Silvia Miksch gave a talk @ IT SUMMIT 2017 in Linz about challenges and opportunities in Visual Analytics, entitled (in German) "Vom Datenwust zur Erkenntnis: Visual Analytics: Stand der Technik und Best Practice"
Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien):
Centre for Visual Analytics Science and Technology (CVAST)
The project’s focus is the valorisation and the mediation of the capabilities of music as an urban identification tool. The interaction between music and urban texture (identity, political symbolism, mental determination, imagination) should be made accessible to academic and to a wide audience through interactive Visual Analytic Technologies.
The Technisches Museum Wien published a book 'Wäre Ada ein Mann...Frauen in Technik, Naturwissenschaften und Medien', Edition TMW, which presents pioneer work of women in technology, natural sciences, and media.
We invite you to the talk "Exploratory Search in Time-Oriented Data" by Jürgen Bernard from TU Darmstadt.
Time: Wednesday, 25. January 2017 at 17:15
Location: Vienna University of Technology, 4., Favoritenstraße 9-11, stairs 3,
4. floor, green area, Seminarraum E188/2
Silvia Miksch served as opponent in Gregorio Palmas's PhD defense at the School of Computer Science and Communication (CSC) at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden (November 17, 2016). The title of this thesis is/was "Visual Analysis of Multidimensional Data for Biomechanics and HCI”.
The supervisor was Professor Tino Weinkauf
The members of the examining committee were
We are seeking for a highly motivated PhD candidate in the field of Visual Analytics, Information Visualization, visual Data Mining and Interaction Design (with particular focus on data quality and uncertainty) in the Laura Bassi Center of Expertise (LBC), Centre for Visual Analytics Science and Technology (CVAST), which is established at the Institute of Software Technology and Interactive Systems, Vienna Un
Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien): LBC CVAST (Centre for Visual Analytics Science and Technology)
We collaborate with the Department for Knowledge and Communication Management - Danube University Krems within the new interdisciplinary research project polycube - Towards Integrated Mental Models of Cultural Heritage Data.