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OzViz 2013 Schedule

Venue: Ground Floor Seminar Room (Rooms G29/G30), New Horizons building (north end) (Building 82), Monash University, Clayton, Victoria. See the main event page for more information.

Note: The Accelerated Computing Workshop (ACW) (previously scheduled for Sunday 8th December) has now been moved to the afternoon of Tuesday 10th December 2013. There will no longer be any sessions held on Sunday 8th December.

Monday 9th December 2013

From To Title Author(s) Affiliation(s)
08:30 09:00 Registration: Ground Floor Foyer
09:00 09:10 Welcome
C. Paul Bonnington Monash University
09:10 09:30 MASSIVE Overview Wojtek James Goscincksi Monash University
Theme: Visualisation in Art and Science
Chair: David Barnes
09:30 10:10 Keynote: Visualisation: Art vs Science Jon McCormack Monash University
10:10 10:30 Visualising Science Through Art Eleanor Gates-Stuart, Chuong Nguyen, Matt Adcock, David Lovell and Matthew Morell CSIRO
10:30 10:50 From ideas to animation - Case studies Kristina Johnson CSIRO
10:50 11:10 Morning Tea: Ground Floor Foyer
Chair: Wojtek James Goscinski
11:10 11:40 Invited Speaker: From big data to smart knowledge - integrating multimodal biological data and modelling metabolism Falk Schreiber IPK Gatersleben, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
11:40 12:00 Triangulation of Social Network Analysis utilizing SiroSOM, UCInet & Keyplayer Rebecca Clunn, Anne-Maree Dowd, Arthur Poropat and Sheryl Ramsay Griffith University, CSIRO
12:00 12:20 Criteria for Good Network Visualization Peter Eades, Karsten Klein and Seok-Hee Hong The University of Sydney
12:20 12:40 WebCoLa: Constraint-based Network Layout in the Browser Tim Dwyer Monash University
12:40 13:20 Lunch: Ground Floor Foyer
13:20 13:40 A Web Visualization Service Justin Freeman and Duan Beckett Bureau of Meteorology
13:40 14:00 Molecular Visualisation in Drug Development Raymond Norton Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences
14:00 14:20 Visualising Aerosol Particles Jonathan Khoo CSIRO
Theme: 2D / 3D Large-scale visualisation hardware
Chair: Paul McIntosh
14:20 14:40 Do Tiled Display Walls really work in large scale astronomical visualisations? Bernard Meade The University of Melbourne
14:40 15:00 UWS Wonderama Lab - 2013 Update Andrew Leahy University of Western Sydney
15:00 15:20 Afternoon Tea: Ground Floor Foyer
15:20 15:40 The Cube: Large scale visualisation for research and public STEM engagement Tim Gurnett Queensland University of Technology
15:40 16:00 The New UTS Data Arena Ben Simons University of Technology Sydney
16:00 16:20 Immersive visualisation research at the University of Warwick, UK Alex Attridge and Mark Williams University of Warwick
16:20 16:40 The Monash CAVE2 Facility David Barnes, Toan Nguyen and Paul Bonnington Monash University
16:40 16:50 CAVE2 Demonstrations Overview David Barnes Monash University
16:50 19:00

Welcome Reception, Visualisation Exhibition and CAVE2 Demonstrations: Fourth Floor Lounge

Visualisation Exhibition Presentations: Fourth Floor Lounge
3D model: Superficial anatomy of the Upper Limb Michelle Quayle, Paul McMenamin, Justin Adams and Colin McHenry Monash University
3D model: Anatomy of the hand Michelle Quayle, Paul McMenamin, Colin McHenry and Justin Adams Monash University
3D models: "Monster" 3 printed examples from a larger project to image volumetric data of a garden slater, or Isopod, imaged with 3D Microcomputed X-ray Tomography. Printed on a Z Printer 650, for the exhibition, Science Fiction, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, 2013 Erica Seccombe, Tim Senden, Ajay Limaye Australian National University
3D models: TBD Bernard Meade Melbourne University
3D models: Components from Monash Centre for Additive Manufacturing Monash Centre for Additive Manufacturing Monash University
3D models: Machine Study 4 Chris Henschke Australian Synchrotron
Poster and 3D model: 3D Reconstruction and Printing for Rock Art Archaeology Paul Bourke University of Western Australia
Poster: Capture of Omni-Directional Stereoscopic Panoramic Images Paul Bourke and Volker Kuchelmeister University of Western Australia, University of New South Wales
CAVE2 Demonstrations (signup sheets will be available during the day for groups of 16 people per demonstration):
17:30 17:40 Visualisation of the Monash Motorsport M13 Formula SAE Car and Aerodynamics Package Marc Russouw and Scott Wordley Monash Motorsport, Monash University
17:40 17:50 Vespa Labs Visualisation Techniques Paul McIntosh Monash University
17:50 18:00 High resolution fractal rendering and animation in the CAVE2 Owen Kaluza Monash University
18:00 18:10 From ideas to animation - Case studies Kristina Johnson CSIRO
18:10 18:20 Fifty Sisters (CAVE 2 realisation), series of fifty evolved virtual plants, 2013. Commission for the Ars Electronica Museum, Linz, Austria Jon McCormack Monash University
18:20 18:30 The Visualising Angkor Project at Monash Tom Chandler Monash University
18:30 18:40 Lightbridge Chris Henschke Monash University
18:40 18:50 Personal Care? Triclosan contamination of benthic communities Phillip Gough and Xavier Ho The University of Sydney, CSIRO

 

Tuesday 10th December 2013

From To Title Author(s) Affiliation(s)
08:30 09:00 Registration: Ground Floor Foyer
Theme: 2D / 3D Large-scale visualisation hardware (continued)
Chair: Drew Whitehouse
09:00 09:30 Invited Speaker: The Visualising Angkor Project at Monash Tom Chandler Monash University
Theme: Visualisation in Art and Science (continued)
09:30 09:50 NEUVis: Affective and Effective science visualisations for non-scientists Phillip Gough The University of Sydney, CSIRO
09:50 10:10 Vespa Labs Visualisation Techniques Paul McIntosh Monash University
Theme: Engineering
Chair: Wojtek James Goscinski
10:10 10:50 Keynote: Extreme Structural Engineering Frieder Seible Monash University
10:50 11:10 Morning Tea: Ground Floor Foyer
11:10 11:30 Multispectral Visualisation for Handheld 3D Thermography Stephen Vidas and Peyman Moghadam Queensland University of Technology, CSIRO
Theme: Volumes
Chair: Paul McIntosh
11:30 11:50 Avizo and Avizo Fire: 3D Visualisation and Analysis Software Matthieu Niklaus FEI 
11:50 12:10 CT on the IMBL of the Australian Synchrotron Anton Maksimenko, Chris Hall, Andrew Stevenson, Daniel Hausermann Australian Synchrotron
12:10 12:40 Invited Speaker: Quantification and Visualisation of 4D data
Andreas Fouras Monash University
12:40 13:20 Lunch: Ground Floor Foyer
13:20 13:40 New developments in Drishti Ajay Limaye Australian National University
13:40 14:00 Voluminous - A web based volume renderer Drew Whitehouse NCI VizLab
14:00 14:20 High resolution anatomical modelling for biomechanical analysis Colin McHenry Monash University
14:20 14:40 Capture true-colour 3D models of insects for entertainment, biosecurity and science Chuong Nguyen, David Lovell, Rolf Oberprieler, Debbie Jennings, Matt Adcock, Eleanor Gates-Stuart and John La Salle CSIRO, Australian National University, Atlas of Living Australia
14:40 15:00 Afternoon Tea: Ground Floor Foyer
Accelerated Computing Workshop
Chair: Justin Baker
15:00 15:20 Ultra Fast Simulations for Ultra Cold Atoms Chris Watkins Monash University
15:20 15:40 Scientific Applications Development: Why Code When You Can Draw? Mohamed Almorsy, John Grundy, Richard Sadus, Willem van Straten, David G. Barnes and Owen Kaluza Swinburne University of Technology, Monash University
15:40 16:00 Paths to accelerated graphics and computation from web apps Owen Kaluza Monash University
16:00 16:20 Accelerating particle radiotherapy applications with OpenCL Filippo Ammazzalorso, Tomasz Bednarz and Urszula Jelen University of Marburg, CSIRO
16:20 16:30 Closing Remarks Drew Whitehouse NCI VizLab

 

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