InfVis – Information Visualisation Theory & Practice

A number of invited speakers and tutorial sessions will review current state-of-the-art developments and outline future directions. This embedded with the current research being undertaken in industry and in academia will provide coverage of the salient aspects and sub-areas of visualisation and graphics. Such work will be presented in a series of symposia. One of which is the “Information Visualisation” symposium. The symposium seeks original projects that deal with but are not limited to the following topics:


  • Information Appliances & Tools
  • Information Visualisation metaphor
  • Visual Information Seeking mantra: Overview first, Zoom and filter, then Details on demand
  • Visual Exploration, Interaction and Navigation
  • Direct manipulation and dynamic queries
  • Distortion Techniques
  • Hierarchical and tree structured data
  • Network information visualization
  • Focus + Context vs. Overview + Detail
  • Coordination of visualizations
  • Zooming interfaces
  • Temporal data visualization
  • Transformation of Information
  • Web-Based Information Visualisation
  • Information Filters
  • Visualisation for Knowledge Discovery
  • Trend Analysis
  • Information Spaces
  • Large – Scale Data & Information
  • Database Visualisation Systems
  • Framework for Information Visualisation
  • Perception and Cognition – cognitive modelling

Please check the submission procedures @ the submission page.

General enquiries and submissions should be addressed to the Conference Co-ordinator

Symposium enquiries specific should be addressed to:

Ebad Banissi (Emeritus Prof.)
London South Bank University
banissi (@)

Huang, Mao Lin (A/Prof.)
University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Mao.Huang (@)

Jie HUA (Dr.)
TD School, University of Technology Sydney
Jie.Hua (@)