The VANDA team seized the opportunity to present the current research of the project at the 20th installation of the Round Table of Visual Engineering (Runder Tisch der Technischen Visualistik). The event was entitled “Learning in a Sea of Data” and was opened by Prof. Rainer Groh, who looked back on the 19 prior events. In the introductory talk, Dietrich Kammer and Mandy Keck addressed the foundations of Visual Analytics Interfaces for Big Data Environments.
The Chair for Media Design at Technische Universität Dresden invites the general public to participate in a round table discussion with the project partners. The event is the 20th installation of the Round Table of Visual Engineering (Runder Tisch der Technischen Visualistik) and will be opened by Prof. Rainer Groh, who will look back on the 19 prior events.
We want to discuss the project topics with researchers and practitioners. First, we introduce the challenges associated with Visual Analytics Interfaces for Big Data Environments. Second, the industrial partners will give short introductory talks outlining their use cases and visualization approaches. Further discussion will take place during a poster session and a small catering for all guests.
More information (in German) and the registration is available on the website of the event: http://technische-visualistik.de/events/lernen-im-datenmeer
On 29 May 2018, we will organize a workshop at the International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI 2018) in Castiglione della Pescaia (Italy).
The workshop targets Visual Big Data Interfaces in industrial contexts such as e-commerce, e-learning and business intelligence. It addresses interfaces for three different user groups: data scientists, data workers and end users. The workshop is intended to provide a forum for discussing research questions and solutions in industrial applications.
On Sunday, 10th of September, Dietrich Kammer presented the paper „Exploring Big Data Landscapes with Elastic Displays” at the main german conference on Human-Computer Interaction „Mensch und Computer“ in Regensburg, Germany. The conference is organized by the German Informatics Society (Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V. (GI)), which is a non-profit organization with about 20,000 members living across the world. The talk was part of the workshop on Tangible Interaction („Be-greifbare Interaktion“), which was held at the conference for the 10th time. The topic was how novel interaction technologies can assist data analysts in optimizing their clustering algorithms by adapting parameters with instant visual and haptic feedback.
On Sunday, 27.08.2017 Simon Bremer, a student working at Mercateo, presented our paper “A Framework for Training Hybrid Recommender Systems” at the RecSys 2017 conference in Como. The presentation took place as part of the workshop on “Intelligent Recommender Systems by Knowledge Transfer and Learning”. Enabling recommender models of different strengths to learn from each other, the introduced method is particularly useful for dealing with the cold-start problem.
Last week, Mandy Keck presented our research project and the paper “Towards Glyph-based Visualizations for Big Data Clustering” at the 10th International Symposium on Visual Information Communication and Interaction in Bangkok. The paper addressed a glyph concept for cluster analysis and an user evaluation. We got valuable feedback at the conference and discussed our approach with an international expert audience. The associated presentation is available on slideshare:
We are happy that our concept for elastic walls has been accepted for the conference “Mensch und Computer” in the workshop “Begreifbare Interaktion”. The paper “Exploring Big Data Landscapes with
Elastic Displays” will be presented during the conference on 10th September 2017 in Regensburg.
Last thursday, we presented our current research results at OUTPUT.DD in the Faculty of Computer Science – Technische Universität Dresden. Interested visitors could test our glyphboard demonstrator and solve analysis tasks with different glyph visualizations. Every year, OUTPUT.DD presents current research projects of the Faculty of Computer Science and connects students, researchers and representatives of local companies.
We are happy that our Full Paper “Towards Glyph-based Visualizations for Big Data Clustering” has been accepted for the 10th International Symposium on Visual Information Communication and Interaction (VINCI 2017). The paper focuses on a glyph-based design concept for cluster analysis and includes a user study that compares different design approaches. It will be presented during the conference from 14 – 16 August 2017 in Bangkok.
On Thursday, 15th of June 2017 you will find us on OUTPUT.DD in the Faculty of Computer Science – Technische Universität Dresden. From 14:00 – 18:00, we will present our current project results. We look forward to meeting you and to discuss our research.
The event is free to the general public and takes place at Nöthnitzer Str. 46, 01187 Dresden. More information is available on the website: output-dd.de