Co-located Events

There will be several events co-located with EuroVis 2015. Questions regarding the co-located events should be directed to the organizers of the specific event.

EGPGV 2015

EGPGV, the Eurographics Symposium on Parallel Graphics and Visualization will take place on May 25-26. EGPGV is the premier international event focusing on parallel graphics and visualization technology, where novel solutions exploiting and defining new trends in parallel hardware and software architectures are presented. The aim of the symposium is to strongly encourage exchange of experiences and knowledge in parallel and distributed visual computing and its application to all aspects of computer graphics and data visualization. 

See EGPGV web site (egpgv.org/egpgv2015/) for more details.

EUROVA 2015

EuroVA, the sixth international Eurovis workshop on Visual Analytics will take place on May 25-26. EuroVA aims at continuing the success of the previous editions, held in Bordeaux, France, in Bergen, Norway, in Vienna, Austria,in Leipzig, Germany, and in Swansea, Wales. Also this year the goal of the workshop is to promote and advance the combination and integration of visualization and analytics methods for the purpose of problem solving in a variety of application domains including engineering, business, public policy, biology and medicine, security, etc. 

See EUROVA web site (eurova.org) for more details.

ENVIRVIS 2015

EnvirVis, the EuroVis workshop on Visualization in Environmental Sciences, will take place on May 25-26. Researchers in environmental sciences are faced with tremendously heterogeneous 3-D or 4-D data sets, ranging in spatial scales from micrometers to thousands of kilometers, and varying on time scales from milliseconds to millions of years. Due to the technical progress of monitoring devices as well as supercomputers, data sets are becoming more and more complex – called “big data”. This makes scientific visualization indispensable for the analysis of large numbers of integrated data sets or uncertainties in high-resolution numerical models. The scientific ‘‘market’’ for visual data exploration is increasing as more and more visualization facilities become available to environmental research. This, in turn, encourages the development of scientific software specific to the visualization of environmental data. Such frameworks are also very well suited for educational and outreach purposes. The workshop will invite both contributions in the fields of scientific visualization and visual data integration with a broad application area in environmental research.

See EnvirVis web site (www.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/bsv/envirvis2015/) for more details.

EuroRV³

EuroRV³, the third international EuroVis Workshop on Reproducibility, Verification, and Validation in Visualization, will take place on May 25-26. The overall goal of the EuroRV³ workshop series, which startet 2012 in Vienna, Austria is to promote the process of visualization towards a mature, well-grounded science. This year's edition with the topic "Reproducibility in Practice" will concentrate on developing a good understanding of the value of reproducibility “in the wild” and why reproducibility is still often neglected in visualization research. We will discuss ways to achieve higher reproducibility and how conditions could be improved to overcome complications and pitfalls in this regard. In addition, it should be showcased how good reproducibility can be achieved and what efforts this takes.

See the EuroRV³ web site (eurorvvv.org) for more details.