Research Workshop 2017
Calling Artists, Masters students and PhD students working in visualisation!
Held on day 1 of the EVA London conference, the Research Workshop is an opportunity for postgraduate students and artists to present their work and share their ideas and research work in progress in an informal and supportive setting. This years Research Workshop will be held on Tuesday 11th July 2017.
Catch the very latest research and share yours! Present and discuss your developing project in a supportive and informal environment with a sympathetic peer group and other EVA London delegates – and meet others who are working in this field. A 15 minute presentation on your ideas, plans or initial results, and a few minutes for questions and discussion.
Proposals are accepted for the Research Workshop until Friday March 17th 2017. Please use the Research Workshop proposal template document in the table below to complete your proposal. Decisions will be notified by Thursday 24th March 2017.
|Research workshop proposal template|
|Author’s Licence to Publish if proposal accepted|
Authoring and presenting
For accepted proposals, Friday 7th April 2017 is the deadline for submitting your final camera ready paper for publication – consisting of two A4 pages maximum including references.
Details of requirements from participants:
- Each presentation is 15 minutes, including questions and discussion
- If accepted, you will be offered a free registration bursary for the whole day. This will include attending morning conference presentations including the keynote speech, refreshments, lunch and an early evening reception – a chance to network after the workshop.
- Each participant will receive an EVA London Certificate confirming that they have participated in the Research Workshop.
- Your short Research Workshop paper will be published in the Conference Proceedings, which are published online and as an ISBN numbered bound volume by the Chartered Institute for IT (British Computer Society, BCS)
- Your will be encouraged to attend EVA London next year, in 2018, to make a full presentation and publication of your research.
Any enquiries to:
Graham Diprose (EVA London Organising Committee, Research Workshop Coordinator)
Subject line: EVA London Research Workshop