Aims and Scope
EG VCBM is a bi-annual event addressing state-of-the-art visual computing research with a strong focus on applications in biology and medicine. EG VCBM is unique, as it provides a highly interdisciplinary forum for experts from computer graphics, visualization, computer vision, visual analytics, human computer interfaces and end users from biology and medicine jointly working on next generation visual computing solutions for healthcare and the biotechnology sector.
The Satellite Events will be taking place on September 3, the conference itself on September 4 and 5.
Further information can be found here.
We are looking for enthusiastic student volunteers!
In return for your time (helping with registration, coffee breaks, and at social events), you will receive free admission to the whole workshop, including satellite and social events!
If you would like to be part of our team, please send a short email to Ivan Viola (email@example.com).
Full Call for Volunteers (in case you know others who might be interested) can be found here.
Postponing the submission deadline was worth it! Now it’s time for the double blind reviewing process.
Information on whether their paper was chosen to be part of VCBM’s program will be send to the author(s) by July 31st.
Further upcoming deadlines:
- Poster submission: August 07, 2014
- Camera-ready deadline: August 14, 2014
Due to requests for a deadline extension we have moved the paper deadline until the end of the week.
The new paper deadline is 22.06.2014 23:59:59 CET.
We hope this gives you some extra time to hand in your paper as well!
We are happy to announce that VCBM 2014 registration has officially been opened!
Please head on to the registration page if you’d like to join us in Vienna on September 3rd-5th for what a great scientific and social program.
We’re looking forward to seeing you there!
Two satellite events will take place on September 3rd at the VCBM location. Both events will be open to the public and free of charge. At VisBio 2014 and the bi-annual meeting of GI Fachgruppe “Visual Computing in Biology and Medicine”, experts on Illustrative and Biomedical Visualization will be meeting up to discuss current development and exchange research ideas and results.
Further details can be found here.