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IA papers at VIS 2018

Immersive Analytics contributed to 5 papers that will be presented at VIS this year:



Congratulation to Yalong Yang, Vahan Yoghourdjian, Maxime Cordeil, Sarah Goodwin, Bernhard Jenny, Michael Wybrow, Tim Dwyer, Kim Marriott, and their collaborators.

SummerViz 2018 – Australian Summer School on Data Visualization


SummerViz 2018 – Australian Summer School on Data Visualization
5 February 2018 to 9 February 2018
Clayton Campus, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

If you are an Honours, Masters, or PhD student who is about to start a research project in data visualization, this is definitely the school for you.

Apply now.

Steve Kieffer wins IEEE VGTC Best Doctoral Dissertation Award for 2017

Steve Kieffer, recent IALab doctoral graduate, was just awarded the IEEE Visualization and Graphics Technical Committee (VGTC) Best Doctoral Dissertation Award for 2017. The award was presented to him last week at IEEE VIS 2017, the premier Visualisation conference.

Congratulations to Steve, and to his supervisors Kim Marriott, Tim Dwyer and Michael Wybrow.

Best paper award at IEEE BDVA 2016

Congratulations Matthias, Tobias, Cagatay, Tim and Kim for Best paper award at IEEE BDVA 2016 for the paper:

M. Klapperstück, T. Czauderna, C. Goncu, J. Glowacki, T. Dwyer, F. Schreiber and K. Marriott: ‘ContextuWall: peer collaboration using (large) displays’ (Proc. IEEE Big Data Visual Analytics – BDVA), 2016 (to appear).

MArVL members awarded several in-house Monash grants

Falk Schreiber and Kim Marriott have been awarded a Monash in-house IDR (Interdisciplinary Research) grant:
Prof Jian Li (Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences), Dr Jiangning Song (Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences), Prof Falk Schreiber, Prof Trevor Lithgow (Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences), Prof Kim Marriott: “Virtual cell of Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Paradigm shifting in antibiotic discovery” $250,000 for three years

Tim Dwyer and Alex Fornito (Monash Medical Imaging) have been awarded a Faculty of Medicine Strategic Grant of $49,945 for 2015 for their project “A platform for sharing and visualising the human connectome”.