The 13th International Symposium on Visual Information Communication and Interaction (VINCI 2020)

Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 8-10 Dec. 2020
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Program Details (final)

08 December
09:00 Registration Opens
09:15 - 09:30 Opening of VINCI
09:30 - 10:30 Keynote Talk by Fabian Beck
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:15 Session 1: Hierarchy Visualization
12:15 - 14:00 Lunch Break
14:00 - 15:15 Session 2: Machine Learning
15:15 - 15:45 Coffee Break (Virtual Poster Session)
15:45 - 17:00 Session 3: Relations and Graph Visualization
17:00 - 17:15 Short Break
17:15 - 18:00 Poster Talks
18:00 - 21:00 After Conference Discussions
09 December
09:30 - 10:30 Keynote Talk by Regina Bernhaupt
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:15 Session 4: Movement and Eye Movement
12:15 - 14:00 Lunch Break
Workshop on Visual Influence and Influential Visualizations (VIIV)
14:00 - 14:05 Opening workshop
14:05 - 14:55 Workshop session
14:55 - 15:15 Final discussions
15:15 - 15:45 Coffee Break
15:45 - 17:00 Session 5: Interaction Techniques
19:00 - 23:00 After Conference Discussions
10 December
09:15 - 10:30 Session 6: Tools and Applications I
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:15 Session 7: Tools and Applications II
12:15 - 12:30 Closing, Best Paper/Poster Awards and VINCI 2021
12:30 - 14:00 After Conference Discussions

Timezone: CET (Central European Time)


[FP] = Full Paper (20+5 mins.)
[SP] = Short Paper (10+2.5 mins.)
[Poster] = Poster Talks (8+3 mins.)
[WP] = Workshop Papers (10+2.5 mins.)
[KN] = Keynote Talk (45+15 mins.)

Session 1: Hierarchy Visualization

Session Chair: Michel Westenberg
  1. [FP5] Survey of Treemap Layout Algorithms
    Willy Scheibel, Daniel Limberger and Jürgen Döllner.
  2. [FP19] Survey on User Studies on the Effectiveness of Treemaps
    Carolin Fiedler, Willy Scheibel, Daniel Limberger, Matthias Trapp and Jürgen Döllner.
  3. [FP1] Multiple Linked Perspectives on Hierarchical Data
    Michael Burch, Huub van de Wetering and Nico Klaassen.

Session 2: Machine Learning

Session Chair: Huub van de Wetering
  1. [SP33] Machine Learning Interpretability through Contribution-Value Plots
    Dennis Collaris and Jarke J. van Wijk.
  2. [FP25] Cluster-Clean-Label: An interactive Machine Learning approach for labeling high-dimensional data
    David Beil and Andreas Theissler.
  3. [FP23] The Machine Learning Model as a Guide: Pointing Users to Interesting Instances for Labeling through Visual Cues
    Benedikt Grimmeisen and Andreas Theissler.

Session 3: Relations and Graph Visualization

Session Chair: Willy Scheibel
  1. [FP18] Visualizing Dynamic Graphs with Heat Triangles
    Flora Hu, Michael Burch and Huub van de Wetering.
  2. [FP31] A Visualization of Family Relations Inspired by the London Metro Map
    Jan Korst, Verus Pronk and Jack van Wijk.
  3. [FP12] eDBLP: Visualizing Scientific Publications
    Michael Burch, Abdullah Saeed, Alina Vorobiova, Armin Memar Zahedani, Linus Hafkemeyer and Marco Palazzo.

Session 4: Movement and Eye Movement

Session Chair: Michael Burch
  1. [FP17] Visualization of Nonlinear Programming for Robot Motion Planning
    David Hägele, Moataz Abdelaal, Ozgur Oguz, Marc Toussaint and Daniel Weiskopf.
  2. [FP2] Comparative Visual Gaze Analysis for Virtual Board Games
    Tanja Munz, Noel Schäfer, Tanja Blascheck, Kuno Kurzhals, Eugene Zhang and Daniel Weiskopf.
  3. [FP24] Context-Aware Placement of Items with Gaze-Based Interaction
    Shigeo Takahashi, Akane Uchita, Kazuho Watanabe and Masatoshi Arikawa.

Session 5: Interaction Techniques

Session Chair: Daniel Limberger
  1. [FP26] PasVis: Enhancing Public Transport Maps with Interactive Passenger Data Visualizations
    Michael Burch, Sina Frommer, Janis Uttenweiler, Peter Grupp, Steffen Haehnle, Josia Scheytt and Uwe Kloos.
  2. [FP6] Exploring Vibrotactile Cues for Interactive Guidance in Data Visualization
    Wenkai Han and Hans-Jörg Schulz.
  3. [SP32] XplainableClusterExplorer: A novel approach for Interactive Feature Selection for Clustering
    Eric Fezer, Dominik Raab and Andreas Theissler.

Session 6: Tools and Applications I

Session Chair: Ken Wakita
  1. [FP8] Voronoier: From Images to Voronoi Diagrams
    Michael Burch, John van Lith, Nick van de Waterlaat and Jurrien van Winden.
  2. [SP20] Tools for Developing Color Ramps for Representing Quantitative Data
    Kazuo Misue.
  3. [SP14] Comparing Dimensionality Reductions for Eye Movement Data
    Michael Burch, Tos Kuipers, Chen Qian and Fangqin Zhou.
  4. [SP39] Revisiting Common Pitfalls in Graphical Representations Utilizing a Case-based Learning Approach
    The Vinh Nguyen, Kwanghee Jung and Tommy Dang.
  5. [SP11] Inner-Process Visualization of Hidden States in Recurrent Neural Networks
    Rafael Garcia and Daniel Weiskopf.

Session 7: Tools and Applications II

Session Chair: Daniel Limberger
  1. [FP10] 2.5D Dust & Magnet Visualization for Large Multivariate Data
    Jan Ole Vollmer and Jürgen Döllner.
  2. [SP37] Visual analysis of video recorded dinghy sailing sessions
    Gijs Reichert, Marcos Pieras, Ricardo Marroquim and Anna Vilanova.
  3. [SP9] VizWick: A Multiperspective View of Hierarchical Data
    Michael Burch, Adrian Vramulet, Alex Thieme, Alina Vorobiova, Denis Shehu, Mara Miulescu, Mehrdad Farsadyar and Tar van Krieken.
  4. [SP36] A Scalable “Exploranation” Technique for Hierarchically Indexed Table Data
    Natsuki Hosokawa, Kohei Arimoto and Ken Wakita.
  5. [SP30] Guiding Graph Exploration by Combining Layouts and Reorderings
    Michael Burch, Kiet Bennema Ten Brinke, Adrien Castella, Ghassen Karray, Sebastiaan Peters, Vasil Shteriyanov and Rinse Vlaswinkel.

Poster Talks

Session Chair: Michael Burch
  1. [Poster 34] A Fast Method for Detecting Minority Structures in a Graph
    Fangfang Zhou, Qi'An Chen, Yunlong Cui, Xinyuan Wang, Hongxu Ma, Ying Zhao and Xiaoli Li.
  2. [Poster 28] Leveraging Aesthetic Expression in Visualization to Communicate Positive Facts During COVID-19 Pandemic
    Wei Li, Mathias Funk and Aarnout Brombacher.
  3. [Poster 4] Depicting Uncertainty in 2.5D Treemaps
    Daniel Limberger, Matthias Trapp and Jürgen Döllner.
  4. [Poster 21] Visualization of Contributions to Open-Source Projects
    Andreas Schreiber.

Workshop on Visual Influence and Influential Visualizations (VIIV)

Workshop Chairs: Lisette van Beek and Piero Morseletto
  1. Seeing the visual in policy controversies: a systematic review and research framework
    Eduardo Rojas Padilla and Tamara Metze.
  2. [WP40] ScagnosticsViewer: Tracking time series patterns via Scagnostics measures
    Ngan Nguyen, Bao Nguyen and Tommy Dang.
  3. [WP41] Subsyst Simulator: An Interactive Infographic for Knowledge Transfer
    Alessandro Canossa, Alexis Emanuel Lozano Angulo and Luis Fernando Laris Pardo.
  4. [WP43] On becoming influential, the framing and reframing of a visualization in policy debate
    Hiddo Huitzing and Filip de Blois.
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Eindhoven University of Technology

Visualization group
Eindhoven University of Technology
Den Dolech 2, 5612 AZ, Eindhoven
The Netherlands

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