September 20-23, 2000
- GD2001 will
be held in Vienna, Austria during September 23-26, 2001.
out the GD2001
Workshop on Data Exchange Formats was held on 20 Sept 2000.
The report is available here.
- The GD 2000 Proceedings proceedings are in
production, and will ship early in 20001 as Volume 1984 of the Lecture
Notes in Computer Science series.
- Each person registered for GD2000 will automatically receive
a copy of the proceedings.
(We will update this site once we
know they have shipped.)
GD2000 Proceedings are available directly from Springer Verlag.
If the previous link is not working for you (it sometimes gets
confused) you can
Search the Springer
Verlag catalogue looking for ISBN '3-540-41554-8'.
- Submissions: May 31, 2000, 12:00 EST (note this is an extension on the original deadline)
- Notification of acceptance: July 19, 2000
- Early Registration: postmarked by August 11, 2000 (extended from original deadline)
- Late Registration: postmarked by September 6, 2000 (onsite registration available after this date)
- Graph Drawing Contest submissions due: September 12, 2000
- Camera-ready copies of accepted papers: September 20, 2000
(instruction for authors)
Colonial Williamsburg offers a
peaceful retreat atmosphere. Located on the grounds of the
18th-century Historic Area Visitor Center, the conference is also
conveniently located to shopping, restaurants, golf and more, all
within walking distance.
Colonial Williamsburg is located 150 miles south of Washington,
D.C. on Interstate 64. Richmond International Airport is less than 50
minutes away -- rental car and shuttle service is available. Train
and bus service are available from Washington, D.C.
A copy of the preliminary program is now
available. Please note that your registration includes the Welcome
Reception on Wednesday, lunches on Thursday and Friday, as well as the
Conference Banquet on Friday evening. Each guest not registered for
the conference who wishes to attend one (or more) of these events will
require a ticket. See the Guests/Accompanying
Person(s) section for more information.
Registration and Hotel Accommodation:
Postmarked by August 11, 2000
Postmarked by September 6, 2000
At the conference.
All payments must be in US Dollars, by check or money order.
Please make check or money order payable to Graph Drawing
We are unable to accept credit card payments for
If you wish to pay by bank/wire transfer, click
here for more information.
- Instructions on how to register are available here.
Arrangement for accommodations have been made at the
Williamsburg Woodlands, an official hotel of Colonial
Williamsburg. The Woodlands are conveniently located adjacent to the
meeting space for GD2000. You must make your reservations directly
with the conference hotel.
- Details and instructions for accomodation registration are
You should make your hotel reservation as soon as possible, but no
later than August 11, 2000.
Therese Biedl, University of Waterloo
Peter Eades, University of Newcastle
Wendy Feng, Tom Sawyer Software
Ashim Garg, SUNY Buffalo
Michael Goodrich, Johns Hopkins
Michael Kaufmann, University of Tubingen
Jan Kratochvil, Charles University
Giuseppe Liotta, University of Perugia
Joe Marks (chair), MERL
Stephen North, AT&T Research
Kathy Ryall, University of Virginia
Kozo Sugiyama, JAIST
Roberto Tamassia, Brown University
Robin Thomas, Georgia Tech.
Dorothea Wagner, University of Konstanz
Stephen Wismath, University of Lethbridge
Renee Carabajal, MERL
Karen Dickie, MERL
Joe Marks, MERL
Janet O'Halloran, MERL
Kathy Ryall (chair), University of Virginia
Franz Brandenburg (chair), University of Passau
Excerpts from the Final Call for Papers
The Final Call for Papers is available in:
The symposium is a forum for researchers and practitioners working on
all aspects of graph visualization and representation. The range of
topics considered in graph drawing includes graph algorithms, graph
theory, geometry, topology, visual languages, visual perception,
information visualization, computer-human interaction, and graphic
Much research in graph drawing is motivated by applications to systems
for viewing and interacting with graphs. The interaction between
theoretical advances and implemented solutions is an important part of
the graph-drawing field.
Call for Papers and Demos:
Authors are invited to submit papers describing original research of
theoretical or practical significance to graph drawing. System
demonstrations are also solicited. Descriptions of system demos
should include illustrative screen dumps and an explanation of the
system's functionality. Regular papers and demo descriptions should
be labeled as either long or short; long papers will be assigned 12
pages in the conference proceedings, and short papers 6 pages.
Graph Drawing Contest:
Following the tradition of previous conferences, a graph drawing
contest will be held. There are 4 categories in this year's contest.
Submissions must be received by midnight, September 12, 2000. Details
Submitted papers and demo descriptions must be received by May 24,
2000. Each submission should include an indication of its type (paper
or demo description) and length (regular or short), and contact
information for the primary author. Electronic submissions in
standard PostScript by the process described at:
Alternatively, 16 hard
copies of the submission can be mailed to the program chair. All
submissions received will be acknowledged promptly by e-mail.
Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings, which
will appear in the Springer-Verlag series Lecture Notes in
Computer Science. Camera-ready and electronic copies of accepted
papers are due at the conference. Instructions for Authors will be
available after the paper notification deadline.
The Tradition of Graph Drawing:
- 1 -
GD'93 Paris, France;
- 2 -
GD'94 October 10-12, 1994, DIMACS Princeton, New Jersey;
in Computer Science Vol. 894
- 3 -
GD'95 September 20-22, 1995, Passau, Germany;
in Computer Science Vol. 1027
- 4 -
GD'96 September 18-20, 1996, Berkeley, California;
in Computer Science Vol. 1190
- 5 -
GD'97 September 18-20, 1997, Rome, Italy;
in Computer Science Vol. 1353
- 6 -
GD'98 August 13-15, 1998, Montreal, Quebec, Canada;
in Computer Science Vol. 1547
- 7 -
GD'99 September 15-19, 1999, Stirin Castle, Prague, Czech Republic;
Last updated: February 13, 2001