Oct. 24 - 27, 2016, Sydney, Australia

CDVE2016 paper deadline extended to May 20

Due to requests from many of our potential authors, CDVE2016 conference paper submission deadline is now extended. Both full paper and short paper deadline has been extended to May 20, 2016. You are welcome to submit full papers up to 8 pages and short papers up to 4 pages. See our call for papers page for more details.  Your paper should dress one of the major topics in the call for paper themes. The paper should be original and has not been submitted to other conferences and journals. You should submit your paper directly to the Easychair system. See paper submission page for how to submit.

CDVE2016 will be held in Sydney, Australia

The CDVE2015 participants had a great conference CDVE2015 in Mallorca Spain. Our conferences have maily been held in Europe. We have been to Asia and North America. As an exciting news, next year CDVE conference will go to a new continent - Australia.  CDVE2016 will be held on October 24 - 27, 2016, in Sydney, Australia!

The cooperative design, visualization, engineering and other cooperative applications are now facing new challenges. There are many important technologies appeared: cloud technology, ubiquitous broadband Internet access, mobile technology, the big data, social networks, e-business, e-health, just to name a few. 

CDVE2016 Call for Papers You are all welcome to submit papers to CDVE2016. Please see the call for papers for the call for paper topics.The prestigious CDVE conferences have been and still will be a unique meeting point for the experts, researchers, developers and practitioners in the cooperative design, visualization, engineering and other cooperative application areas. Our conference authors are always from more than 20 countries and from all the continents. CDVE conferences are also famous in their colorful and enjoyable social activities. You are invited to submit a paper and join us.
All the accepted papers (full and short) will be published in the proceedings by Springer Verlag on their Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). In addition, our selected papers have been and will be published in some journals including SCI indexed journals including some IEEE transaction journal special issues.
Our proceedings book published by the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) enters the following indexing systems:

• ISI Conference Proceedings Citation Index - Science (CPCI-S) included in ISI Web of  Science •  Google Scholar  •  IO-Port
• EI Engineering Index (Compendex and Inspec databases) •  MathSciNet            
•  ACM Digital Library •  Scopus
• dblp •  Zentralblatt MATH

Technical Sponsor

IEEE SMC Visual Analytics and
                                Communication Technical Committee

Supporting Journals

Journal of Concurrent Engineering


University of Tasmania

University of Technology, Sydney
University of Technology, Sydney

University of Balearic Islands

Institut für Rechnergestützte Ingenieursysteme

Information Visutalization Society


Interact Design