Graph Drawing '99
September 15-19, 1999
Submissions: May 26, 1999
Notification of acceptance: July 15, 1999
Registration: July 31, 1999 (Late registration possible under higher fee and
no warranty of accommodation availability)
Early conference fee and accommodation deposit: July 31, 1999
Cancellations and refunds: August 7, 1999
Camera-ready copies of accepted papers: September 18, 1999 (All electronic
files have to be supplied till September 15, 1999.)
Snail mail: Jan Kratochvil - GD'99, KAM MFF UK, Malostranske nam. 25, 118 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic
Local arrangements: Conforg, s.r.o.
7. kvetna 959,
CZ-14900 Praha 4,
To register for the conference, please fill in the
Accommodation Request Form
(unless you want to arrange accommodation
in Prague on your own and commute to Stirin during the conference)
and e-mail them to
firstname.lastname@example.org or fax them to
+420-2-7934120. Note that if you want to pay early fees and accommodation
deposit by credit card, a signed hard copy of the second page of
Payment Form has to be sent to the local organizer A. Kotesovcova, Conforg, s.r.o.,
7. kvetna 959,
CZ-14900 Praha 4,
Regular early - 7900 CZK (aprox. $ 260) if received before August 1, 1999. Includes ground transportation
from Prague to Stirin and back, copy of the conference proceedings,
coffee breaks, welcome party, conference concert and banquet,
Late - 9000 CZK (aprox. $ 300) if received after August 1, 1999,
or paid on site
Student early - 4500 CZK (aprox. $ 150)
Student late - 5000 CZK (aprox. $ 170)
Accompanying person early - 4000 CZK (aprox. $ 130) includes
from Prague to Stirin and back, welcome party, conference concert and
Accompanying person late - 5000 CZK (aprox. $ 170)
Breakfasts are included in the room prices. The social program provides
dinners on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. No lunches are included in the
conference fees. Lunches and Thursday dinner will be provided
in castle restaurant for additional 1200 CZK (aprox. $ 40) paid on site.
Stirin Castle is a ****hotel with stylish rooms. The castle depandance
are recently restored peasant-style rooms in a separate building.
All rooms have private bathrooms.
Cheaper accommodation is available in hotel Slavoj in a nearby village
Velke Popovice. Room sharing is necessary.
Click here for more details about the rooms and reservation.
Accommodation reservation is possible only after accommodation deposit
has been paid. For Stirin accommodation, the deposit is $ 100,
for Velke Popovice, the deposit is $ 30.
All fees are in Czech crowns (CZK). Since the exchange rate of
Czech crown is floating, the equivalents in US $ are only aproximative.
Payments on site are possible in major currencies (CZK, US $, CDN $,
DM, French Francs, Swiss Francs), credit cards are accepted (only VISA,
Erurocard/MasterCard, JCB). Early registration - Conference fee and accommodation deposit
has to be arranged so that the payment arrives before August 1, 1999.
The payment can be made
- by a money tranfer to Komercni banka Praha 1, Prague, Czech Republic,
SWIFT: KOMB PP CZ, account No. 19-3318450267/0100, account name Conforg, s.r.o.
Please make sure that the money transfer is made net of all charges and commissions.
- by a cheque written to Conforg s.r.o., mailed to Conforg, s.r.o.,
7. kvetna 959,
CZ-14900 Praha 4,
- by a credit card (VISA, MasterCard, JCB) In this case you have to
send a signed hard copy of the payment form. Please, do not send your credit card number
75% of the registration fee will be refunded for all written cancellations
postmarked no later than August 7, 1999. After that date no refund of registration
fee will be provided. Refunds of accommodation payments will be granted
in full for all written cancellations postmarked no later than August 7,
1999. Any cancellation after that date will result in a one-night charge.
Location and Travel Instructions
Giuseppe Di Battista (Univ. Roma III)
Franz Brandenburg (Univ. Passau)
Hubert de Fraysseix (CNRS, Paris)
Emden Gansner (AT\&T Labs)
Jan Kratochvil (Charles Univ., Praha - chair)
Bill Lenhart (Williams Coll., Williamstown)
Kim Marriott (Monash Univ., Melbourne)
Joe Marks (MERL)
Bojan Mohar (Univ. Ljubljana)
Petra Mutzel (MPI, Saarbruecken)
Takao Nishizeki (Tohoku Univ.)
Kathy Ryall (Univ. Virginia, Charlottesville)
Ioannis Tollis (Univ. Texas, Dallas)
Pavel Valtr (Charles Univ., Praha)
Sue Whitesides (McGill Univ., Montreal)
J. Fiala (Charles Univ.)
A. Kotesovcova (Conforg)
J. Kratochvil (Charles Univ. - chair)
J. Nesetril (Charles Univ.)
V. Novak (Charles Univ.)
P. Valtr (Charles Univ.)
The symposium is a forum for researchers,
practitioners, developers and users working on all aspects of graph visualization and representations.
The range of issues considered in graph drawing
includes algorithms, graph theory, geometry, topology, order theory, graphic
languages, perception, applications and practical systems.
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. Results on perception and visualization issues related to diagrams
Call for Papers and Demos:
Papers describing original research and surveys as well as demos of new graph drawing tools and techniques are being
sought. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Algorithms, models and techniques for drawing graphs, concepts for visualizations of structural information, perception issues related to diagram understanding.
- Geometric and topological graph theory, planarity issues, intersection
and visibility representations of graphs.
- Tools and systems for graph drawing, user interfaces for viewing graphs, interactive exploration of large graphs, presentation of dynamic graphs and
animation of graphs,
applications of graph drawing to areas such as software visualization,
user interface design and database query formulation.
Graph Drawing Contest:
Following the tradition of previous conferences, a
graph drawing contest will be held. Details will appear on this page soon.
Authors are invited to submit an extended abstract or full draft paper
of 5 to 10 pages, including fax number and e-mail address, to arrive
at the latest by May 26, 1999. Mail 16 hard copies to the conference
alternatively (and preferably), send a standard postscript version
of the manuscript by e-mail to
Received submissions will be confirmed by e-mail.
Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings,
which will appear in the series
Lecture Notes in Computer Science of
Springer-Verlag. The camera-ready copies as well as
electronic files of accepted papers are
due at the conference. Please, follow the
Author Instructions when preparing the final versions.
All participants will receive a copy of the proceedings as part of
Here you can download the call for papers
The tradition of Graph Drawing symposia
- 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
Future Graph Drawing symposium
- 8 -
GD'00 September 20-23, 2000, Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, USA
Wednesday September 15, 1999 5 p.m. a special bus from Prague
Welcome beer party 6 p.m.
Friday September 17, 1999 7:30 p.m. Conference banquet
Sunday September 19, 1999 9 a.m. a special bus fom Stirin to Prague
A facultative excursion into a nearby brewery in Velke Popovice
will be possible.
Accommodation before and after the conference in Prague hotels can be arranged.
January 24, 2000