The 16th International Symposium on Flow Visualization (ISFV16)
    June 24-27, 2014. Okinawa Convention Center, Okinawa, Japan
International Symposium on Flow Visualization

The final program is now opened (May 29, 2014).

  1. Final program (PDF, 16.8MB. Revised: Jun. 04, 2014)
  2. Session Program (Revised: Jun. 04, 2014)
  3. Author Index (Revised: Jun. 04, 2014)

What's New

Scope of the conference

The International Symposium on Flow Visualization (ISFV) is a world unique forum focused on flow visualization. A wide variety of state-of-the-arts visualization techniques will be presented and discussed to enhance the Flow Visualization. Top Researchers around the world will come to Okinawa, Japan to exchange the advanced and basic information on Flow Visualization.
Okinawa is the southern resort islands of Japan about 2 hours flight from Tokyo and an hour flight from Taipei. Lots of scenic area and Ryukyus historical castles welcome you to come to Okinawa and enjoy the symposium.


The International Symposium on Flow Visualization originated in Tokyo (Japan) in 1977 and continued in Bochum (Germany/1980), Ann Arbor (USA / 1983), Paris (France / 1986), Prague (Czechoslovakia / 1989), Yokohama (Japan / 1992), Seattle (USA / 1995), Sorrento (Italy / 1998), Edinburgh (UK / 2000), Kyoto (Japan / 2002), Notre Dame, (USA / 2004), Goettingen (Germany / 2006), Nice (France / 2008), Daegu (Korea / 2010) and in Minks (Belarus / 2012).

Important Dates

Deadline for abstract submission Jan. 5, 2014 (Closed)
Mar. 31, 2014 (for Poster session)
Notification of abstract acceptanceJan. 31, 2014 (Completed)
Apr. 20, 2014 (for Poster session)
Deadline for draft paper submissionFeb. 28, 2014 (Closed)
Deadline for final paper submissionMay 13, 2014 (Closed)
Deadline for early registration May 1, 2014
Start of the symposium Jun. 24 (Tue.), 2014


The language of the Conference is English.


The excellent papers presented at the ISFV conference will be recommended for publishing in international journals, Measurement science and technology (IOP science) or Journal of visualization.