The 17th Asian Symposium on Visualization



Schedule Summary

Date 6/04
AM   Session Session Session Closing

Leave Japan

PM Visit
Session Session Free Time Technical
EVE Reception   Steering

ASV17 is held by face-to-face format.
Bring your own Laptop with RGB or HDMI output or upload your presentation files to our PC by USB.
Plenary Lectures: 25 minutes talk, 5 minutes Q/A
Technical sessions: 15 minutes talk, 3 minutes Q/A


The registration desk is open *from 18:00 to 19:30 on June 5*, on the ground floor of the main building of the Shinjuku campus of Kogakuin University. Beverages, including alcoholic drinks and a light meal, will be served. Please feel free to drop by. You can enter and leave freely. However, let's meet everyone first. To get to Kogakuin University, turn your back to JR Shinjuku Station, go through the underground passage on the left, and the D45 pillar is the entrance to Kogakuin University. You may take moving walks. 3-5 minutes walk from the station. Please be sure to use the underground passage. The first floor is the reception venue.

Steering Committee

The steering committee is open *from 18:00 to 20:30 on June 7*, in Room TEN-SORA, the 21st Floor of Hotel Century southern tower. It is located in the short 3-minute walk from Shinjuku Station.

Banquet (symposium dinner)

The symposium dinner will be held on June 9th from 18:00 to 20:00 at Hotel Gajoen, Meeting Room Cassiopea. It is included in the participation fee, so please join us. Gajoen is a very historical hotel with a lot of character in the exterior and interior. Please enjoy them before dinner.

Technical Tour

Participants can enjoy free excursion in the afternoon on June 9. This tour takes you around a typical Tokyo sightseeing route. This is free tour but tour ticket is required. Please make a registration at the registration-web-site Ticket distribution will end when all tickets are gone. Tickets are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.

  1. conference site
  2. the TMG Observatories (Tokyo Metropolitan Government) , views of downtown Tokyo from a height of 202 meters. (,
  3. 3) Asakusa area. Traditional temples etc.
  4. Shibuya, Miyashita park.
  5. Hotel Gajoen Tokyo. A symposium dinner.