Doctoral Research Workshop

12th Doctoral Research Workshop Information Visualisation

A full-day Event: Tuesday 16th July 2019, Time: 10:00 -17:00

Organised by

Information Visualisation Society

In cooperation with

Flinders University, Adelaide, AU


The Information Visualisation Society (IVS) is an international organization that aims to provide a foundation for integrating the human-centred, technological and strategic aspects of Computer Graphics, Imaging and Visualization inn order to promote international exchange, cooperation and development. Building upon the reported success of last year’s workshop, IVS is pleased to announce the “12th Doctoral Research Workshop” which will run as part of the 16th International Conference Computer Graphics, Imaging and Visualization (CGiV2019) in cooperation with Big Data & Informatics Research Group, LSBU, UK.

Who can present?
All doctoral students involved in research, within the field of information visualisation, are welcome to present their research at this event. Students at any stage of their research programme may present their work to date for discussion and feedback. However, please note that places for presentation of work are strictly limited to a maximum of eight.

In order for our combined industrial and academic panel of researchers to provide constructive and useful feedback to each of the presenters, the following information is required:

  • The overall title of your research
  •  An outline of your PhD research – no more than 700 words
  •  A list of any presentations, abstracts or papers already published from your research (for those towards the end of their programmes of study)
  • It would also be useful if you could provide us with the date you started the research and the name, affiliation and website addresses of those involved in the supervision of your research. Please note that you need to email this information to the CGiV2019 Secretariat as soon as possible, but no later than, 15th June 2019.

Can I attend without presenting?
If you do not wish to present at this event, you have the option of attending without presenting. Last year we have many attendees who found the experience useful and so we wish to encourage everyone to attend this session. It will provide you with a great opportunity to meet other students and researchers, working in the same area, and who knows you might even make some key contacts for your future career.

When is it and how much will it cost?
The workshop will take place on 16th July 2019 (the day before the main CGiV2019 conference). The cost for presenters and attendees is Cost: £50. This cost includes a printed copy of the abstracts as well as lunch and refreshments throughout the day.

Submission procedure

  • Online submission of your work in PDF format is preferred.
  • The administration tool used by the conference administration team is called “ConfTool” and it is available @
  • In order to submit your work for review, please register with the ConfTool system as a new user. You will be required to enter your details and specify a username and password.
  • Once you have registered, you will be able to submit your work. Follow the onscreen instructions as directed.

Important Notes
Accepted abstracts will be published in the Conference Book of Abstracts.

The dates of all the conference deadlines are available @ Important Dates.

For further information about the CGiV2019 conference, please contact: CGiV2019 Secretariat (