September 14-17, 2021

Tübingen, Germany


  1. Eleni Katsanou, Tamara Mchedlidze, Antonios Symvonis and Chrysanthi Raftopoulou. Graphomone: A dynamic network player and creation tool
  2. Tobias Batik, Soeren Nickel, Martin Nöllenburg, Yu-Shuen Wang and Hsiang-Yun Wu. Mixed Metro Maps with User-Specified Motifs
  3. Ivelin Nikolaev Ivanov and Jens M. Schmidt. grApp
  4. Moritz Jagnow, Henry Förster and Michael Kaufmann. One-Way k-Crossable Graphs
  5. Michael Bekos, Martin Gronemann, Fabrizio Montecchiani and Antonios Symvonis. Compact Convex Planar Grid Drawings of Graphs with Constant Edge-Vertex Resolution
  6. Patrizio Angelini, Michael Bekos, Henry Förster and Martin Gronemann. Bitonicity and Upwardness - Splits, Bends and their Relation to Area Requirements
  7. Nathan van Beusekom, Irene Parada and Bettina Speckmann. Crossing Numbers of Beyond-planar Graphs Revisited
  8. Irene Parada, Kees Voorintholt and Zeyu Zhang. Compact 3D Grid Drawings of Trees
  9. François Doré and Enrico Formenti. A New Heuristic for Rectilinear Crossing Minimization
  10. Thibault Marette and Stefan Neumann. Drawing Clusterings of Bipartite Graphs
  11. Michael Bekos, Paul Goehring, Michael Kaufmann and Axel Kuckuk. The Universe Beyond Planarity (awarded as best poster)
  12. Kasper Krawczyk and Daniel Archambault. Animating Disease Spread with Location Type
  13. Max Sondag, Cagatay Turkay, Sibylle Mohr, Louise Matthews, Kai Xu and Daniel Archambault. What is R? A graph drawer's perspective

For the posters submited to the creative topics of GD's contest click here 


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