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27 June, 2013

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Visualization for the Masses

Dr. Georges Grinstein Presenting


The June Monthly Meeting was a great success! Kronos and Dr. Georges Grinstein welcomed a great turnout in Chelmsford on June 27th. Below is a link to the Dr. Grinstein’s presentation on Visualization for the Masses:


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In today’s world of multidimensional data, application mashups and analytics, human factors practitioners are challenged with making the complex simple and actionable.  Based on his extensive research and application of data visualization, Dr. Grinstein will focus on visualization and cognition, and how it relates to large data sets.

Speaker bio:

Georges Grinstein is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, head of its Bioinformatics Program and Director of its Institute for Visualization and Perception Research.  He received his Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of Rochester in 1978.

His work is broad and interdisciplinary, covering the perceptual and cognitive foundations of visualization, very high-dimensional data visualization, visualization theory, and applications of visualization. In all the emphasis is on the modeling, visualization, and analysis of complex information systems.