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To develop and promote the science of visual analytics and to advance interactive visualization as an integrative discipline that is indispensable for attacking key real world applications.

Visualization Courses

Visit the visualization course page for a list of current and future visualization courses!

Spring 2015

ITCS 4235/5235 Game Engine Construction - Prof. Zachary Wartell

ITCS 4122/5122: Visual Analytics - Prof. Jing Yang

Information Visualization

ITCS 4121/5121 Information Visualization - Prof. Jing Yang or Prof. Zachary Wartell

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Updated Search for New VisCenter Director

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte and the College of Computing and Informatics invites applications or nominations for the Bank of America Endowed Chair in Information Technology. The Endowed Chair will reside in the Department of Computer Science and will also serve as Director of the Charlotte Visualization Center. The College seeks candidates who have outstanding research programs directed towards solving critical issues in visual analytics, or in machine learning or knowledge discovery/data mining with overlap in visualization.



VisCenter Launches VAiRoma!

VAiRoma (Visual Analytics in Rome) is a tool that tells the whole story of Rome across its entire 3,000 year history, from a village on the Tiber to a vast empire to the capital of a modern state and seat of the Roman Catholic Church. It does this by organizing, in a meaningful way, a disorganized collection of over 189,000 articles on all aspects of Rome, its people, its geography and climate, and so on. Click this to view VAiRoma.



Shaoting Zhang joins the VisCenter

Dr. Zhang's research is on the interface of medical imaging informatics, large-scale visual understanding and machine learning, including novel segmentation, modeling, and scalable data analytics.




Events

VisCenter Seminar on March 26, 12:30 pm, 130 Woodward

Extracting Space-Time Patterns in Infectious Diseases

  • Dr. Eric Delmelle, Geography and Earth Sciences

 

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Visualization Highlight


Web-based System for Responding to Critical Infrastructure Breakdown
When a large scale disaster, such as a hurricane, hits, breakdowns at key points in the electrical grid can cascade over telecommunication, water, gas, road, and other systems. Key facilities, such as schools, police and fire stations, government building, and hospitals, can be affected significantly. In this research funded by DHS, we have developed a Web-based tool to tap into simulations for thousands of different hurricane paths, immediately selecting the one that most closely matches the current event and visualizing the results so they can be rapidly understood and acted upon. The database can also be updated on-the-fly with new simulations that follow the predicted hurricane path. Thus an emergency responder in the field can get updates about when a hurricane will hit her area, where and what parts of the infrastructure will be disrupted, what key facilities will be affected and when. To view the tool in action, click here.


Mobile Emergency Response System: Mobile system excels in recent large emergency response exercise.