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We are looking forward to honor the following individuals at IEEE VIS 2017
in Phoenix, Arizona.

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IEEE VGTC Career Award: Charles (Chuck) Hansen

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The 2017 Visualization Career Award goes to Charles (Chuck) Hansen in
recognition for his contributions to large scale data visualization,
including advances in parallel and volume rendering, novel interaction
techniques, and techniques for exploiting hardware; for his leadership in
the community as an educator, program chair, and editor; and for providing
vision for the development and support of the field. The IEEE Visualization
& Graphics Technical Committee (VGTC) is pleased to award Charles Hansen
the 2017 Visualization Career Award.

For details, see
http://vgtc.org/sites/vgtc.org/attachments/awards/vis_career17.pdf

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IEEE VGTC Technical Achievement Award: Jeffrey Heer

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The 2017 Visualization Technical Achievement Award goes to Jeffrey Heer in
recognition of his work on the design, development, dissemination, and
popularization of languages for visualization. The IEEE Visualization &
Graphics Technical Committee (VGTC) is pleased to

award Jeffrey Heer the 2017 Visualization Technical Achievement Award.

For details, see
http://vgtc.org/sites/vgtc.org/attachments/awards/vis_tech17.pdf

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Test of Time Awards

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The IEEE VIS Test of Time Award is an accolade given to recognize articles
published at previous conferences whose contents are still vibrant and
useful today and have had a major impact and influence within and beyond
the visualization community.

For details, see:
http://ieeevis.org/year/2017/info/awards/test-of-time-awards

VAST 2007: 10 Year Test of Time Award

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Jigsaw: Supporting Investigative Analysis through Interactive Visualization

Authors: John Stasko, Carsten Görg, Zhicheng Liu, Kanyupriya Singhal

https://doi.org/10.1109/VAST.2007.4389006

InfoVis 1997: 20 Year Test of Time Award

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The Structure of the Information Visualization Design Space

Authors: Stuart K. Card, Jock D. Mackinlay

https://doi.org/10.1109/INFVIS.1997.636792

InfoVis 2007: 10 Year Test of Time Award

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ManyEyes: a Site for Visualization at Internet Scale

Authors: Fernanda B. Viegas, Martin Wattenberg, Frank van Ham, Jesse Kriss,
Matt McKeon

https://doi.org/10.1109/TVCG.2007.70577

SciVis 1992: 25 Year Test of Time Award

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Visualization of second order tensor fields and matrix data

Authors: Thierry Delmarcelle, Lambertus Hesselink

https://doi.org/10.1109/VISUAL.1992.235193

SciVis 2002: 15 Year Test of Time Award

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Efficient computation of the topology of level sets

Authors: Valerio Pascucci, Kree Cole-McLaughlin

https://doi.org/10.1109/VISUAL.2002.1183774

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IEEE VIS 2017 Best Paper Awards

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For details, see http://ieeevis.org/year/2017/info/awards/best-paper-awards

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Best Papers

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VAST

Visualizing Dataflow Graphs of Deep Learning Models in TensorFlow

Authors: Kanit Wongsuphasawat, Daniel Smilkov, James Wexler, Jimbo Wilson,
Dandelion Mané, Doug Fritz, Dilip Krishnan, Fernanda B. Viégas, and Martin
Wattenberg

InfoVis

Modeling Color Difference for Visualization Design

Author: Danielle Albers Szafir

SciVis

Globe Browsing: Contextualized Spatio-Temporal Planetary Surface
Visualization

Authors: Karl Bladin, Emil Axelsson, Erik Broberg, Carter Emmart, Patric
Ljung, Alexander Bock, and Anders Ynnerman

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Best Paper Honorable Mention

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VAST

Progressive Learning of Topic Modeling Parameters: A Visual Analytics
Framework

Authors: Mennatallah El-Assady, Rita Sevastjanova, Fabian Sperrle, Daniel
Keim, and Christopher Collins

Supporting Handoff in Asynchronous Collaborative Sensemaking Using
Knowledge-Transfer Graphs

Authors: Jian Zhao, Michael Glueck, Petra Isenberg, Fanny Chevalier, and
Azam Khan

InfoVis

Bridging From Goals to Tasks with Design Study Analysis Reports

Authors: Heidi Lam, Melanie Tory, and Tamara Munzner

Keeping Multiple Views Consistent: Constraints, Validations and Exceptions
in Visualization Authoring

Authors: Zening Qu and Jessica Hullman

SciVis

Instant Construction and Visualization of Crowded Biological Environments

Authors: Tobias Klein, Ludovic K. Autin, Barbora Kozlikova, David Goodsell,
Arthur Olson, Eduard Gröller, and Ivan Viola

The Topology ToolKit

Authors: Julien Tierny, Guillaume Favelier, Joshua Levine, Charles Gueunet,
and Michaël Michaux

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