Apr 6-7Boston, MA
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About

OpenVis Conf is a two-day, single track conference about the practice of visualizing data on the web. Speakers will discuss best practices for data processing, storytelling, visual design, code structure and implementation using the latest and greatest technology and tools on the Open Web.

The third OpenVis Conf will take place on April 6th & 7th of 2015. You can see last year's talks here. Follow us on twitter for announcements at @OpenVisConf or subscribe to our mailing list below.

OpenVis Conf is brought to you by Bocoup, our gracious sponsors, and attendees like you.

Keynote Speakers

Jeffrey Heer is an Associate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington, where he directs the Interactive Data Lab and conducts...

Jeffrey Heer is an Associate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington, where he directs the Interactive Data Lab and conducts research on data visualization, human-computer interaction and social computing. The visualization tools developed by his lab (D3.js, Vega, Protovis, Prefuse) are used by researchers, companies and thousands of data enthusiasts around the world. His group's research papers have received awards at the premier venues in Human-Computer Interaction and Information Visualization (ACM CHI, ACM UIST, IEEE InfoVis, IEEE VAST, EuroVis). Other awards include MIT Technology Review's TR35 (2009), a Sloan Foundation Research Fellowship (2012), and a Moore Foundation Data-Driven Discovery Investigator award (2014). Jeff holds BS, MS and PhD degrees in Computer Science from UC Berkeley (whom he then betrayed to go teach at Stanford from 2009 to 2013). Jeff is also a co-founder of Trifacta, a provider of interactive tools for scalable data transformation.

Santiago Ortiz is a data scientist and information visualization researcher specialized in exploratory information visualization, knowledge maps and visual data...

Santiago Ortiz is a data scientist and information visualization researcher specialized in exploratory information visualization, knowledge maps and visual data science.

He uses his background in mathematics and complexity sciences to push the boundaries of information visualization, data analysis and data-based communication. In 2005 he co-founded Bestiario (Barcelona), the first company in Europe devoted to interactive information visualization. He currently leads Moebio Labs, a small team of data scientists and designers that helps organizations extracting value from data.

Tickets

APR 6-7 2015
BOSTON, MA
Presented by Bocoup

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Venue

Calderwood Pavilion

At the Boston Center for the Arts

527 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116

Sponsors

Sponsoring OpenVis Conf is a great way to enrich your company's connection to the data visualization community. In addition to traditional opportunities, our sponsorships are oriented largely around bringing groups to attend and participate in OpenVis Conf. Whether you're looking to send (or grow!) your team, promote your product, or just help us throw a great conference, we'd love to have you on board. Get in touch with us for our full sponsorship prospectus to get started!

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Code of Conduct

Bocoup believes that everyone deserves a thoroughly pleasant conference experience, regardless of who they are. We adhere to the Bocoup Code of Conduct and expect that all of our speakers, attendees, and volunteers will do the same.