Dr. Sara Diamond to speak at TUX


OCAD University President Sara Diamond has been invited deliver the Saunders Series lecture at the Toronto User Experience (TUX) group talk on January 16 at the MaRS Discovery District.  

 
DateTuesday, January 16, 2018 - 12:30pm to 2:00pm

Cost

Free

Website

tux-hcr.org

Location

MaRS Discovery District 101 College St, Toronto

In her lecture, Data Visualization – Fundamental 21st Century Knowledge, Dr. Diamond will discuss the significance of visualization design and data analytics in the age of Big Data.

A video of the talk will be available on the TUX YouTube channel

The Toronto User Experience group is an organization dedicated to bringing together and building of a community of HCI researchers in and around Toronto. It presently has members from as far east as Queen’s University in Kingston, and as far west as Waterloo.

Tux comes together biweekly, usually at the MaRS Discovery District or at the University of Toronto for talks. Each talk is preceded by a reception made possible by the group’s generous sponsors. Talks at Tux are in one of two categories: Tux member presentations, and Sanders Series Invited Lectures.

 

DateTuesday, January 16, 2018 - 12:30pm to 2:00pm

Cost

Free

Website

tux-hcr.org

Location

MaRS Discovery District 101 College St, Toronto

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Tuesday, January 16, 2018 - 12:30pm to 2:00pm

In her lecture, Data Visualization – Fundamental 21st Century Knowledge, Dr. Diamond will discuss the significance of visualization design and data analytics in the age of Big Data.

A video of the talk will be available on the TUX YouTube channel

The Toronto User Experience group is an organization dedicated to bringing together and building of a community of HCI researchers in and around Toronto. It presently has members from as far east as Queen’s University in Kingston, and as far west as Waterloo.

Tux comes together biweekly, usually at the MaRS Discovery District or at the University of Toronto for talks. Each talk is preceded by a reception made possible by the group’s generous sponsors. Talks at Tux are in one of two categories: Tux member presentations, and Sanders Series Invited Lectures.

 

Venue & Address: 
MaRS Discovery District 101 College St, Toronto
Website: 
tux-hcr.org
Cost: 
Free
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