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IEEE VisWeek 2019 Participation

Participation in IEEE VisWeek 2019
   October 16, 2019

Contratulations on VisCenter members' participation in IEEE VisWeek 2019

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IEEE VisWeek Accepted Publications

Faculty Presenting Papers to IEEE Vis 2017
   September 27, 2017

Congratulations to Dr.'s Wenwen Dou, K.R. Subramanian, Samira Shaikh, Paula Goolkasian, and Isaac Cho and students Ryan Wesslen, David Burlinson, Alireza Karduni and Sashank Santhanam on multiple papers accepted to the IEEE Vis 2017, the premiere conference in visualization.  They will be presenting their work in the coming week of October 1st in Pheonix, Arizona....

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Zachary Wartell and Dan Janies - Co-Directors

   August 30, 2017

Professors Zachary Wartell and Dan Janies have jointly accepted the position of Co-Director of the Charlotte Visualization Center.   They will lead the VisCenter in its research mission and oversee administrative functions of the VisCenter as well as the seminar series, student's travel grants, distinguished...

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William Ribarsky Named to IEEE Computer Society Senior Publications Position

   December 16, 2015

William Ribarsky has been named Chair of the IEEE Computer Society Transactions Operations Committee, with oversight over 20 Transactions, and member of the IEEE CS Publications Board. The Computer Society, the largest of the 39 IEEE Technical societies, has over 60,000 members from more than 168 countries. The IEEE Transactions are considered Tier 1 journals and several are the leading...

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Dr. Ribarsky Wins Prestigious Award

   April 22, 2015

Dr. William Ribarsky, VisCenter Director, has been awarded the 2015 First Citizens Bank Scholars Medal. Nominees must focus on the excellence and importance of sustained contributions in research and creative activities, including work done over a substantial period of time at UNC Charlotte. This is the top research and scholarship award bestowed by UNC Charlotte.To view a video on Dr....

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VisCenter Launches VAiRoma!

   February 23, 2015

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...

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Shaoting Zhang joins the VisCenter

   October 2, 2013

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.

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Yong Ge joins the VisCenter

   October 1, 2013

Dr. Ge is a faculty member in the Department of Computer Science. His research interests include data mining, recommender systems, and business analytics.

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Dan Janies joins the VisCenter

   September 1, 2013

Dan Janies, the Carol Grotnes Belk Distinguished Professor of Bioinformatics and Genomics,  has joined the VisCenter as a faculty member. His research areas are studies of organismal diversity and the spread of pathogens with respect...

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The VisCenter launches its YouTube channel.

   August 28, 2013

NEW! See rich videos on many VisCenter projects here.

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