

Original papers for the conference proceedings should be limited to
5000 words.  Where appropriate, the use of video as part of the paper is
strongly encouraged.   Videos should be submitted for review with
papers.  Contact either co-chair for  information.  Four copies of each
paper and ntsc-vhs video should be submitted  to Gregory Nielson,
papers co-chair.


Gregory M. Nielson
Computer Science Department
Arizona State University
Rural Road and University Ave.
Tempe, AZ  85287-5406
(602) 965-2785

Larry Rosenblum
Naval Research Laboratory

Panel Proposals (due April 15, 1991)
Proposals for panels are solicited.  These should emphasize the
application of scientific visualization to problems in research,
development, demonstration, or business.  The panels will be presented
in parallel with papers and the case studies during the conference.  A
six page summary or position statements will be published in the
proceedings which will be available at the conference.


R. Daniel Bergeron
Department of Computer Science
University of New Hampshire
Durham, NH  03824
(603) 862-2677

Nahum D. Gershon
The MITRE Corporation
7325 Colshire Drive
McLean, VA 22102-3481
(703) 883-7518

Tutorial Proposals (due April 15, 1991)
Proposals for full and 1/2 day tutorials (beginning & advanced) are
solicited.  These will be held on Tuesday of the conference week.


Gary Laguna
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
P.O. Box 808, L-125
Livermore, CA 94550

Hikmet Senay
Dept. of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
George Washington University
Washington, DC 20052
(202) 994-5910

Interdisciplinary Case Studies (due April 15, 1991)
Proposals examining the interdisciplinary nature of visualization, tools
and real time applications are especially solicited.  These will be
presented at the conference and a four page summary will be published
in the proceedings.  The intent here is to emphasize the
interdisciplinary nature of most applications of visualization .


Paul Hazan
Applied Physics Laboratory
John Hopkins University
Laurel, MD 20707
(301) 953-5364

Jeffrey Posdamer
AT&T Bell Labs
Room 15E-315
1 Whittany Road
Whittany, NJ 07981-0903
(201) 386-6396

Demonstrations (due June 3, 1991)
A portion of the conference will be devoted solely to demonstrations.
Research organizations and commercial companies interested in
presenting should contact the co-chairs.


Jerome Cox
Department of Computer Science
Washington University, Box 1045
St. Louis, MO 63130
(314) 889-6132

Susan Stearman
Digital Equipment Corporation
4 Results Way MRO4-2/H19
Marlboro, MA 01752-3070
(508) 467-3575

Workshops (due April 15, 1991)
Proposals for 1 or 2 day workshops on specific visualization methods or
the application of visualization to specific problems areas should be sent
to one of the workshop Co-Chairs.  These workshops should deal with
state-of-the-art topics and involve experts in the field.  If appropriate,
the workshops may be co-sponsored by another professional


Art Olson
Department of Molecular Biology MB5
Research Institute of Scripps Clinic
La Jolla, CA 92037
(619) 554-9702

Lloyd Treinish
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
P.O. Box 704,  Room SK-Y68
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
(914) 784-5038

Conference Co-Chairs
        Russell Athay, Biosym
        Bruce Brown, Oracle

Program Co-Chairs
        Georges Grinstein, University of Lowell

        Arie Kaufman, SUNY at Stony Brook


Please distribute hard copies of this note or forward to any lists you
think appropriate. If you have further publicity ideas please respond
via e-mail to me.
Jeff Beddow

Dr. Georges Grinstein - Institute for Visualization and Perception Research
University of Lowell                                     Lowell, MA 01854

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