We have finalized the call for papers for the fifth EuroRV³, which will again be held in conjunction with EuroVis, this year in Barcelona, Spain, June 12-13, 2017. This year’s workshop concentrates on perceptual evaluation of visualization and is subtitled “Perception in Visualization”. We solicit short papers, which will be peer-reviewed in a one-stage process and electronically published in the Eurographics Digital Library. Submission deadline is February 17th, 2016. See the submission page for further details.
We are very happy to announce that EuroRV³, the international EuroVis Workshop on Reproducibility, Verification, and Validation in Visualization will continue in 2017. The fifth edition will be co-located with EuroVis 2017 in Barcelona, Spain, and take place on June 12th and 13th, 2017. This year’s edition, with the theme “Perception in Visualization”, will concentrate on sharing experiences that could be beneficial to the visualization community, especially regarding perceptual tasks for evaluation of visualization techniques and applications. We will soon publish a call for contributions, so stay tuned and please visit our website EuroRVVV.org.
The co-chairs of EuroRV³ 2016 thank all contributors and visitors of the workshop for making the event a great success with inspiring talks and long, intense, and productive discussions along the lines of reliability and transfer into practice for medical visualization. All papers can be downloaded from now on in the Eurographics Digital Library.
PS: EuroRV³ will continue! Stay tuned and follow the EuroRV³ website for updates on the new directions EuroRV³ might tackle next year.
We hope that you all safely arrived in Groningen. EuroRV³ 2016 has successfully started and we are looking forward to two half days of intense discussions. The program was slightly changed for today’s late afternoon session. The keynote by Javier Oliván Bescós from Philips Healthcare now already starts at 16:10, directly after the coffee break, followed by the classification talk.
We are happy to announce that we have finalized the program of EuroRV³ and put together two half days of high-quality talks in the vibrant field between reproducibility of medical visualization techniques and reliability of visualization methods in clinical practice. The program can be found online at our webpage or as a Google Calendar. We wish you all a save trip to Groningen and are looking forward meeting you at the workshop.
PS: Don’t forget to register, the early bird deadline is May 15, at the EuroVis webpage.
The submission deadline has been extended to March 4th due to popular demand!
We are happy to announce that Dr. Javier Oliván Bescós, senior scientist at Philips Healthcare confirmed to give a keynote at the EuroRV³ workshop. The title of the talk will be: “Joint efforts of academia and industry in healthcare applications: the journey beyond the journal”. We are looking forward to see Javier in Groningen!
We have finalized the IPC and the call for papers for the fourth EuroRV³, which will again be held in conjunction with EuroVis, this year in Groningen, the Netherlands, June 6-7, 2016. This year’s workshop concentrates on reliability of medical visualizations and is subtitled “From Medical Visualization Concepts to Certified Applications”. We solicit short papers, which will be peer-reviewed in a one-stage process and electronically published in the Eurographics Digital Library. Submission deadline is February 26th, 2016 and submissions are handled through the SRM system. See the submission page for further details.
We are very happy to announce that EuroRV³, the international EuroVis Workshop on Reproducibility, Verification, and Validation in Visualization continues in 2016. The fourth edition will be co-located with EuroVis 2016 in Groningen, the Netherlands and take place on June 6-7, 2016. This year’s edition with the topic “From Medical Visualization Concepts to Certified Applications” will concentrate on sharing both positive and negative experiences that could be beneficial to the visualization community, especially regarding reliable visualization for medical applications. We will soon publish a call for contributions, so stay tuned and check our website EuroRVVV.org.
We had a very inspiring and productive meetup about directions for further rewarding reproducibility in visualization. The audience was very diverse and discussed from very different viewpoints the possible directions in this regard. A collection of the findings and opinions of the meetup was collected in a common document. The organizers and a group of committed people will pursue the found directions and try to establish concrete methods for rewards in the future.