APVIS 2005

Asia Pacific Symposium on Information Visualisation 2005

(Formerly known as Invis.au)

January 27 - 29, 2005, Sydney, Australia

Official Website of APVIS 2005: http://www.it.usyd.edu.au/~visual/apvis/

Information visualisation involves the visual representation, presentation and exploration of abstract information. Successful visualisation is a powerful tool with which to tackle the increasing size and complexity of data sets in a wide range of application areas. Examples of application domains include capital markets, software structure, military logistics, social networks, program traces and bio-informatics. The discipline includes elements of many fields, including human-computer interaction, computer graphics, cognitive psychology, statistics, graphic design, algorithms, virtual and augmented reality, and software engineering. The Asia Pacific Information Visualisation Symposium provides an opportunity for the community of researchers in the Asia-Pacific region to share the progress that has been made toward the fulfilment of this promise with colleagues from other parts of the world.

Call for Paper


Authors are invited to submit papers describing original and unpublished research. The topics include, but are not limited to:

Submission Guidelines

Authors are requested to prepare their contribution as a full paper. Papers should be a maximum of 10 pages. All papers should be submitted electronically. Contributions must be packed in a single file. Papers should be submitted on or before September 30, 2004 by e-mail in postscript or PDF format to: apvis_2005@nicta.com.au. Simultaneous submission to other conferences with published proceedings is not allowed.


Submitted papers will be refereed and the accepted submissions will be in the official proceedings of the symposium. Authors of accepted papers must guarantee that their paper will be presented at the conference. After the symposium, selected papers will be published in a special issue of a journal (to be decided).

Important Dates

Invited Speaker:

Jim Thomas (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)


Sydney (venue: Mercure Hotel Sydney on Broadway)

Symposium Chair

Program Committee

Organizing Committee


Tradition InVis.au