The Oxford e-Research Centre runs a diverse calendar of seminars, workshops and events, the majority of which are open to individuals from outside the Centre.
For more information on our events programme see below or use the interactive calendar at the right to navigate through past and future events.
Presentations and other supporting documents will often be added to an event page after it has taken place.
Workshop on Challenges in Geo-spatial Visualization
Professor Min Chen
30th August '12
- There will be an informal workshop at Oxford in August on the topic of challenges in geo-spatial visualization. The workshop will be in a brainstorm format to discuss challenges and possible solutions. This covers GeoInfoVis, as well as some SciVis problems, which feature spatial constraints while exhibiting the following difficulties in visualization: - multi-dimensional and multi-variate data - depicting complex relationships - depicting temporal movement and changes - depicting uncertain spatial information - use of visual channels - uncertainty and bias introduced by analysis such as clustering - uncertainty and bias introduced by visual mapping
- Digital Research 2012 10th September '12
- The UK's premier Digital Research community event is being held in Oxford from 10-12 September 2012. Come along to showcase and share the latest in digital research practice - and set the agenda for tomorrow.
- The New Science Of New Data: A Symposium 10th September '12
- As part of the Digital Research Conference 2012 the Digital Social Research programme present this exciting symposium on the possibilities for research using new data.
- Images and Visualisation: Imaging Technology, Truth and Trust 17th September '12
- The aim of this conference is to bring together experts from across the natural and social sciences, with curators, artists, producers and users of images based on advanced visual engineering. By exploring emerging challenges at the interface between advanced visualisation technologies, truth and trust we want to stimulate talk, interaction and collaboration between the arts, humanities and (natural, medical, engineering, computer) sciences, in a context where both science and (visual) art are increasingly converging and, at the same time, disciplinary boundaries still separate those working across them.
FUSS (FUn and Serious Science) Friday 12th October
Professor Min Chen
12th October '12