3rd Visualisation in Science Conference 2020

30th March 2020

Kelvin Conference Suite

Visualisation is a rapidly evolving area within science. It encompasses a range of techniques that allow us to represent scientific data in a visually meaningful way. It can include 2D images, 3D digital reconstruction, animations and different realities (e.g. virtual, augmented and extended reality) to better represent scientific datasets.

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This conference is open to all members of staff and students in the College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences who are interested in visualisation techniques in science. The purpose of this is to start an open dialogue and showcase the digital work we are involved in across MVLS. We are looking for those involved in Visualisation in Science to consider submitting for an oral presentation (time to be confirmed) or lightning talk (5 mins). The call for abstracts is open now until 13th March 2020 and please see below for submission of an abstract.

The following is a guide as to what could be submitted, though is certainly not exhaustive, but could involve the applications of technology in education, simulation and training:

  • 3D and 4D modelling and animations
  • Volumetric and 3D surface visualisation
  • Use of digital technology in medicine and science
  • Serious games
  • Simulation in education and training
  • IT innovations applied to science
  • e-learning
  • Curriculum design and innovation using digital technologies
  • Pedagogical techniques to enhance the use of digital technology in education
  • Applications of virtual, augmented, mixed and extended realities
  • Big data and modelling of datasets
  • Clinical imaging

Download Abstract Submission Form
Closing date for submissions: 13th March 2020