[Infovis] Biological Visualisation Network AGM
J.Kennedy at napier.ac.uk
Fri Mar 17 16:33:06 CET 2017
The Biological Visualisation Community's 3rd BiVi Annual Meeting takes place in Edinburgh on 20th-21st April 2017. This two day meeting comprises one day with 3 keynote talks, 7 talks on biological data visualisation as well as opportunities for lightning talks, posters and demos, with a second day of hands on training workshops.
The talks and training include visualisation across the whole spectrum of biological data types from ‘omic sequence based data through cells and tissues to whole organism physiology. This is a meeting of interest to anybody working in biomedical science as well as developers of visualisation techniques.
The keynote speakers are:
- Jean-luc Doumont: The Three Laws of Communication
- Marc Streit: From Visual Exploration of Biomedical Data to Storytelling and Back Again
- Bang Wong: Art and Science: A partnership catalyzing discovery in biomedicine
Registration (includes the evening meal) is £50 and student bursaries are available.
More details at http://bivi.co/event/3rd-bivi-annual-meeting.
Please forward this announcement to your colleagues.
Looking forward to seeing you in Edinburgh,
BiVi Organising Committee
Contact:info at bivi.co<mailto:info at bivi.co>
The Biological Visualisation Network, BiVi provides a forum for dissemination, training and discussion for life-scientists to discover and promote complex data visualisation ideas and solutions. BiVi, funded by the BBSRC, is a central resource for information on bio-visualisation and is supplemented with annual meetings for networking and educational purposes, focussed around emerging trends in visualisation and challenges facing biology.
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