IC\M/T Visualization Research Presented at IEEE VIS 2019 in Vancouver, Canada
IEEE VIS is the leading scientific forum for research in visualization and visual analytics.
Participants discover and discuss the latest advances in visualization, participate in a wide range of tutorials and workshops, and share their work and current research within the community.
International Stage for UAS Research Projects
In 2019, the conference took place in Vancouver, Canada. Four members of the IC\M/T participated and presented their research:
- Wolfgang Aigner was a co-organizer of the Doctoral Colloquium at the IEEE VIS. The DC is a single-day invitation-only event where PhD students present their proposed dissertations and receive feedback from leading senior visualization researchers.
- Christina Stoiber presented her work "Visualization Onboarding: Learning how to Read and Use Visualization" at the workshop Visualization for Communication (VisComm). She presented a conceptual framework for Visualization Onboarding. This is part of her dissertation she is writing at TU Wien.
- Alexander Rind presented outcomes of the KAVA-Time project at the Visual Analytics in Healthcare workshop on Sunday. His talk “Towards a Structural Framework for Explicit Domain Knowledge in Visual Analytics” provides a theoretical roadmap to formalize domain knowledge and thus make it available to the visual analytics system.
- Additionally, Christina Stoiber, Markus Wagner, Wolfgang Aigner and colleagues from TU Wien as well as JKU Linz conducted an Application Spotlight with the topic "Knowledge-Assisted Visual Analytics Meets Guidance and Onboarding".
IC\M/T Visualization Research Presented at IEEE VIS 2019 in Vancouver, Canada | Copyright: Wolfgang Aigner
Research at the Institute of Creative\Media/Technologies
The IC\M/T conducts interdisciplinary research on time-based media and interactive technologies with a focus on people. The research institute consists of three research groups with a total of more than 30 researchers.
Find out more about current projects of our IC\M/T research groups on our research website.