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CrossWorlds at the CNS2016

Poster presentation René Richter

René Richter at the poster session

From the 2nd to the 7th July, René Richter joined other researchers at the 25th Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting (CNS2016) on Jeju Island in South Korea. This conference by the Organisation for Computational Neurosciences (OCNS) hosted 200 participants and provided a platform to present their research and additionally profit from tutorials and workshops in this particular field of research.

The poster session stretched over three days and on the third day René Richter presented his poster on how to simulate emotional attention within the biological background of the human brain. He had several interesting talks with other researchers who gave new perspectives and even offered potential collaborations for the future.

 

Thank you for sketching with us, Sheelagh Carpendale!

Prof. Carpendale's workshop

Prof. Carpendale’s workshop

At the beginning of last week, Prof. Sheelagh Carpendale visited our group for two exciting and productive days. We enjoyed one of her famous “Sketching Visualizations” sessions, where even colleagues from Dresden joined, and intensive discussions about ongoing and future research projects of both sides, also stimulated by her talk about “Interacting Information through Visualization”. Fortunately, there was even time to visit the Christmas Market and chat through the evening with a warm drink.

 

Invited talk by Sheelagh Carpendale on December 1st

Sheelagh Carpendale

CrossWorlds is honored to announce the visit of Prof. Dr. Sheelagh Carpendale, professor at the University of Calgary in Canada. She will be in Chemnitz from November 30th till December 1st and introduce us to her research “Interacting Information through Visualization” at December 1st, 11.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m. in the N113 (Neues Hösrsaalgebäude on the Reichenhainer Straße). There she will share her expertise in the areas of Information Visualization and Interaction Design with us.

CrossWorlds invites all interested students and university staff to attend the talk.

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