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.
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.
GT VIS family and friends get together for the annual VISGiving celebration!
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.
Many of us presented at ACM CHI Conference 2022 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
A refreshing lunch in the Tech Square courtyard during the Fall'21 semester.
Remote lab meetings due to Covid-19.
The Visualization Lab in the Technology Square Research Building.
The Technology Square Research Building in Midtown Atlanta.
The Technology Square area in Midtown Atlanta.
The iconic Tech Trolley.
Annual meet-up of the Visualization Lab current students and alumni at IEEE VIS Conference 2019 in Vancouver, CA.
Annual meet-up of the Visualization Lab current students and alumni at IEEE VIS Conference 2018 in Berlin, DE.
Annual meet-up of the Visualization Lab current students and alumni at IEEE VIS Conference 2017 in Phoenix, AZ.
April 28, 2023: The GT Vis Lab presented our latest work at ACM CHI 2023.
Greetings from Hamburg! The GT Visualization Lab contributed three papers and one late-breaking work to ACM CHI this year. The paper topics range from XAI and data preparation, to causal inference and multi-media content engagement.
April 19, 2023: Arpit Narechania received the national CIRTL associate and Tech to Teaching certificates by CIRTL and CTL.
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) facilitates a robust teaching certificate program to prepare graduate students and postdocs for academic faculty positions. These "future faculty" engage in a combination of courses, workshops, and online resources in evidence-based teaching followed by a mentored teaching capstone.
March 03, 2023: Jay Wang was named as an Apple Scholar, among only 22 awardees of the 2023 Apple Scholars in AI/ML PhD Fellowship worldwide!
The Apple Scholars in AI/ML PhD Fellowship aims to support and amplify emerging leaders in their field and their cutting-edge machine learning research.