Welcome! We are the home for visualization research at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Our mission is to empower everyone to analyze and communicate data with interactive systems.
The team is made up of six groups that lead visualization research in Information Visualization, Visual Analytics, Geographic Information Systems, Visual Perception, Immersive Visualization, and Visual Data Science.
GT VIS family and friends get together for the annual VISGiving celebration!
II Group and family celebrating John's ACM Fellow Award in the Bay Area.
GT VIS family catching up at ACM CHI Conference 2023 in Hamburg, Germany.
Having fun conversations over lunch at the Collective Food Hall in the CODA building.
The annual IEEE VIS Open: Beginning of a new Mini Golf tradition at VIS 2022 in Oklahoma City, OK.
Annual meet-up of the Visualization Lab current students and alumni at IEEE VIS Conference 2022 in Oklahoma City, OK.
The Visualization Lab in the Technology Square Research Building.
The Technology Square Research Building in Midtown Atlanta.
The Technology Square area in Midtown Atlanta.
October 25, 2023: Professor John Stasko is the esteemed recipient of the IEEE VGTC Visualization Lifetime Achievement Award for his significant contributions to information visualization and visual analytics research.
Professor John Stasko received the 2023 Lifetime Achievement Award from the IEEE VGTC. This award recognizes John for his “seminal contributions to the value of interaction in information and visual analytics research and to the design and evaluation of software and information visualization”. Read more about this award and John's research at here .
October 25, 2023: GT Vis Lab participates in VIS this year. Check out all our contributions here .
The GT Visualization Lab contributes to the VIS conference this year in a number of ways. This includes 9 papers, and 3 posters.
October 13, 2023: Thank you to everyone who participated in the Atlanta Vis Meet-up and shared their exciting projects.
A big thanks to Alex Endert and Emily Wall for hosting the Atlanta Vis Meet-up. It was exciting to have our colleagues from the Georgia Tech Visualization Group, the Cognition & Visualization Lab at Emory, Georgia State University, Google, Microsoft, and Augusta University share their fantastic projects.