Welcome to VIDA
The Visualization and Data Analytics Research Center at NYU consists of computer scientists who work closely with domain experts to apply the latest advances in computing to problems of critical societal importance, and simultaneously generate hypotheses and methods that new data sources and data types demand.
We work in the areas of Visualization, Imaging and Data Analysis.
NEWS & EVENTS
09/2019 Congratulations to Heejong Kim for getting her papers accepted as oral presentation for the MICCAI 2019 workshop program: A framework to construct a longitudinal DW-MRI infant atlas based on mixed e ffects modeling of dODF coefficients, Heejong Kim, Martin Styner Joseph Piven, and Guido Gerig
09/2019 Congratulations James Fishbaugh for getting his papers accepted as oral presentation for the MICCAI 2019 workshop program: Spatiotemporal Modeling for Image Time Series with Appearance Change: Application to Early Brain Development, James Fishbaugh, Martin Styner, Karen Grewen, John Gilmore, and Guido Gerig
09/2019 Congratulations to Francis on his NeurIPS 2019 paper: Gradient Dynamics of Shallow Univariate ReLU Networks.
08/2019 Professor Freire`s research on Artificial Inteligence was featured on Science Magazine
07/2019 Claudio Silva and Bowen Yu selected to recieve Best Paper Award for VAST 2019 with “FlowSense: A Natural Language Interface for Visual Data Exploration with a Dataflow System”.
07/2019 With NYU Tandon’s help, the American Museum of Natural History relaunches Apollo 11
04/2019 Neel Dey receives Deborah Rosenthal Award for his outstanding PhD Qualification Exam performance
04/2019 Cristian Felix receives prestigious Pearl Brownstein Doctoral Research Award
04/2019 Juliana Freire delivers Keynote Talk at the IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering
03/2019 Prof. Chunara giving a talk at the Connective Media Brown Bag Lunch, Cornell Tech
03/2019 CHI 2019 honorable mention goes to Jorge H Piazentin Ono, Arvi Gjoka, Justin Salamon, Carlos Dietrich, Claudio Silva
02/2019 Rumi Chunara receives prestigious NSF CAREER Award
01/2019 Kien Pham and Aecio Santos paper “Bootstrapping Domain-Specific Content Discovery on the Web” accepted to WWW2019