IEEE VIS Panels - Survey results 2017
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Which panel topic (new or previous) would you like to see offered at IEEE VIS 2017? For reference, here are the panels offered at IEEE VIS, 2000-2016: https://goo.gl/IEtKEtAre there any specific people you would like to see on this panel (as organizer/s, or panelist/s)?
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The Role of Evaluation in VIS -- lots of discussion recently around user studies. Could make for a good discussionJohn Stasko, Petra Isenberg, (others who have strong opinions on the topic)
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NSF PMs Discuss Common Pitfalls for VIS proposalsMaria Zemankova, Silvia Spengler, ...
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How do we go beyond publication and have an actual impact in the world?Ben Shneiderman (not available during VIS 2017, alternative candidates: Catherine Plaisant, Niklas Elmqvist), Jeff Heer, Mike Bostock, Hadley Wickham, Fernanda Viegas, Martin Wattenberg, Kim Rees, Stephen Few. Or maybe someone from a different community who had a real impact in the world?
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Do we often start from scratch? On reading previous workCarlos Scheidegger
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Validation in Visualization under Uncentainty
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The Impact of Future Hardware on Visualization, Challenges in Large Data Visualization: A Visualization Community Call to Action, Publishing your Visualization Research, Challenges for Remote Visualization
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Peer reviewPapers.chairs past and present
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Solved Problems in Visualization , For Young Visualization Researchers: Words of Wisdom, Work the Line: Balancing Personal and Professional Life as a Visualization ScientistNo
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Security visualization
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Infovis impact on behavior change; behavior nudging; collective awareness and unifying people
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Pathways for Theoretical Advances in VisualizationMin Chen, Georges Grinstein, Chris Johnson, Jessie Kennedy, Tamara Munzner, Melanie Tory and Daniel Keim.
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The gap between industry and academia in doing visualizationNicolas Belmonte from Uber
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Open Data and Visualization
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Research methods and communicating data to the public
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The future of data visualization
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Diversity
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Representation of Industry Leaders and Practitioners in Vis
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IEEE VIS 2000-2016Not sure
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Discussion of how to expand and grow the field of visualization.
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Opening the black box - why, when and how?Harald Piringer, VRVis
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EU funding (Horizon2020) and visualization
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The role of VIS for AI and visa versa: Do we need the human in the loop?
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Visualization of Biological Data
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Visual analytics - were do we go from here? (we thought about something like that for EuroVA, but didn't have space in the program)Brian Fisher, David Ebert, Daniel Keim, a machine learning person
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Visual Data Science -- what is it, what is the scope, how is this different to visual analytics (do we have to reinvent the wheel), how do we increase the impact of visualisation in the data science era?Speakers: Pat Hanrahan, Hans-Peter Pfister, Daniel Keim, John Stasko
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Death of the Design Study: have we outgrown design studies as a methodology for conducting applied work? what does the next generation of applied vis research look like? what have we learned from a decade of design studies papers, and how does it inform where applied research goes next?
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If you have any question please contact us under: panels@ieeevis.org

Cheers,
Alex, Ivan, and Michael (IEEE VIS 2017 Panels Chairs)
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