GNV: Graph and Network Visualization

Call for Paper


Graph and network visualization is mainly concerned with algorithmic methods that combine criteria of aesthetics, legibility and efficiency for the visualization of purely combinatorial information (represented as  (un)directed graphs) and it is primarily motivated by applications where it is crucial to analyze and interact with relational data by means of visualization techniques.

Call for Papers:

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Design and experimentation of graph and network visualisation algorithms
  • Techniques, interfaces and interaction methods for graphs, trees, and other relational data
  • Visualization of graphs and networks in application areas such as:
    – social sciences
    – software engineering
    – cloud and mobile computing
    – circuit design
    – biology
  • Benchmarks and experimental analysis for graph visualization systems
  • Software systems, prototypes and user interfaces for graph visualization
  • Geometric and topological graph theory
  • Cognitive experiments, case studies, and best practices for graph visualization


Session  Co-Chairs:

Session Program Committee:


Important Dates

Paper Submission: April 25, 2015

Notification of Authors: May 05, 2015

Camera Ready: May 16, 2015

Contact Information

Prof. Antonios Symvonis

National Tech. U. of Athens