The organizers of EuroRV³ 2013 thank all contributors for the interesting talks and valuable discussions. All short paper contributions can now be found in the Eurographics Digital Library.
Finally, EuroRV³ starts today at 2pm with a Keynote by Torsten Möller. We hope you all safely arrive in Leipzig. From Hauptbahnhof take the Tram line 3 until the stop “Torgauer/Permoserstraße” or a taxi directly to Leipzig Kubus. We have packed an interesting program for the upcoming two days and are hoping for many fruitful discussions.
The program of the EuroRV³ is now finalized and can be found at http://www.eurorvvv.org/program/. We are looking forward to two exciting days and want to provide a unique place to see new and well-known faces supporting reproducibility, verification, and validation in visualization. The keynote, opening the workshop on Monday, will be held by Torsten Möller and has the topic “Evaluation in Science vs. Design — A Visualization Perspective”. On Tuesday, the workshop will be closed by a panel about the future of RV³ and a capstone from Gordon Kindlmann about “Fairly Sharing the Costs of Reproducibility: Precedents and Possibilities”.
Registration for EuroVis 2013 and the associated workshops, e.g. EuroRV³, is open now. Please visit http://www.eurovis2013.de/content/registration to get the early-bird rate till April 29th and book accommodation. A rough time plan for the whole conference is already published at http://eurovis2013.de/content/preliminary-program and the detailed EuroRV³ program will be published at the beginning of May. The EuroRV³ team is looking forward to an exciting week.
The submission for EuroRV³ is now open over the Precision Conference System. Deadline for all submissions is March 8, 2013 (23:59 UTC/GMT). This year’s workshop invites short papers (4 pages without references, 5 pages including references) and panel proposals (2 pages), see submission page for more details. All accepted short papers will be presented at the workshop and published in the Eurographics Digital Librabry. The best papers will be selected after the workshop and invited to submit extended versions to a special issue of Computing and Visualization in Science.