Modeling and Visualization Image: L. Bilke, T. Fischer, C. Helbig, A. Huth, A. Künzelmann, K. Rink, N. Watanabe, B. Zehner
June 17-18, 2013
The workshop Visualization in Environmental Sciences (EnvirVis) is a co-event of EuroVis 2013 and invites both contributions in the fields of scientific visualization and visual data integration with a broad application area in environmental research.
Researchers in environmental sciences are faced with tremendously heterogeneous data sets, ranging in spatial scales from micrometers to thousands of kilometers and varying on time scales from milliseconds to millions of years. Typically, the original data as well as the results of numerical simulations are 3-D or 4-D data sets, such as seismic tomography images of the Earth’s interior, finite-element models of mantle convection, models of geological structures, complex soil and groundwater systems, and nuclear waste repositories in the geological subsurface or processes in the atmosphere (Billen et al. 2008). Due to the technical progress of monitoring devices as well as supercomputers, data sets are becoming more and more complex – called “big data”. This makes scientific visualization indispensable for the analysis of large numbers of integrated data sets or uncertainties in high-resolution numerical models. The scientific ‘‘market’’ for visual data exploration is increasing as more and more visualization facilities become available to environmental research. This, in turn, encourages the development of scientific software specific to the visualization of environmental data. Such frameworks are also very well suited for educational and outreach purposes.
Addressed areas for visualization studies:
- Soil and groundwater research
- Climate research
- Waste management
- Short papers due:
March 8, 2013extended to: March 14, 2013
- Final decisions: April 19, 2013
- Camera-ready versions due: May 3, 2013
- Workshop: June 17-18, 2013
- EES Topical Issue manuscripts due: August 31, 2013
Short paper submissions, 4 pages in length + 1 extra page of references (maximum) relating to the environmental applications of visualization technology, are currently being accepted online.
Please refer to EuroVis short paper submission guidelines .
For further information, please contact : leslie.jakobs (at) ufz.de
In order to submit the camera-ready EnvirVis 2013 Short Papers, authors need to prepare their submissions as a PDF file using the EnvirVis 2013 Short Paper LaTeX2e style linked below. The changes in this style will only affect the headers of the document by changing the event name to that of the EnvirVis workshop. You can also copy the file "envirvis2013-short.sty" from the linked zip-file into your directory and change line 6 of the original document from
If you have any questions concerning the format please send us an e-mail. We apologize for the inconvenience.
We will edit a topical issue of the ISI Journal Environmental Earth Sciences (EES) based on the best contributions to the workshop. We hope to raise additional interest in visualization on the environmental research side through this topical issue.
Date and Location:
The workshop EnvirVis will be held in conjunction with the EuroVis 2013 Conference in Leipzig on June 17-18, 2013, preceding the main conference. Workshop and conference will be held at the Leipziger Kubus, a conference center on the UFZ Campus, Permoserstr. 15, 04318 Leipzig.
- Olaf Kolditz, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ), Leipzig, TU Dresden, Germany
- Gerik Scheuermann, University of Leipzig, Germany
- Karsten Rink, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ), Leipzig, Germany
- Lars Bernhard, TU Dresden, Germany
- Georges-Pierre Bonneau, INRIA Rhône-Alpes, France
- Min Chen, Oxford University, UK
- Leila De Floriani, University of Genova, Italy
- Doris Dransch, GFZ Potsdam, Germany
- Stefan Finsterle, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA
- Stefan Gumhold, TU Dresden, Germany
- Hans Hagen, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany
- Charles Hansen, University of Utah, USA
- Mario Hlawitschka, Universität Leipzig, Germany
- Olivier Kaufmann, Universite de Mons, Belgium
- Oswald Knoth, TROPOS Leipzig, Germany
- Niklas Röber, DKRZ, Hamburg, Germany
- Helmut Schaeben, TU Freiberg, Germany
- Uwe von Lukas, Fraunhofer IGD, Darmstadt, Germany
- Gunther Weber, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA
- Dirk Zeckzer, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany