The 10th International Symposium on Visual Information Communication and Interaction (VINCI 2017)

Bangkok, Thailand, 14-16 August 2017
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Program at a Glance

14 Aug
08:30-14:00 Registration
09:00-09:30 Opening remarks & welcome address
09:30-10:30 Keynote speech 1
10:30-11:00 Tea/coffee break
11:00-12:40 Session 1: Uncertainty, Clusters, and Languages
12:40-14:00 Lunch
14:00-16:00 Session 2: Visual Analytics and Visualization Design
16:00-16:30 Tea/coffee break
16:30-17:00 Session 3 (a): Poster fast-forward
17:00-18:00 Session 3 (b): Poster viewing
18:00-20:00 Welcome reception
15 Aug
09:30-10:30 Keynote speech 2
10:30-11:00 Tea/coffee break
11:00-12:40 Session 4: Human Factors and Visual Representations
12:40-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:40 Session 5: Empirical Studies for Visualization
15:40-16:10 Tea/coffee break
16:10-17:40 Session 6: Panel
18:00-21:00 Banquet
(incl. closing remarks & VINCI 2018 announcement)
16 Aug
08:00 onwards KMUTT campus tour (half day) or
Bangkok tour (full day)

Program Details

[FP] = Full Paper (25 mins.), [SP] = Short Paper (20 mins.)

Session 1: Uncertainty, Clusters, and Languages

Chair: Yun Jang, Sejong University, Republic of Korea
  1. [FP] Zana Vosough, Dietrich Kammer, Mandy Keck and Rainer Groh.
    Visualizing Uncertainty in Flow Diagrams: A Case Study in Product Costing
    award Best Paper Award Recipient
  2. [FP] Fangfang Zhou, Minghui Chen, Zeyu Wang, Feng Luo, Xiaobo Luo, Wei Huang, Yi Chen and Ying Zhao.
    A Radviz-based Visualization for Understanding Fuzzy Clustering Result
  3. [FP] Yang Zou, Xiaoqin Zeng, Yufeng Liu and Huiyi Liu.
    Partial Precedence of Context-sensitive Graph Grammars
  4. [SP] Yuhua Liu, Hanfei Lin, Yitao Liang and Changbo Wang.
    An Application of Optimization Method for Storyline Based on Cluster Analysis

Session 2: Visual Analytics and Visualization Design

Chair: Jonathan H. Chan, KMUTT, Thailand
  1. [FP] Sangbong Yoo, Hong Ryeol Ryu, Hanbyul Yeon, Taekyoung Kwon and Yun Jang.
    Personal Visual Analytics for Android Security Risk Lifelog
  2. [FP] Nils Rodrigues, Rudolf Netzel, Kazi Riaz Ullah, Michael Burch, Alexander Schultz, Bruno Burger and Daniel Weiskopf.
    Visualization of Time Series Data with Spatial Context: Communicating the Energy Production of Power Plants
  3. [FP] Kumaripaba Atukorala, Luana Micallef, Chao An An, Aki Reijonen, Jaakko Peltonen, Tuukka Ruotsalo and Giulio Jacucci.
    Visualizing Activity Traces to Support Collaborative Literature Searching
  4. [SP] Christian Bors, Markus Bögl, Theresia Gschwandtner and Silvia Miksch.
    Visual Support for Rastering of Unequally Spaced Time Series
    award Best Short Paper Award Recipient
  5. [SP] Kazuo Misue, Kosuke Otake and Takahiro Saito.
    Visual Considerations of Relative Trajectory Models of Moving Objects

Session 3: Posters

Chair: Shigeo Takahashi, University of Aizu, Japan
The poster session consists of two parts: (a) a "fast-forward" slide presentation of each poster (2 minutes each); and (b) the viewing of the actual posters.
  1. Jieliang Luo, Donghao Ren and George Legrady.
    Anamorphic Fluid: Exploring Spatial Organization and Movements of Images in A Simulated Fluid Environment.
  2. Congmin Li and Jie Li.
    Using Sunflower Metaphor to Reduce Clutter of Scatterplot
  3. Boyi Li, Amontep Wijitcharoen and Jonathan Chan.
    Visualizing Thai Stock Performance using Parallel Coordinates
  4. Simon Fong, Robert P. Biuk-Aghai and Scarlet Tin.
    Visual Clustering-based Apriori ARM Methodology for Obtaining Quality Association Rules
  5. Kang Zhang, Yihang Bo and Yi Yang.
    Towards a Design Generation Methodology
  6. Xianglei Zhu, Shuai Zhao, Quan Wen and Jie Li.
    Visual Analysis of Driving Styles from Vehicle Experiment Data
  7. Wenjun Guo, Seungwook Kim, Sangjun Son, Changhyung Hong, Hyunjung Shin and Kyungwon Lee.
    Data-driven Dementia Diagnosis Record Visualization System
    award Best Poster Award Recipient
  8. Thanyathorn Thanapattheerakul, Jaturong Kongmanee and Jonathan Chan.
    Network-based Visualization Tool for Analyzing Gene Expression Data
  9. Philip Lu, Saila Shama, Narumol Doungpan, Asawin Meechai and Jonathan Chan.
    Gene-Set Profiles: Visualizing Dissimilarity Within Gene Co-Expression Networks for Biomarker Identification
  10. Jiafan Li, Changbo Wang, Yuhua Liu, Zhijie Qiao and Junjie Wang.
    Overall Quality Evaluation of Graph Layouts Based on Regression Analysis
  11. Wutthipong Kongburan, Praisan Padungweang, Worarat Krathu and Jonathan Chan.
    Network Analysis of Inter-Organizational Success Factor Relationships

Session 4: Human Factors and Visual Representations

Chair: Kazuo Misue, Tsukuba University, Japan
  1. [FP] Barış Serim, Luca Chech, Marta Vasilieva, Lorenzo Papa, Luciano Gamberini and Giulio Jacucci.
    Exploring Gaze-adaptive Features for Interacting with Multi-Document Visualizations
  2. [FP] Jiajing Zhang, Kang Zhang, Peng Ren and Jinhui Yu.
    Computer-Aided Generation of Mandala Thangka Patterns
  3. [FP] Michael Burch.
    Eye Movement Plots
  4. [SP] Michael Burch, Denise Junger, Uwe Kloos, Isabel Hagen, Robin Horst, Lukas Brand, Armin Müller and Benjamin Weinert.
    artVIS: An Interactive Visualization for Painting Collections

Session 5: Empirical Studies for Visualization

Chair: Michael Burch, University of Stuttgart, Germany
  1. [FP] Robert P. Biuk-Aghai, Patrick Cheong-Iao Pang and Bin Pang.
    Map-like Visualisations vs. Treemaps - An Experimental Comparison
  2. [FP] Dominique Tranquille, Gem Stapleton, Jim Burton and Peter Rodgers.
    Evaluating the Effects of Size in LineSets
  3. [FP] Mandy Keck, Dietrich Kammer, Thomas Gründer, Thomas Thom, Martin Kleinsteuber, Alexander Maasch and Rainer Groh.
    Towards Glyph-based Visualizations for Big Data Clustering
  4. [SP] Yuri Sato, Gem Stapleton, Mateja Jamnik, Zohreh Shams and Andrew Blake.
    How Network-based and Set-based Visualizations Aid Consistency Checking in Ontologies

Session 6: Panel

Chair: Kang Zhang, University of Texas at Dallas, USA
  • Michael Burch, University of Stuttgart
  • Jonathan Chan, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi
  • Michael Cohen, University of Aizu
  • Irwin King, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Borworn Papasratorn, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi
  • Du Zhang, Macau University of Science and Technology
  • Kang Zhang, The University of Texas at Dallas
Title: HCI and AI
Abstract: Artificial Intelligence (AI) has recently made significant progress and is being integrated into many software and hardware products. Meanwhile, rapid advances of mobile and virtual reality technologies demand highly sophisticated and multi-modal forms of human-computer interaction (HCI) support. This panel focuses on the intersection of HCI and AI, specifically: how could AI potentially enable effective and natural man-machine interaction? On the other hand, would interactive design and transparency help our understanding of AI and thus further accelerate AI research?


We offer following two optional tours which participants may choose to join at their own expense:


08:00 Start from KX

First stop: KMUTT Bangmod (look around, main library, learning space)

Second stop: KMUTT Bangkhuntien (a quick look around)

Lunch: Central Rama II or a restaurant nearby (the price does not include lunch)

Early afternoon: Return to KX

Price: 750 Baht per person

Bangkok Tour

08:00 Start from KX

Morning: Grand Palace

Lunch: Yodpiman River Walk (the price does not include lunch)

Afternoon: The Jim Thompson House

More information.

Price: 1,500 Baht per person


Symposium Banquet
Sortrel Restaurant

KX (Knowledge Exchange) Building
King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi,
110/1 Krung Thonburi Road, Banglamphulang,
Khlongsan, Bangkok 10600 Thailand

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