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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 four groups that lead visualization research in Information Visualization, Human-Computer Interaction, Visual Analytics, and Geographic Information Systems.

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Recent news from the lab!


VIS 21 Participation

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The GT Visualization Lab contributes to the VIS conference this year in a number of ways. This includes 5 new papers, 2 short papers, 3 posters, 2 keynote presentations, and 1 panel discussion participation.

COVID-19 research awarded CDC contract

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The Center for Disease Control has awarded a $300,000 contract to Georgia Tech to help study human behavior and interaction with the COVID-19 Risk Assessment Tool, a mapping tool that allows users to assess the risk associated with attending events of different sizes. The team will be working with psychology resarchers at Duke University to measure how access to information changes behavioral response to attending events in the midst of COVID-19.

Recent Grads

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Congratulations to our recent PhD graduates Arjun Srinivasan, John Thompson, and Po-Ming (Terrance) Law. They are moving on to Tableau, Microsoft Research, and Epsilon, respectively.