October 21-23 2013 San Francisco, California, USAArt, Science and Data.
The Graphical Web (formerly SVG Open) is a conference to showcase the many new open source web technologies that have become available for presenting visual information throughout the technology, data visualization and graphics industries. On the program there are presentations, beginner and advanced level workshops. It is an opportunity for the communities that design these open standards, those that implement them as software products and those from many fields who use these standards to create art, science and data visualizations to assemble. At this conference can be seen best practices, future directions, unsolved problems, and a lot of very intriguing visual content.
We will be meeting in the Moscone Centre in San Francisco, California, USA, from October 21 to 23. Graphical Web 2013 will not be a conference on its own, but will be held as part of the HTML5 Devconf autumn 2013 edition. There will be two separate tracks set aside for the Graphical Web 2013 conference. People registering for the Graphical Web Track can also attend sessions in the main HTML5 Developers Conference and vice versa. The first day, Monday October 21, is a workshop day, the main conference is from Tuesday, October 22 to Wednesday October 23. Please let us know your ideas or if you want to contribute.
The organizing committee is looking for contributors presenting a paper or teaching a course on topics ranging from but not limited to art and design, integrated web experience, webapps and user interfaces, the sciences, mapping, data visualization, 3d visualization, and all other uses of interactive open web graphics. Potential presenters and course instructors are asked to submit an extended abstract or course outline in English with an approximate length of 400 to 800 words by June 9. The abstracts will be reviewed (2 reviews per abstract) and presenters will be informed about acceptance by July 7. If your abstract is accepted, you will be asked to submit your full paper by October 15 according to instructions that will be sent to you. Accepted abstracts, papers and presentations will be published online at this website.
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For questions and additional information or feedback on the conference, please contact us at info (at) graphicalweb (dot) org.