My PhD thesis was submitted in Sep. 2018 and is under review. I am Currently working as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Immersive Analystics Lab, Monash University. My research concerns many different aspects of Data Analystics, Information Visualization and Human Computer Interaction, especially the emerging research topic — Immersive Analytics which focuses on applying engaging, embodied display and interaction techniques (e.g. AR, VR, XR) for data visualization and analytics.
My past experience includes: Artificial Intelligence (AI), image and signal processing and robotics. See my previous projects in https://profile.yalongyang.com/ .
Avg. review score (5 reviewers): 4.3 / 5
Primary review score: 5 / 5
Publication: Y. Yang, T. Dwyer, B. Jenny, K. Marriott, M. Cordeil and H. Chen. Origin-Destination Flow Maps in Immersive Environments. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, to appear, Jan. 2019.
EuroVis 2018Fast-forward (35s)
Publication: Y. Yang, B. Jenny, T. Dwyer, K. Marriott, H. Chen, and M. Cordeil. Maps and Globes in Virtual Reality. Computer Graphics Forum, 37(3):427-438, Jun. 2018.
InfoVis 2016 Best Paper Honorable MentionInteractive Demo
Publication: Y. Yang, T. Dwyer, S. Goodwin, and K. Marriott, Many-to-Many Geographically-Embedded Flow Visualisation: An Evaluation, IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 23(1): 411–420, Jan. 2017.
Project funded by Prof. Wray Buntine and Mr. Laurens Skelly.
We would like to thank K. Verbeek. et al for their work and help in implementation.
Original publication: K. Verbeek, K. Buchin, and B. Speckmann, Flow Map Layout via Spiral Trees, IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 17(12): 2536–2544, Dec. 2011.
EuroVis 2018 Paper Presentation
InfoVis 2017 Doctoral Colloquium
InfoVis 2016 Paper Presentation
Invited seminar report at State Key Lab of CAD&CG, Zhejiang University, 2016
Graph Drawing: 2015/17
ACM VRST: 2018
ACM TiiS Journal: 2017
Office Address: Building H, 900 Dandenong Rd, Caulfield East