The slides for each keynot speaker can be found on the Program page.
The bio and abstract for Joel Brandt's talk, Supporting Opportunistic Programmers with Better Visualizations, can be found on the Program page.
A list of accepted NIER/Tool Demo papers can now be found on the Program page.
Joel Brandt, Director of Research Engineering at Adobe Systems, will be VISSOFT 2016's second keynote speaker.
The accepted research papers can be now found on the Program page.
The Code of Conduct for VISSOFT 2016 can now be found on the Code of Conduct page.
A list of artifacts that will be showcased can now be found on the Program page.
The 2016 Artifact Evaluation Committee information can now be found on the Committee page.
The NIER/TD submission date has been extended from June 20, 2016 to June 27, 2016.
The NIER/TD call for papers is available at http://vissoft16.ysu.edu/submissions.html. Both NIER and Tools papers have to be a maximum of 5 pages long (including bibliography and annexes). The submission date is June 20, 2016 and the notification date is July 29, 2016.
The 2016 NIER/TD Program Committee information can now be found on the Committee page.
The VISSOFT conference concurs with the ICSME'16 General Chairs in response to House Bill 2, http://icsme2016.github.io/response.html.
The topic of Christopher Healey's talk is visualization and visual analytics with a focus on visualizing text and document collections. See the Program page for more information.
Christopher Healey from NCSU is the Keynote Speaker for VISSOFT 2016. The topic of his talk is TBD. See the Program page for more information.
A selection of technical papers accepted to VISSOFT 2016 will be invited to submit an extended version to the Journal of Software: Evolution and Process.
Microsoft Research is sponsoring the best paper award (Microsoft Band 2).
Information regarding the Program Committee members has been provided on the Committee page.
Information about conference submissions has been added to the Submission page.
The NIER/Tool Demo Co-Chairs have been announced and their information can be found on the Committee page.
Important dates for Research Papers and NIER/Tool Demos are provided on the Main page and the Submission page.