The EuroVis Early Career Award is given each year to one or two early-career researchers in the field, who have already made a significant contribution to visualization in general, and more specifically to the European visualization community (e.g., through outstanding scientific contributions to the EuroVis conference). The intent of this award is to recognize people early on in their career who have already made a notable contribution and are likely to make more.
Each year, the award is presented at the opening ceremony of the annual EuroVis conference, and winners receive a special certificate.
Nominations: Members of the visualization research community may nominate individuals for the EuroVis Early Career Award by by filling out the online form. Candidates for the EuroVis Early Career Award in year N must have finished their PhD in the year N–6 or later.
Questions regarding the early career award and the nomination process may be forwarded to the awards chair, Anders Ynnerman (email@example.com).
Award Committee: The committee consists of three to five members from the visualization community. Each member is serving a three to five year term. The following list of rules is proposed:
- The EuroVis Early Career Award Chair is nominated and approved by the EuroVis Steering Committee.
- The members of the award committee are chosen by the EuroVis Early Career Award Chair (informing the EuroVis Steering Committee chair). They are disclosed to the public, e.g., at the award ceremony.
- The EuroVis Early Career Award Chair will inform the EuroVis Steering Committee Chair every year on the award decision, prior to the opening of the EuroVis Conference
2022 Alvitta Ottley
2022 Renata Raidou
2021 Jürgen Bernard
2020 Kai Lawonn
2019 Cagatay Turkay
2018 Fabian Beck