19th International Symposium on Visual Computing (ISVC'24) Call for Papers

Call for Papers, Special Tracks, and Tutorials
19th International Symposium on Visual Computing (ISVC'24)

October 21-23, 2024
Lake Tahoe, Nevada, USA 


The 19th International Symposium on Visual Computing (ISVC'24) will
take place in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, USA, October 21-23, 2024 (at
Harrah’s Lake Tahoe Resort and Casino). ISVC provides a common
forum for researchers, scientists, engineers, and practitioners to
present their latest research findings, ideas, developments, and
applications in visual computing. In particular, ISVC seeks papers
contributing to the state of the art and practice in the four main
areas of visual computing: (1) computer vision, (2) computer graphics,
(2) visualization, and (4) virtual reality. Of special interest are
papers that combine ideas from two or more areas. The symposium will
consist of invited and contributed presentations, six keynote
presentations, special tracks, and poster sessions covering all areas
of visual computing. More information about past meetings can be found
using the links below.

*** Important Dates ***
(All deadlines are at 11:59 PM Pacific Daylight Time)
 Tutorial and Special Track Proposals	March 25, 2024
 Tutorial & Special Track Notifications	April 1, 2024
 Paper Submissions	July 15, 2024
 Notification of Acceptance	August 25, 2024
 Final Paper	September 24, 2024
 Early Registration	September 24, 2024
 Hotel Reservation	September 24, 2024
 ISVC'24	October 21-23, 2024

*** Call for Special Tracks *** 
Proposals are invited for special tracks on topics relevant to ISVC (see instructions on the ISVC webpage). Special tracks are intended to stimulate in-depth discussions in special areas relevant to the symposium theme. All papers accepted for presentation in a special track will be published in the symposium proceedings. More information can be found using the links below.

*** Call for Tutorials ***
ISVC invites proposals for tutorials of interest to individuals
interested in Visual Computing including graduate students,
researchers and educators from academia, and researchers and
practitioners from industry and government. More information can be
found using the links below.



*** Submission and Review Process ***
This is a fully refereed symposium. Papers submitted to ISVC must not
be currently under consideration for publication in another
conference. Each submission will be reviewed by three members of the
Program Committee (PC) using a “double-blind” review process to
determine its appropriateness for acceptance and presentation (oral or
poster) at ISVC.  Therefore, submissions should not contain names or
other information revealing the authors’ identity. Papers will be
reviewed with an emphasis on the potential to contribute to the state
of the art in the field. Selection criteria include accuracy and
originality of ideas, clarity and significance of results, and
presentation quality. Papers should be submitted in camera-ready
format and their length should match that intended for final

*** Publication ***
The symposium's proceedings are published by Springer in the Lecture
Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series. Information on abstracting
and indexing of the LNCS series can be found using the link below.

*** Special Issue ***
Authors of selected papers presented at ISVC’24 will be invited to
submit an extended version of their work for expedited review and
possible publication in a special issue on Advances in Visual
Computing in the Machine Vision and Applications journal (to be
confirmed) ISVC. The paper submission deadline is tentatively on March
15, 2025, with the publication of the special issue expected by the
end of 2025.

*** Attendance ***
ISVC is a premier forum for presenting and discussing current research
in visual computing. At least one author must attend and present the
paper at the symposium. If no authors can attend the symposium and
present their paper(s) due to unforeseen reasons, they should contact
the steering committee chair to make alternative arrangements (i.e.,
recorded presentation or presentation by another attendee).  Papers
not presented at the symposium without a valid reason will be
withdrawn from the symposium proceedings.

*** Job Posting ***
If your institution or company has any job openings, you can post an
announcement free of charge on the ISVC website using the link below.


*** Sponsorship *** 
There are several sponsorship opportunities available this year,
please follow the link below for more information.


*** Steering Committee ***
Bebis George, Univ of Nevada, Reno (chair)
Coquillart Sabine, INRIA
Klosowski James, AT&T Labs Research
Kuno Yoshinori, Saitama University                         
Lin Steve, Microsoft Research                                   
Lindstrom Peter, Lawrence Livermore Nat Lab                                     
Moreland Kenneth, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Nefian Ara, NASA Ames Research Center          
Tafti Ahmad P., University of Pittsburgh