These are the top conferences and journals in the field of information visualization.
My informal guide for how to join the IEEE InfoVis scientific community for new students, industry professionals, and established scientists from other fields.
My guidelines on writing good and helpful reviews for papers in the human-computer interaction and visualization research fields.
We are at IEEE VIS 2015 in Chicago this week, presenting five papers from my research group. UMIACS has posted a story about this here.
I am Co-PI on a new 4-year National Institutes of Health grant on improving genomic data analysis using visualization.
I am a co-author of the upcoming sixth!) edition of the classic textbook “Designing the User Interface“, originally written by Ben Shneiderman and Catherine Plaisant.
My students and I will be presenting five papers at the upcoming IEEE VIS 2015 conference that will take place in Chicago, IL in October.
Our work on Sketcholution, a visualization of sketch histories, has just been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Human-Computer Studies.