Keith Andrews

Introduction to Information Visualisation

Wednesday, October 17th

14:50 - 16:30

Key Learnings

  • Understanding the two main purposes behind (uses of) information visualisation.
  • Undertsanding possible applications of information visualisation techniques in one's own projects.

Techniques from information visualisation allow analysts to gain insights into large and unfamiliar datasets. They also allow these insights to then be presented to a wider audience. This workshop will give a tour of information visualisation techniques and how they can used for real applications.

You can join our Masterclasses without prior registration, but the number of participants is limited.


Wednesday, October 17th

14:50 - 16:30


Keith Andrews

Professor of Computer Science - Graz University of Technology

Keith Andrews is a tenured associate professor at the Institute of Interactive Systems and Data Science (ISDS) at Graz University of Technology, in Austria. Having done work in the fields of computer graphics, 3d worlds, hypermedia, and the web, he is currently pursuing research in the fields of information visualisation and usability. Keith helped organise the very first IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization in 1995, was program co-chair in 2001 and 2002, and general chair in 2005. He also co-chairs the UX Graz meetups and UX Day Graz conference series.