PhD Student wins best short paper at EuroVis 2014


Natalie Kerracher, won best short paper award at Eurovis 2014 for her paper:
Kerracher, N., Kennedy, J., Chalmers, K. (2014). The Design Space of Temporal Graph Visualisation. In: Elmqvist, N., Hlawitschka, M., Kennedy, J. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 18th Eurographics Conference on Visualization (EuroVis '14), Short Papers Track. Swansea: Eurographics Assocation.

The members of the award committee unanimously agreed her paper was the best based on quality, reviewers comments and presentation.
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Associated people

Kevin Chalmers
Senior Lecturer
+44 131 455 2484
Natalie Kerracher
Research Student
+44 131 455 2798
Jessie Kennedy
Dean of Research and Innovation
+44 131 455 2772
Information Visualisation
Information visualisation is the use of enhanced Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) to communicate and interact with complex data sets such as social networks, multiattribute tables, and financial data. Pages of text and numbers are not the most effective way to communicate or understand information.