SPECIAL SESSION 11
ADVANCE SCIENTIFIC VISUALISATION FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING (SS11)
SS11 promotes and put forward the latest advances in scientific visualization techniques and their usage when exploring and analyzing engineering data and their respective solutions—being critical to establish a more direct and efficient way of communication between engineers, scientists and general public, especially valuable when seeking new innovative solutions and presenting their expected benefits. The undergoing rapid technological changes are asking for new ways to explore “big data” underpinning the knowledge discovery, interpretation and understanding the results coming from complex computations and experiments, being part of the common engineering practice. Thus, these large data sets represent an extremely important information source enabling trustable multidisciplinary design optimization and prototyping, as being tightly validated by the computational and experimental sides. Such well-known approach is motivating to seek new innovations and improvements in the modern engineering practice, by bringing together in SS11, academia, science, industry, and beyond.


TOPICS

  • Advanced Scientific Visualization
  • Information Visualization and Visual Analytics
  • Big Data Visualization, Exploration and Analysis
  • Computational Models and Human-Computer Interaction
  • Image Analysis and Pattern Recognition
  • Multidisciplinary Simulation and Modeling
  • Engineering Design Optimization
  • Computer Vision and Robotics
  • Astronomy and Geology
  • Biomedical Imaging
  • Sensor Networks and Cybersecurity
  • Nano Technology Visualization

 

PUBLICATION:

BOOK:
Selected contributions will be chosen for a Monograph on
'VISUAL COMPUTING - ADVANCING ENGINEERING PRACTICE' by Springer in Germany.


Organiser(s):

Prof. Dean Vučinić
Vesalius College (VeCo),
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)
Belgium
dean.vucinic@vub.be

Prof. Sheeja Janardhanan
SCMS School of Engineering and Technology,
India
sheejajanardhanan@scmsgroup.org

 

INVITED SPEAKER(S):
Coming soon!