[Ncep.hmon] Fwd: [Update] Accurate Visualization for Knowledge Discovery in Big-Data Science

Keqin Wu - NOAA Affiliate keqin.wu at noaa.gov
Sat Jun 3 20:30:12 UTC 2017

Dear colleagues,

You are welcome to attend this "big data" seminar the coming Tuesday (Jun
06) at 12:00pm – 1:00pm!


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From: <michiko.masutani at noaa.gov>
Date: Fri, Apr 28, 2017 at 9:34 PM
Subject: [Update] Accurate Visualization for Knowledge Discovery in
Big-Data Science
To: zoltan.toth at noaa.gov, michael.ek at noaa.gov, andrew.collard at noaa.gov,
arun.chawla at noaa.gov, mark.iredell at noaa.gov, daryl.kleist at noaa.gov,
henry.juang at noaa.gov, fanglin.yang at noaa.gov, "Kate.Rose at noaa.gov" <
kate.rose at noaa.gov>, mary.hart at noaa.gov, jichen at umbc.edu,
vijay.tallapragada at noaa.gov, john.derber at noaa.gov, julie.etter at noaa.gov,
rahul.mahajan at noaa.gov, michiko.masutani at noaa.gov, keqin.wu at noaa.gov

The seminar was reschedule on June 6th.
Accurate Visualization for Knowledge Discovery in Big-Data Science
OneNOAA Science Seminar Series

Speaker: Jian Chen, University of Maryland Baltimore County
POC: Keqin Wu - NOAA Affiliate

Sponsor EMC seminar.
Please invite more people using OneNOAA Science Seminar calendar or provide
E-mail address to me (Michiko.masutani at noaa.gov) . The event will appear in
their google calendar.

Seminar notice will be sent to all EMC, other NCWCP occupants, NASA/GMAO,
NESDIS/STAR, UMD/ESSIC, NASA/Mesoscale modeling, and other requested
people. The seminar will be posted break rooms in NCWCP, the seminar web
site http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/seminars/index.html
and EMC facebook page http://bit.ly/EMC_facebook

Meeting number: 900 826 795
Host key: 796253
Meeting password: a3YhdEPN

1-877-953-0315 <(877)%20953-0315>
1-517-268-7866 <(517)%20268-7866> (toll number)
Leader: 9702437#
Participant: 1262920#

Can't join the meeting? Contact support here:

Imagine big computer displays become a space to augment human thinking.
Essential human activities such as seeing, gesturing, and exploring can
couple with powerful computational solutions using natural interfaces and
accurate visualizations. In this talk, I will present research effort to
quantify visualization techniques of all kinds. Our ongoing work includes
research in: (1) perceptually accurate visualization – constructing a
visualization language to study how to depict spatially complex fields in
quantum-physics simulations and brain-imaging datasets; (2) using space to
compensate for limited human memory – developing new computing and
interactive capabilities for bat-flight motion analysis in a new
metaphorical interface; and (3) extending exploratory metaphors to
biological pathways to make possible integrated analysis of multifaceted
datasets. During the talk, I will point to a number of other projects being
carried out by my team. I will close with some thoughts on automating the
evaluation of visualizations and venture that a science of visualization
and metaphors now has the potential to be developed in full, and that its
success will be crucial in understanding data-to-knowledge techniques in
big data areas.

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(Jian Chen, University Maryland Baltimore County)

Tue Jun 6, 2017 12pm – 1pm Eastern Time

NOAA Center for Weather and Climate Prediction, Rm 2155 (map

michiko.masutani at noaa.gov - creator
mary.hart at noaa.govmark.iredell at noaa.govfanglin.yang at noaa.govkeqin.wu at noaa.govrahul.mahajan at noaa.govjohn.derber at noaa.gov
Jian Chen
andrew.collard at noaa.govhenry.juang at noaa.govarun.chawla at noaa.govmichael.ek at noaa.govdaryl.kleist at noaa.govjulie.etter at noaa.govvijay.tallapragada at noaa.govzoltan.toth at noaa.govKate.Rose at noaa.govarlindo.dasilva at nasa.govratko.vasic at noaa.govgeoff.dimego at noaa.govwesley.ebisuzaki at noaa.govdusan.zrnic at noaa.gov


+ Keqin Wu, Ph.D.
+ National Centers for Environmental Prediction
+ 5830 University Research Court
+ College Park, MD 20740
+ Tel: (301)683-3670
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