- Xiangyu Wang, Curtin University
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- Xiangyu Wang, Curtin University, Australia
- Lieyun Ding, Northeastern University, China
- Shih-Chung Kang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
- Simaan Abourizk, University of Alberta, Canada
- Burcu Akinci, Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America
- Chimay Anumba, Penn State University, United States of America
- Leonhard Bernold, University of New South Wales, Australia
- Jack C P Cheng, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
- Nashwan Dawood, University of Teeside, United Kingdom
- Thomas Furness, University of Washington, United States of America
- Ning Gu, University of Newcastle, Australia
- Shang-Hsien Hsieh, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
- Mi Jeong Kim, Kyung Hee University, Korea
- Heng Li, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
- Yuhua Luo, University of the Balearic Islands, Spain
- Rivka Oxman, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
- Chan-Sik Park, Chung-Ang University, Korea
- Weiming Shen, National Research Council, Canada
- Walid Tizani, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
- Martijn Truijens, Woodside Energy Ltd., Australia
- Nobuyoshi Yabuki, Osaka University, Japan
Aims & scope
The aim of Visualization in Engineering is to disseminate original and high quality research results on the visualization paradigms, models, technologies, and applications that have significant contributions to the advancement of all aspects of design and engineering. The journal is devoted to scholarly research on improving all aspects of design and engineering (including civil, mechanical, manufacturing, industrial, aerospace, etc.) through the applications of visualization technologies.
Articles presented in this journal should explicitly include three main elements: a research problem, an innovative solution, and rigorous validation. The research problem should have significant importance to the field and rich scientific merit. The innovative solution should be a novel visualization-related approach, which should include specialist knowledge and be feasible to implement, to solve the target research problem. Validation should primarily test the performance and usability of the innovative solution, and may include qualitative and quantitative methods.
The authors are expected to clearly present these three elements in the abstract. At the beginning of the submitted manuscript, the authors must provide a separate page summarizing them in three to five sentences each.
The International Conference on Construction Applications of Virtual Reality (CONVR) brings together researchers and applicants from a wide range of architecture, civil engineering and the construction industry and enhance the exchange of concepts and methods for the application of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). The aim of the conference is to report on ideas, improvements, and applications of innovative international research activities and on strategies for the future development of research perspectives. For further information, please visit the CONVR Organization website (http://www.convr.org/).
The 13th International Conference on Construction Applications of Virtual Reality (CONVR 2013) will take place on 30-31 October 2013 in London, UK. For more details please visit http://www.convr2013.com/.
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