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VIEW: Visual Interactive Effective Worlds
Below you find the tentative program of the VIEW workshop. We aim at an interesting and interactive event. After the opening, we start with a Fast Forward session. Each attendant gets one minute and one slide as an introduction. After that, we have divided the workshop into a number of blocks, where each block consists of a talk by an invited speaker and a presentation of a VIEW-project.
Each invited speaker can use up to 45 minutes. They have freedom how to do this, but we would like consider the following:
- Again, we aim at much discussion and interaction. If you can put challenging questions on the table and leave room for discussion, please do!
- The audience consists partially of starting PhD-students. It is not that difficult to dazzle them with all your brilliant results. On the other hand, this event is not aimed at just presentation of final results. So, if you have wise lessons and good advice for our audience, please pass it along.
Also, each VIEW-project can use up to 45 minutes. Each project leader can fill this in according to his own insights, but we would like to consider the following:
- It is useful for PhD students to present their work in progress. They are forced to enumerate what they do and what they don’t know, and it gives them visibility for the audience;
- Once again, we aim at discussion and interaction. Leave time for this and try to stimulate your audience;
- Try to get as most as possible from the workshop. The aim is not to give formal presentations of obtained results, we see it especially as an opportunity to stimulate cooperation. Questions and request to the audience like “Who knows something about X?” can help!
Monday June 25
Martje Kruk, Lorentz Center
Natasa Golo, N.W.O.
13:30-14:15 Frederic Vexo,
Virtual Reality & Presence
Quantitative Design of Spatial Interaction Techniques for Desktop Mixed-
Robert van Liere, CWI,
Jean-Bernard Martens, TU Eindhoven
15:30-16:15 Torsten Möller,
Some Aspects of Optimal Sampling
Interactive morphological and wavelet-based volume processing and
17:00-18:30 Wine and Cheese party
Tuesday June 26
9:00-9:45 Gordon Kindlmann,
Interactive Visualization of Diffusion Image Data and its Models
Interactive, Multi-Field Data Visualization Techniques for Medical Applications
Anna Vilanova, TU Eindhoven
10:45-11:30 Bernhard Preim,
3D Visualization of Vasculature
A Multi-modal Visualisation Environment for Interactive Analysis of Medical
13:30-14:15 Daniel Weiskopf,
A Visual Exploration environment for Analyzing gene Regulation in
16:30 -20:30 Social event: Boat trip with dinner on board,
Bus leaves at 16:00 hr from Lorentz Center
Wednesday June 27
9:00-9:45 Tamara Munzner,
When To Walk Away: Questions To Ask In Infovis Projects
Expression of Interest
Jack van Wijk, TU Eindhoven
11:00-11:45 Jean-Bernard Martens, TU Eindhoven
Experimental Research in Visualization?! Creating a Common Research
13:30-15:00 Panel - How to get your paper published?
Jack van Wijk