Hi everyone, on behalf of all the people in visitlab visualization laboratory, we would like to wish you a peaceful holiday and great next year. We know that recent seasons might have been challenging on inspiration, and new topics for your future research. That is the reason we came up with a VIS related research generator. You can start it here. Have fun and Merry Christmas. visitlab
The VCBM 2019 is slowly approaching and Renata and Bara released all the important dates for submission, reviews and everything else. See more at the official webpage of the conference.
Today happened a special event: our friend, colleague and one of the volunteers at EuroVIS 2018, Kahin, gave a lecture about the evaluations of proper visualisations in scientific papers. He came all the way from Linköping University in Sweden and will stay at FI for couple of days, until this Thursday. Lev was watching the lecture as well..
The crew just returned from the largest visualisation conference in the world. For three of us, it was the first experience, that should motivate us to write something incredible for the next year venue in Vancouver. In total there were 6 of us and we were missing Vojta deeply.
This weekend starts the largest visualisation conference in the world: IEEE VIS 2018 in Berlin and we are pretty excited about it. Of course we can’t miss such a huge opportunity (it lands in Europe only every 4 years) and all of us are going there, listening and talking to the brightest minds in visualisation today. So if you happen to be in Berlin next week, or in Germany, or in Europe, go there and
There will be 10 experts from the field, including Katka and Kiki from our lab. You can find more information on facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2084642664934022/.