Program Visualization Workshop 2006

Fourth Program Visualization Workshop
June 29-30, 2006
Florence, Italy

The Program Visualization Workshops aim to bring together researchers who design and construct program, algorithm, or data structure visualizations or animations, and, above all, educators who use or evaluate visualization or animations in their teaching.

After Workshops held in Porvoo, Finnland (2000), Kirkeby, Denmark (2002), and Coventry, England (2004), the Fourth Program Visualization Workshop was held in beautiful Florence, Italy.

The Fourth Program Visualization Workshop (PVW2006) was held in cooperation with ACM SIGCSE, ACM's Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education. It took place immediately following ITiCSE 2006, held in Bologna, Italy. The proximity of the PVW to ITiCSE made attendance at both events feasible.

The goal of the workshop was to analyze the state-of-art program visualization methods, and to form a deeper understanding on meaningful and functional visualization in the context of programming, data structures and algorithms in education, industry, and research.

The organizers of the workshop are looking for research and position papers as well as reports on work in progress on novel ideas in the field. To be accepted, the submitted paper of 3-5 pages should present a new approach or constructively evaluate an existing visualization paradigm, scheme, or technique. The number of participants will be limited to 25.

Accepted papers will be presented and discussed at the workshop, and the authors will have time to compose the final version within three months after the workshop. The proceedings will include the final papers, together with invited lectures. The publisher of the final proceedings will be announced here later.

For more details about the Workshop, please use the links on the left.

© Dr. Guido Roessling 2015