Visualization Technologies to Support Research on Human - Environment Interactions Workshop

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Jul 25, 2012

SESYNC hosted the Visualization Technologies to Support Research on Human - Environment Interactions Workshop to focus especially on the visualization and use of spatial datasets from the social and environmental sciences.  The workshop discussed and identified some of the current visualization challenges and emerging opportunities in using spatial datasets to study human-environment interactions.  The meeting was a ‘problem-solving’ workshop wherein domain scientists from the social and environmental sciences were able to learn about visualization tools and resources available for their work and computational scientists were able to learn about  the as-yet unmet visualization needs in the domain sciences.

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Featured Speakers

Ben Schneiderman, University of Maryland -- College Park

Stephen Sheppard, University of British Columbia

Daniel Aliaga, Department of Computer Science, Purdue University

Sessions

  •     Visualization for Communication, Interactions, and Decision Making
  •     Modeling and Visualization in Human-dominated Ecosystems
  •     Smart Visual Environments
  •     Scientific Modeling and Visualization
  •     Visualization for Conservation

 

 

 

 

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