VIS Home _ Oct. 28-Nov. 1, 2007, Sacramento, California, USA  
  _ Vis Sessions
Doctoral Colloquium


The 2007 IEEE Visualization and InfoVis Conferences and co-located IEEE VAST (Visual Analytics Science and Technology) Symposium will again host a Doctoral Colloquium to support the next generation of visualization researchers. Ph.D. students at any stage of their research are invited to apply to participate in the colloquium as presenters. Students who will have recently completed their proposal defense at the time of the colloquium are particularly encouraged to apply. This year, the colloquium will be run as a single cross-cutting track to incorporate contributions from the visualization, information visualization, and visual analytics student communities.

Wednesday, 8:30AM - 10:00AM
Information Visualization Student Presentations

Augmenting Digital Library Search with Visual Analysis Tools
Edward Clarkson

Personal Information Management Through Interactive Visualizations
Florian Evequoz

Understanding Visualization within the Context of Visual Representation
Caroline Ziemkiewicz

Wednesday, 10:30AM - Noon

Panel: Beginning the Rest of Your Career
Chris Co, Gordon Kindlmann, Joe Kniss, Frank van Ham

Wednesday, 2:00PM - 3:30PM
Visualization Student Presentations

Multi-Layer Visualization for Remotely Sensed Hyperspectral Imagery
Shangshu Cai

Visualization of Statistical Measures of Uncertainty
Kristin Potter

Illustrative Visualization Techniques for Pre-Operative Planning
Christian Tietjen

Towards Exploratory Visualization of Multivariate Streaming Data
Zainxian Xie

Wednesday, 4:15PM - 5:45PM
Visual Analytics Student Presentations

Distributed Cognition Planning and Training through Interactive Simulation and Visualization
Bruce Campbell

Synthesizing Geovisual Analytic Results
Anthony Robinson

Naviation and Synthesis in Interactive Visualization
Yedendra Shrinivasan

Doctoral Colloquium Committee

Penny Rheingans, University of Maryland Baltimore County
Richard May, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
William Pike, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Robert Kosara, UNC Charlotte _

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