IEEEVIS

Reports from the IEEE VIS conference, the most important academic conference in information and scientific visualization.

  • More Things To Do at VIS: BELIV, VisLies, Social Media Meetup, Etc.

    More Things To Do at VIS: BELIV, VisLies, Social Media Meetup, Etc.

    For next week’s IEEE VIS conference, here are some more pointers to things that I think are worth checking out in addition to my previous list. This includes a few of the major events as well as some meetups you might otherwise have missed.


  • An Outsider’s Guide to the IEEE VIS Conference 2020

    An Outsider’s Guide to the IEEE VIS Conference 2020

    Want to watch a keynote by a Nobel laureate, catch the presentations of the best papers, or attend a workshop on visualization for communication? The IEEE VIS conference is taking place online in two weeks, October 25 to 30, and is free to attend this year. Here are a few starting points if you’ve never […]


  • IEEE VIS 2018, Part 3: New Approaches, Meet the Founders, Perception and Cognition

    IEEE VIS 2018, Part 3: New Approaches, Meet the Founders, Perception and Cognition

    The final report from VIS 2018 (see previously here and here) again covers papers, papers, and more papers. There are new ways to specify visualizations, a panel, perception research, as well as new work on how to deal with uncertainty in data.