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.
Program and Schedule
The OzViz and ACW schedule.
The OzViz and ACW program of presentations.
We cordially invite you to participate in OzViz 2013 on the 9th and 10th of December 2013 and hosted by MASSIVE, CSIRO and Monash eResearch Centre in Clayton, Victoria, and the Accelerated Computing Workshop (ACW) 2013 which will be held at the same location on the afternoon of 10th December.
OzViz was first held in 2001, and is the premier annual workshop for visualisation practitioners, academics and researchers from across Australia and New Zealand. The workshop provides an opportunity for participants to present research outcomes, share innovative ideas, learn new techniques, publicise work and meet colleagues. It is a multidisciplinary event, with participants typically from a broad range of fields such as mathematics, geoscience, architecture, biology, medicine and astronomy presenting alongside computer graphics and visualisation experts.
The main part of the workshop will be held in the Monash New Horizons building which houses the Monash CAVE2 facility. Participants will have an opportunity to tour the facility. For information about this facility, please see here; and an article in The Age.
We encourage participants to present and share a range of work such as on-going research, works-in-progress, visualisation breakdowns, student projects and finished projects. The format of the workshop will be presentations, of 20 minutes each including five minutes for questions.
In addition to talks and presentations, attendees are invited to participate in this year’s Visualisation Exhibition. The exhibition offers a unique venue to showcase cutting-edge digital work in both digital and physical form.
Participants have three options for submission:
- Render a movie for display in the Monash CAVE2 Facility. Technical specifications for the CAVE2 are available here:
- Submit images to be exhibited during the workshop.
- Submit a 3D print to be exhibited during the workshop.
The committee will choose the most visually inspiring and insightful works.
Co-located Events - Accelerated Computing Workshop (ACW)
This year's OzViz program will include an Accelerated Computing Workshop on the afternoon of Tuesday 10th December at Monash University with invited speakers and live demonstrations discussing compute-oriented technologies (OpenCL, CUDA, etc) and hardware architectures (GPUs, APUs, MIC, etc). The ACW invites all developers, researchers and academics in the community to join us and participate! Speakers from both industry and academia will discuss a range of subjects, including core fundamentals, hardware architectures, parallel programming, as well as workload scheduling and device specific optimizations.
Submissions for the ACW, OzViz and Visualisation Exhbition have now closed.
The OzViz and ACW schedule is now available.
Registration for OzViz and the ACW closed on 4th December 2013.
The OzViz workshop on 9th and 10th December and ACW on the afternoon of 10th December 2013 will be held in the Ground Floor Seminar Room (Rooms G29/G30) of the New Horizons building (Building 82) (http://www.eng.monash.edu.au/news/new-horizons/) (north end), Monash University, Clayton, Victoria.
Getting to Monash University Clayton Campus: See http://www.monash.edu/people/transport-parking/ for information and links about travelling to Monash University. See http://www.monash.edu/people/maps/ for pdf and interactive maps (select Clayton Campus, then from the "Find" menu select "Teaching > Lecture Theatres > CL_72/E7 - Lecture Theatre E7" for the ACW venue or "Buildings > 82 - New Horizons" for the OzViz venue).
Note about parking at Monash University Clayton Campus: Parking restrictions apply all year and infringement notices will be issued to vehicles parked illegally. Please observe signs at all times whilst on campus. As this event occurs outside Monash University semester, free parking is available in the blue permit areas only of the multi-level car parks SE4 and N1. Please ensure that you park in the blue line bays of these listed carparks only. For details visit http://www.fsd.monash.edu.au/travel-parking.
We look forward to seeing everyone in Melbourne for this year's workshop!
Justin Baker, CSIRO
David Barnes, Monash University
Tomasz Bednasz, CSIRO
Paul Bourke, UWA
Wojtek Goscinski, Monash University
Paul McIntosh, Monash University
Wendy Mason, Monash University
Drew Whitehouse, ANU
Michael Wang, University of Melbourne
Christopher Watkins, Monash University
MASSIVE Website: https://www.massive.org.au/
OzViz Community Website: https://sites.google.com/site/ozvizworkshop/