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New dIEM oSiRiS Lecture Series on "Graph Visualization" in WS 2010/2011

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Titel: New dIEM oSiRiS Lecture Series on "Graph Visualization" in WS
2010/2011


Graphs have become commonplace in main stream culture and are no longer understood by engineers and scientists only. For instance, social networks, 50 years ago just known to a few sociologists, are nowadays an integral part of most peoples’ online lives. With the rising awareness of graphs, their spread to numerous other fields, and their ever growing size, the need for computational aids in comprehending them and reasoning with them arose. One of the most common techniques to do so is the use of information visualization for an interactive, graphical depiction of graphs.

This special lecture is targeted towards graduate students from all fields, who are interested in a fast-track introduction to graph visualization from the basics all the way to the bleeding edge of current research in this field. Knowledge of some graph theory, graph algorithms, or information visualization is desirable but not required. The course will be held in English. It is part of the lecturing program of the DFG research training group dIEM oSiRiS and open to interested
students from all faculties.

Time: WS 2010, every Monday, 1.15 PM – 2.45 PM
Room: AER 023 (the old computer science library), Albert-Einstein-Str.21 ("Rechenzentrum")

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Hans-Jörg Schulz
Department of Computer Graphics, Institute for Computer Science
email: hjschulz@informatik.uni-rostock.de
web: http://www.informatik.uni-rostock.de/~hs162/


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