Gaia data visualization workshop

Vienna, 9-11 July 2014


The key to the full exploitation of Gaia data, even beyond the core Gaia science cases, is to give astronomers the ability to easily manipulate and visualize a unique and gigantic data set of about 1 billion stars. Astronomers are not the first to be confronted with orders of magnitude increase in data volume and much can be learned already from other research areas dealing currently with the big data challenge.

The main goal of the workshop is to bring together astronomers, experts in data visualization, and researchers in other fields dealing with the visualization of large data bases and discuss how to tackle some of the challenging issues faced by Gaia data visualization.



Gaia ScienceVisualization
Milky Way structureVisualization of large data bases
Stellar astrophysics3D visualization: interactive and collaborative
Galactic dynamicsVolume and flow visualization
Galactic archeologyError visualization
Star formation and evolution              Tools and applications exemplified by case studies
3D map of the local ISMThe IT data challenge for Gaia

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