Following the success of the first UKVAC Visual Analytics Summer School (camp) in 2010, Middlesex University will be hosting the second event in this series from 3rd to the 8th September at their Hendon campus in London.
This residential event is joint funded by the US Department of Homeland Security via the US Centre for Visual Analytics for Command, Control and Interoperability Environments (VACCINE) and the UK Home Office.
Aim and Scope of the Summer School
The summer school will provide a multidisciplinary grounding on this emerging and important area of visual analytics. Over a six day programme delegates will learn about visual analytics problems, techniques and solutions from leading international experts in the field. Teaching will be via classroom delivery, discussion and hands-on experience with visual analytic tools. Delegates will be set a group investigation and design challenge which will evolve throughout the week. The summer school will include a lively social programme.
- design of interactive visualisations
- data representations and transformations
- stakeholder domains
- Dr. Joe Kielman (Department of Homeland Security - DHS)
- Dr. Richard May (US National Visualisation and Analytics Center)
- David Gillen (US National Visualisation and Analytics Center)
- Prof. David Ebert (VACCINE, Purdue University)
- Dr. Robert R. Hoffman (Florida Institute for Human & Machine Cognition)
- Associate Prof. Brian Fisher (Simon Fraser University)
- Prof. Chris Baber (University of Birmingham)
- David Burden and Dr. Darrel Smith (Daden Ltd)
- Mary Sue Hoxie (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory - PNNL)
- Ron Fitch (IBM i2)
- Prof. Jo Wood (City University)
- Jason Baron (US National Archives and Records Administration)
- Prof. Tom McCutcheon (DSTL)
- Dr. Mark Shovman (Abertay University)
- Assistant Prof. Ross Maciejewski (Arizona State University)
- Dr. Daniela Oelke (University of Konstanz)
- Prof. William Wong (Middlesex University)
- Prof. Chris Huyck (Middlesex University)
- Dr. Kai Xu (Middlesex University)
Thanks to support from the DHS and Home Office we are able to charge nominal fees:
- £300 (standard fee)
- £200 (student fee)
Delegates will receive university accommodation if required, lunch and refreshments on teaching days, plus a hosted summer school dinner and social outing.
REGISTRATION OPEN! (Limited places available)
Dr. Simon Attfield & Prof. William Wong,
Interaction Design Centre, School of Engineering and Information Sciences,
Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, London, UK NW4 4BT.
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