1st IEEE Symposium on
Biological Data Visualization

23-24 October 2011 / Providence, RI @ IEEE VisWeek

Paper Deadline
30 Apr 2011, 5 pm PDT

Abstract Deadline
8 Jul 2011, 5 pm PDT

Contest Deadline
7 Sep 2011, 11:59 pm

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BioVis 2011 Papers and Abstracts

<a href="papers_abstracts/papers/104.html">GenAMap: Visualization Strategies for Structured Association Mapping</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/106.html">A Visual Analysis System for Metabolomics Data</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/111.html">The Galaxy Track Browser: Transforming the Genome Browser from Visualization Tool to Analysis Tool</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/113.html">TIALA - Time Series Alignment Analysis</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/118.html">MDMap : A System for Data-driven Layout and Exploration of Molecular Dynamics Simulations</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/124.html">Evaluating the VIPER pedigree visualisation: detecting inheritance inconsistencies in genotyped pedigrees.</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/129.html">Fiber Stippling: An Illustrative Rendering for Probabilistic Diffusion Tractography</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/130.html">Parallel Contour-Buildup Algorithm for the Molecular Surface</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/133.html">Visualization of Anisotropic Contact Potentials within Protein Structures</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/134.html">Visual Exploration of Microbial Populations</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/136.html">Quick2Insight: A User-Friendly Framework for Interactive Rendering of Biological Image Volumes</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/140.html">Visual Analysis of Next-Generation Sequencing Data to Detect Overlapping Genes in Bacterial Genomes</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/144.html">Visualizing Virus Population Variability From Next Generation Sequencing Data</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/148.html">Metrics for Comparing Explicit Representations of Interconnected Biological Networks</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/149.html">RuleBender: Integrated Visualization for Biochemical Rule-Based Modeling</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/150.html">iHAT: interactive Hierarchical Aggregation Table</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/151.html">Semantically Steered Visual Analysis of Highly Detailed Morphometric Shape Spaces</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/158.html">Modeling and Visualization of Receptor Clustering on the Cellular Membrane</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/160.html">HiTSEE: A Visualization Tool for Hit Selection and Analysis in High-Throughput Screening Experiments</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/papers/168.html">EVEVis: A Multi-Scale Visualization System for Dense Evolutionary Data</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/102.html">NGS Explorer: An Application for Visually Contextualizing and Interrogating Multivariate Omics Data</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/103.html">Cell Illustrator/JS: Social Systems Biology</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/104.html">Navigation and Exploration System for Stem Cell Image Data</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/107.html">Seqeyes: A multi-scale interactive visualization tool for structural variations</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/109.html">Analysis-Ready Meshes of Neuronal Forests</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/110.html">DCE-MRI-oriented Volume Rendering for Monitoring of Crohn's Disease</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/113.html">FoldSynth: A physics-based interactive visualisation platform for proteins and other molecular strands</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/115.html">Toward Systems-Level Visualizations of Molecular Networks on Large-Scale, High-Resolution Displays</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/116.html">3D Reconstruction and Visualization of the Developing Drosophila Wing Imaginal Disc at Cellular Resolution</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/117.html">Interactive visualization of multiscale biomedical data: an integrated approach</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/119.html">Reconstructing Neural Structures from Sparse User Scribbles</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/120.html">Visualizing Global Correlation in Large-Scale Molecular Biological Data</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/121.html">VESPA: Visual Exploration and Statistics to Promote Annotation for Prokaryotic Genomes</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/122.html">Visualizing Genetic Transmission Patterns in Plant Pedigrees</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/123.html">CluMa-GO: Bring Gene Ontologies and Hierarchical Clusterings Together</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/124.html">Animating Cell Biology for Research and Teaching</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/125.html">3D Reconstruction and Analysis of Bat Flight Maneuvers from Sparse Multiple View Video</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/126.html">Visualization of experimental design & workflows in biological experiments</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/131.html">Spatially Continuous Change of Abstraction in Molecular Visualization</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/132.html">Fast Tracing of Microtubule Centerlines in Electron Tomograms</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/133.html">Light Microscopy-Based Reconstruction and Interactive Structural Analysis of Cortical Neural Networks</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/134.html">KnomePathways: A Tool to View and Query Gene Interaction Networks in Individual Human Genomes</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/135.html">G-nome Surfer: a Tabletop Interface for Collaborative Exploration of Genomic Visualization</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/136.html">FvNano: A Virtual Laboratory to Manipulate Molecular Systems</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/137.html">Lessons Learned from Tool Development for Animal Movement Analysis</a> <a href="papers_abstracts/abstracts/140.html">InBox: In-situ Multiple-Selection and Multiple-View Exploration of Diffusion tensor MRI Visualization</a>


The rapidly expanding application of experimental high-throughput and high-resolution methods in biology is creating enormous challenges for the visualization of biological data. To address these challenges, researchers in the visualization and bioinformatics communities need to engage in the design, implementation, application, and evaluation of novel visualization techniques and tools that provide insight into large and highly complex data sets.

BioVis 2011 - the 1st IEEE Symposium on Biological Data Visualization - aims at bringing together researchers from the visualization, bioinformatics, and biology communities to establish an interdisciplinary dialogue and to promote the sharing of expertise, between both meeting participants and the communities at large. The meeting is intended to educate, inspire, and engage visualization researchers in problems in biological data visualization, as well as bioinformatics and biology researchers in state-of-the-art visualization research.

The symposium will serve as a platform for researchers from these fields to increase the impact of data visualization approaches in biology. The breadth and diversity of biological research topic areas will enable researchers from all parts of the visualization and bioinformatics communities to contribute to this effort and the symposium will provide an excellent opportunity to initiate interdisciplinary collaborations.

BioVis 2011 will be taking place on 23-24 October 2011 in Providence, RI and will be co-located with IEEE VisWeek 2011. IEEE VisWeek is the premier forum for visualization advances for academia, government, and industry, bringing together researchers and practitioners with a shared interest in tools, techniques, technology, and theory.

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