Doctoral Colloquium

Session 1

Understanding Sensemaking Strategies in Criminal Intelligence Analysis Looking at User Interaction
Author: Johanna Haider (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)

Analyzing Creative Processes: Qualitative Methods Meets Visual Analytics
Author: Rhema Linder (Texas A&M University, USA)

Drawing Small Beautiful Diagrams
Author: Vahan Yoghourdjian (Monash University, UK)

On the Scalability of Large Graph Visualization
Author: Yanhong Wu (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, PRC)

Visual Exploration Techniques for Urban Planning
Author: Fabio Miranda (New York University, USA)

Proofreading of Automatic Segmentations in Connectomics
Author: Daniel Haehn (Harvard University, USA)

Session 2

Scalable Visual Analytics for Advanced Manufacturing
Author: Dominik Herr (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

Effective Visualization of The Uncertainty in Hurricane Forecasts
Author: Le Liu (Clemson University, USA)

Spatial-Nonspatial Visual Integration of Dynamic, Multi-Scale and Comparative Biological Networks
Author: Chihua Ma (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)

Session 3

Integrating Predictive Analytics and Social Media
Author: Yafeng Lu (Arizona State University, USA)

Spatio-Temporal Historical Event Visual Exploration Through Social Media-Based Models
Author: Vanessa Peña-Araya (University of Chile, Chile)

Implementation and Evaluation of Cartogram Generation Algorithms
Author: Sabrina Nusrat (University of Arizona, USA)

Targeting Designs of Scalable Exploratory Visual Summaries
Author: Alper Sarikaya (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)

Compiling Differential Tensor Calculus
Author: Charisee Chiw (University of Chicago, USA)

Flow Visualization and Analysis: From Geometry to Physics
Author: Lei Zhang (University of Houston, USA)

Session 4

Visual Analytics for Temporal Event Sequence Recommendation
Author: Fan Du (University of Maryland, USA)

Using Data Visualization to Bridge the Gaps in Tuberculosis Research
Author: Anamaria Crisan (The University of British Columbia, Canada)

Using Virtual Reality Effectively: An Evaluation of Visual Fidelity Components in Immersive VR Environments
Author: Johannes Novotny (Brown University, USA)