Visualization is an interdisciplinary imaging science devoted to making the invisible visible through the techniques of experimental visualization and computer-aided visualization. It is applicable to the problem of visualizing fluxes in phenomena such as heat, sound, electromagnetism, chemical kinetics or any combination of these fields.
The scope of the Journal is to develop and advance these techniques by promoting the international exchange of new information, thereby contributing to the advancement of science and technology. The Journal presents the latest papers by world-renowned scientists engaged in the above mentioned fields of contribution, thus providing information on a wide range of applications in engineering, physics, medical science, agriculture, oceanography, meteorology, and sports science for both researchers and technicians.
The Journal will be published in full color in order to realize its mission of promoting a better understanding of complex phenomena.