If you are interested in contributing, please contact me as soon as possible to discuss your contribution. Contact: email@example.com
The overall theme is a how-to session for open-source visualization software in VR (leaning toward CAVE-style). Some of the software is Unix-variant oriented, and a handful will work on Windows. Presentations are geared toward teams that make immersive facilities available for scientific analysis, and for scientists seeking tools that can help them take advantage of existing facilities.
A web page with further information and how to register is at: http://iq-station.org/bootcamp.html. Our host facilities are described at: http://ualr.edu/emerginganalytics/facilities. Questions can be sent to Bill Sherman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over the past decade, we’ve had over 3000 attendees from 106 academic institutions from 27 US states and territories, 129 private companies, 36 government agencies (federal, state, municipal, foreign) and 19 non-governmental organizations. The 2013 Symposium had 263 attendees, from 29 academic institutions in 10 states and one other country, 25 private companies, 9 government agencies and 5 non-governmental organizations.
Each pillar will contain two days of workshops, hands-on demonstrations and expert talks. RTD’s famous social – the street party with BBQ, fireworks, music, and beer and wine tasting – gives you unlimited opportunity for networking and good times. Our attendees will also include experts from industry to answer your technology questions. This free event will be held on the S&T campus in Rolla, Missouri at the Havener Center on September 15 & 16. Space is limited and attendance has been capped at 350 for RTD2014. Learn more at: https://rtd2014.mst.edu/