If you are going to be at ICSE 2011 in Hawaii there are some papers on software visualization.
- Software Systems as Cities: A Controlled Experiment. Richard Wettel, Michele Lanza, Romain Robbes. University of Lugano, Switzerland; University of Chile, Chile. Paper based on the CodeCity tool. ICSE Research Track, Comprehending the Drift III.
- Mining and Visualizing Developer Networks from Version Control Systems. Andrejs Jermakovics, Alberto Sillitti, and Giancarlo Succi. Free University of Bozen, Italy. CHASE 2011.
- AODVis: Leveraging Eclipse Plugins to Reverse Engineer and Visualize AspectJ/Java Source Code. Jeffrey Koch, Sunil Bohra, Rohit Goel, Sonali Pagade, Kendra Cooper. University of Texas at Dallas, USA. TOPI 2011.
- An OpenGL-based Eclipse Plug-in for Visual Debugging. André Riboira, Rui Abreu, Rui Rodrigues. University of Porto, Portugal. TOPI 2011.
- Visualizing Collaboration and Influence in the Open-Source Software Community. Brandon Heller, Eli Marschner, Jeffrey Heer. Stanford University, USA. MSR 2011.
- Visualizing the Evolution of Code Clones. Ripon Saha, Chanchal K. Roy, Kevin Schneider. University of Saskatchewan, Canada. IWSC 2011.
Related software visualization events at ICSE 2011 include:
- Working Conference on Mining Software Repositories
- Workshop on Developing Tools as Plug-ins (TOPI)
- Workshop on Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering (CHASE)
- Workshop on Software Clones (IWSC)
- Workshop on Flexible Modeling Tools
- Workshop on Emerging Trends in Software Metrics (WETSoM)
- Workshop on Web 2.0 for Software Engineering (Web2SE)