The programme of BDVA’15 will include four exciting hands-on workshops on 22nd September 2015. There will be two parallel sessions in the morning and in the afternoon.
Dynamic Visualisation of Scientific Workflows with Workspace (Matt Bolger)
This hands-on half day workshop will get participants up and running with Workspace, provide a taste of developing their own workflows (including inline 3D visualisation) and outline how users and developers can continue to learn more through the tutorials and wizards included.
Communicating Science with Animations (Christopher Hammang)
Multi-Dimensional Data Visualisation with Parallel Coordinates (Julian Heinrich, Timos Kipouros & Alfred Inselberg)
High-performance Visualisation Using OpenGL/WebGL (Tomasz Bednarz, Daniel Filonik, Xavier Ho)
Daniel Filonik is a PhD candidate at the Urban Informatics Research Lab and the Institute for Future Environments, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, Australia. Previously, he graduated with a Masters degree in Media Informatics from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, Germany. He also received an honours degree in Technology Management from the Center for Digital Technology and Management (CDTM). He has gathered work experience developing web applications for the IT service provider bit Informationstechnologie GmbH and mobile applications for the ebook start-up Skoobe GmbH. Daniel’s fields of interest are Information Visualization, Computer Graphics and Human-Computer Interaction. His current research focuses on developing interfaces for collaborative exploration of diverse data sets on large, interactive screens.
Xavier Ho is an interaction designer and creative programmer passionate about connecting stories. His work is conceptually curiosity-driven which drives technical needs and developing forward. Learning never stops during his day time at CSIRO, and he juggles part-time PhD in inspiration visualisation in games studies and a personal commitment to improve the web for everyone. His work stretches across the programming and visual arts spectrum, andn has been featured in Verge Gallery, University of Sydney. Prior to full-time commitment, his creative freelancing career includes client from Sydney School of Business, Queensland University of Technology, NSW Planning and Environment, and Web Direction conferences. Xavier can be easily reached by Twitter at @Xavier_Ho.