The 6th International Conference “Multimedia, Scientific Information and Visualization for Information Systems and Metrics” is a scientific meeting for discussing the latest advances in the emerging areas of computer sciences, information systems, multimedia online and off-line, visualization and information scientific, software quality and metrics, for instance.
MSIVISM 2019: 6th International Conference on Multimedia, Scientific Information and Visualization for Information Systems and Metrics
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Canarian Islands), Spain
January 29 – 31, 2019
Many conferences are focussed on specific aspects of HCI, hypermedia, computer science, etc. and bring together leading experts in a particular field or sometimes on a specific technology. At such large conferences students are often marginalized or relegated to poster sessions. The workshops, symposia, etc., are not a big scale and aim to promote dialogue between established professors and graduate students working on new directions. Hence topics from the whole range of HCI, multimedia, software, etc. are welcomed.
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Monday, July 25, 2016: 1:30 - 3:00 p.m., ACM SIGGRAPH Theater of the SIGGRAPH International Center
1. What do you do, and how long have you been doing it?
I have been a computer graphics professor at a German university since 1993.
2. What was your first job?
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One of the longest running Information Visualisation conferences.
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