The Conference on Visualization and Data Analysis (VDA) 2024 covers all research, development, and application aspects of data visualization and visual analytics. Since the first VDA conference was held in 1994, the annual event has grown steadily into a major venue for visualization researchers and practitioners from around the world to present their work and share their experiences. We invite you to participate by submitting your original research as a full paper, for an oral or interactive (poster) presentation, and attending VDA 2024.
2024 Conference Topics
The VDA conference solicits papers on all topics of data visualization, including, but not limited to:
- Biomedical visualization
- Case studies and empirical studies
- Data mining
- Exploratory data visualization and analysis
- Geographic visualization
- Graph visualization
- High-performance computing and visualization
- Image processing
- Information visualization
- Multivariate time series visualization
- Scientific visualization
- Sentiment analysis
- Social media
- Virtual and augmented reality
- Human factors
- Volume and flow visualization
2024 Special Sessions
Kostas Pantazos Memorial Award for Outstanding Paper in Visualization and Data Analysis
||Nikola Vugdelija¹, Rainer Splechtna², Goran Todorović³, Mirko Sužnjević⁴, and Krešimir Matković²; ¹Gamepires d.o.o. (Croatia), ²VRVis Research Center (Austria), ³AVlL_AST d.o.o. (Croatia), and ⁴University of Zagreb (Croatia) for their work on "Comparative visualization for noise simulation data."
||Sifan Ye, Ting Wu, Michael Jarvis, and Yuhao Zhu (Stanford University, eBay Inc., and University of Rochester) for their work on "Digital reconstruction of Elmina Castle for mobile virtual reality via point-based detail transfer."
||Mark A. Livingston, Laura Matzen, Derek Brock, Andre Harrison, and Jonathan W. Decker (US Naval Research Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories, and US Army Research Laboratory) for their work on "Testing the value of salience in statistical graphs."
||Casey Haber and Robert Gove (Chartio and Two Six Labs) for their work on "A visualization tool for analyzing the suitability of software libraries via their code repositories."
Maggie Goulden, Eric Gronda, Yurou Yang, Zihang Zhang, Jun Tao, Chaoli Wang, Xiaojing Duan, G. Alex Ambrose, Kevein Abbott, and Patrick Miller (Trinity College Dublin, University of Maryland, Zhejiang University, and University of Notre Dame) for their work titled "CCVis: Visual analytics of student online learning behaviors using course clickstream data."
Benjamin Karer, Inga Scheler, and Hans Hagen (University of Kaiserslautern) for their work on "A step towards automatic visual analytics pipeline generation."
Stefan Zellmann, Mauritius Hoevels, and Ulrich Lang (University of Cologne and University Hospital of Cologne) for their work titled "Ray traced volume clipping using multi-hit BVH traversal."
Kaiyu Zhao, Matthew Ward, Elke Rundensteiner, and Huong Higgins (Worcester Polytechnic Institute) for their work on "MaVis: Machine learning aided multi-model framework for time series visual analytics."
Kostas Pantazos and Soren Lauesen (IT University of Copenhagen) for their work on "End-user development in visualizations." Award accepted by Dimitris Pantazos.
Yi-Jen Chiang, New York University (United States)
David L. Kao, NASA Ames Research Center (United States)
Thomas Wischgoll, Wright State University (United States)
Madjid Allili, Bishop's University (Canada)
Wes Bethel, San Francisco State University (US)
Hank Childs, University of Oregon (US)
Ulrich Engelke, CSIRO (Australia)
Matti Groehn, Glue (Finland)
Christopher G. Healey, North Carolina State University (US)
Ming Jiang, Lawrence Livermore National Lab (US)
Andreas Kerren, Linnaeus University (Sweden)
Peter Lindstrom, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (US)
Aidong Lu, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte (US)
Shawn Martin, SNL (US)
Joerg Meyer, Apple (US)
Fabio Miranda, University of Illinois at Chicago (US)
Alex Pang, University of California, Santa Cruz (US)
Theresa-Marie Rhyne, Computer Graphics and E-Learning (US)
Rene Rosenbaum, meeCoda (Germany)
Graig Sauer, Towson University (US)
Inga Scheler, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern (Germany)
Tobias Schreck, Universität Konstanz (Germany)
Shigeo Takahashi, The University of Aizu (Japan)
Hsu-Chun Yen, National Taiwan University (Taiwan ROC)
Eugene Zhang, Oregon State University (US)
Wenjin Zhou, Oakland University (US)