InfoVis 2004 Contest

Results

RESULTS

Announced August 2nd, 2004

Copies of the materials WILL be posted on the InfoVis Repository before October 10, 2004

 

 

Three “First Place” and one “Student 1st place”

 

Major Information Visualization Authors, Papers and Topics in the ACM Library

Weimao Ke, Katy Börner and Lalitha Viswanath, Indiana University

 

IN-SPIRE InfoVis 2004 Contest Entry

Pak Chung Wong, Beth Hetzler, Christian Posse, Mark Whiting, Sue Havre, Nick Cramer, Anuj Shah, Mudita Singhal, Alan Turner, Jim Thomas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

 

Understanding Eight Years of InfoVis Conferences using PaperLens

Bongshin Lee, University of Maryland, Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research, George Robertson, Microsoft Research, Benjamin B. Bederson, University of Maryland

 

WilmaScope Graph Visualisation   (Student 1st Place)

Adel Ahmed, Tim Dwyer, Colin Murray, Le Song, Ying Xin Wu, University of Sydney, Australia

 

 

Eight “Second Place”

 

Case Study : Visualizing Visualization

Frank van Ham, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

 

Exploring and Visualizing the History of InfoVis

Daniel A. Keim, Christian Panse, Mike Sips,  Joern Schneidewind, Helmut Barro

University of Konstanz

 

InfoVisExplorer

Jaroslav Tyman, Grant P. Gruetzmacher,  John Stasko, Georgia Institute of Technology

 

An Associative Information Visualizer

Xia Lin, Jan Buzydlowski, Howard D. White, Drexel University

 

MonkEllipse: Visualizing the History of Information Visualization

Tzu-Wei Hsu, Lee Inman Farabaugh, Dave McColgin, Kevin Stamper, Georgia Institute of Technology

 

Exploring InfoVis Publication History with Tulip

Maylis Delest, Université de Bordeaux I, Tamara Munzner, University of British Columbia,  David Auber and Jean-Philippe Domenger, LaBRI, Université de Bordeaux I 

 

Information Visualization Research: A Citation and Co-Citation Perspective

Chaomei Chen, Drexel University

 

One For All

Soon Tee Teoh and Kwan-Liu Ma, University of California, Davis

 

 

Did not place but were invited to present in InfovisFun Exhibit

 

CiteWiz: A Citation Network Visualizer

Niklas Elmqvist, Philippas Tsigas, Chalmers University of Technology

 

Paper Growth Patterns

Jesse Kriss, Carnegie Mellon University

 

ThemeExplorer: A Tool for Understanding the History of the Field of Information Visualization

Urs Bischoff, Nicholas Diakopoulos, Felix Loesch, Ying Zhou,  Georgia Institute of Technology