Sunday, March 25, 2007

VizNET 2007 Workshop

Intersections in Visualization Practices and Techniques
17-19 April Leicestershire, UK

New visualization technologies, practices and techniques have drawn science and the arts ever closer together, and the exchange of ideas between the two has become increasingly important. This workshop is about how to create and represent information or ideas through visualization techniques with a view to achieving better understanding through collaboration in visualization. The workshop is an opportunity for researchers working in science and engineering, or the arts and humanities, to develop practical experience across a broad range of visualization practice and thus a framework for articulating new ideas about working together.

Who should attend?
• Arts and Humanities researchers, performers and artists, expert in one or more areas of visualization, who would like an introduction to, and overview of, other areas of visualization, including the latest research results, ideas and applications.

• Arts and Humanities researchers, performers and artists new to visualization who would like an introduction to, and overview of, the latest visualization practices and techniques.

How much will it cost?
Registration is free of charge, but essential as places are strictly limited. Participants can click here to register online and reserve a place at the workshop. There are three registration schemes: Day 1 and Day 2, Day 3 only, and all three days. Participants are asked to pay their own travel and accommodation costs. Two levels of hotel accommodation are offered on the workshop website. Participants can elect to find their own accommodation, for example a B&B in Loughborough, but still need to register online to reserve a place at the workshop.

Visit VizNET 2007 website for further information, or email Dr. Julie Tolmie or Dr. Nijad Al-Najdawi


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