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        Date: 2021-04-06 09:05:35+00:00
        From: Mikkel Willum Johansen <>
        Subject: new deadline: Diagrams 2021

Dear all

Deadlines for Long Papers, Short Papers, Abstracts and Posters for the
Diagrams 2021 Conference have been extended.
The new deadline for pre-submission of title and descriptive abstract in
all categories is now April 14, 2021. Full versions are due April 21, 2021.

To assist with our organization, it would be very helpful if we can
receive your descriptive abstract at your earliest convenience, if you
wish to contribute.

If you know of people who might wish to take advantage of the new
submission deadline, please do share this information.

You can find more information in the extended deadline call attached
below or on the Diagrams 2021 webpage

Best wishes,
Mikkel Willum Johansen,
Publicity chair

 EXTENDED DEADLINE: Diagrams 2021 

12th International Conference on the Theory and Application of Diagrams
September 28 – 30, 2021
Virtual Event<>


Pre-submission of descriptive abstracts (all submission categories):
April 14, 2021
Long and Short paper categories, full versions: April 21, 2021
Abstract and Poster categories, full versions: April 21, 2021

These are FIRM deadlines.


- Proceedings published by Springer
- Three Tracks: Main, Philosophy, and Psychology and Education.
- Graduate Symposium
- Best Paper and Best Student Paper awards

 Keynote Speakers Announced 

Shaaron Ainsworth, University of Nottingham
Daniel Rosenberg, University of Oregon
Katarina Scheiter, University of Tubingen
Atsushi Shimojima, Doshisha University
Frederik Stjernfelt, Aalborg University of Copenhagen

Francesco Bellucci, University of Bologna, is the Inspirational ECR
Speaker for Diagrams 2021

 Novel Program Schedule 

Diagrams 2021 will adopt a novel approach to scheduling talks, to
accommodate different time zones across the globe. See
for more details.

Diagrams is the only conference series that provides a united forum for
all areas that are concerned with the study of diagrams and has a
multidisciplinary emphasis.

For 2021, MAIN TRACK conference topics include, but are not limited to:

– applications of diagrams,
– computational models of reasoning with, and interpretation of, diagrams,
– design of diagrammatic notations,
– diagram understanding by humans or machines,
– diagram aesthetics and layout,– evaluation of diagrammatic notations,
– graphical communication and literacy,
– heterogeneous notations involving diagrams,
– history of diagrammatic notations,
– information visualization using diagrams,
– nature of diagrams and diagramming,
– novel technologies for diagram use,
– reasoning with diagrams,
– semiotics of diagrams,
– software to support the use of diagrams, and
– usability and human-computer interaction issues concerning diagrams.

In addition to the main track, Diagrams 2021 will have two further
tracks: Philosophy, and Psychology and Education; for their topics of
interest, see

If the main research contribution of your submission is considered to
fit either of the other tracks then you are strongly encouraged to
submit to the respective special track, each of which has a dedicated
program committee.

Authors of accepted submissions will be expected to be in attendance at
the virtual conference to present their research and respond to
questions presented by delegates. All presenters must accept that it is
not within the power of the organisers to prevent delegates from
recording talks. However, when registering, delegates will be asked to
confirm that they will not record any part of the conference.

Submission Categories

The conference will include presentations of refereed Papers, Abstracts,
and Posters, alongside a graduate symposium.

We invite submissions for peer review that focus on any aspect of
diagrams research, as follows:

- Long Papers (16 pages),
- Abstracts (3 pages),
- Short Papers (8 pages),
- Posters (4 pages – this is both a maximum and minimum requirement).

More details and all important dates can be found on at<>.

Mikkel Willum Johansen
Associate professor
Department of Science Education
University of Copenhagen
Tlf: (+45) 28 72 84 41

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