Monday, May 14, 2012

[DMANET] Diagrams 2012: Call for Participation

Diagrams 2012

Seventh International Conference on the Theory and Application of Diagrams

2-6 July 2012
Canterbury, UK




Diagrams is an international interdisciplinary conference series,
covering all aspects of research on the theory and application of

Diagrams is the only conference series that provides a united forum
for all areas that are concerned with the study of diagrams,
including architecture, artificial intelligence, cartography,
cognitive science, computer science, education, graphic design,
history of science, human-computer interaction, linguistics, logic,
mathematics, philosophy, psychology, and software modelling. The
conference attracts a large number of researchers from these and
related fields, positioning Diagrams as a major international event
in the area.

Diagrams 2012 includes presentations of refereed papers, posters, a
tutorial, 3 workshops, and a graduate symposium.

- Monday 2 July 2012: Workshops
- Tuesday 3 July 2012: Diagrams day 1
- Wednesday 4 July 2012: Diagrams day 2
- Thursday 5 July 2012: Diagrams day 3 & Graduate Symposium
- Friday 6 July 2012 : Workshops

There are two excellent keynotes:

- Maxwell Roberts, University of Essex - Transport
schematics: usability, aesthetics, and evaluation.
Note that the conference coincides with the opening of his
exhibition "Underground Maps Unravelled"

- Catherine Plaisant, Human-Computer Interaction Lab,
University of Maryland - Life on the Line: Interacting
with Temporal Event Sequence Representations


General Chair:
Peter Rodgers (University of Kent, UK)

Program Chairs:
Philip Cox (Dalhousie University, Canada)
Beryl Plimmer (University of Auckland, NZ)

Workshop Chair:
Nathaniel Miller (University of Northern Colorado, USA)

Tutorial Chair:
Gem Stapleton (University of Brighton, UK)

Graduate Symposium Chair:
Lisa Best (The University of New Brunswick, Canada)

Publicity Chair:
Aidan Delaney (University of Brighton, UK)

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