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You might have seen our previous announcement of DAVis, the 5th International Symposium on Design and Aesthetics in Visualisation, co-located with the much bigger IEEE IV010 conference in London.

For all those of you who missed the quite tight submission deadline, here is some very good news:
Submissions are still possible until March 21! Make sure to check out the rules about the style, maximum length, important dates, etc. at the IV'10 website (click on "Papers"). Here some answers to the questions we received so far: we accept long and short papers and posters, although long papers are much preferred. After successfully passing the double-blind peer-review process, all accepted submissions will be published as full academic publications in the official conference proceedings by IEEE and thus be available online for all to see.

Again - we are looking forward to your submissions and do not hesitate to get in touch, if there might be any open questions left!

This post was written by Moritz Stefaner, a researcher and freelance practitioner on the crossroads of design and information visualization. Occasionally, he blogs at well-formed-data.net.