tomasz bednarz

Director of Visualisation at the Expanded Perception and Interaction Centre (EPICentre)
UNSW Art and Design

Team Leader
Visual Analytics
CSIRO Data61

Associate Investigator ACEMS
ARC Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers

Adjunct Associate Professor
School of Mathematical Sciences
Applied & Computational Mathematics
Queensland University of Technology

Adjunct Associate Professor
Design Lab
University of Sydney

Adjunct Senior Lecturer
School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences
University of South Australia

Urban Informatics

Courses Chair | SIGGRAPH Asia 2017
Chair | SIGGRAPH Asia 2019

Artist-scientist

LinkedIn: tomaszpbednarz
ResearcherID: A-7376-2011
Twitter: @tomaszbednarz
Instagram: @tomaszbednarz

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Khronos Sydney Chapter
Khronos Brisbane Chapter
Brisbane ACM SIGGRAPH

Teaching

Big Data: from Data to Decisions
Big Data: Data Visualisation
Aspects of Computational Science
Advanced Visualisation and Data Science
Mathematics of Big Data AMSI SS

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Tomasz Bednarz is Director of Visualisation at the Expanded Perception & Interaction Centre (EPICentre) and A/Professor at the UNSW Art & Design. He is also Research Team Leader at CSIRO Data61 (leading Visual Analytics Team, in Software & Computational Systems program).

His current roles reflect his conviction to a holistic approach to the wicked problems facing the collation, analytics and display of big data. His approach is expansive and encompasses the use of novel technologies (AR, VR, CAVE, Dome, AVIE), often in combination. Over the last couple of years, he has been involved in wide range of projects in area of immersive visualisation, human-computer interaction, computational imaging, visualisation, and simulations, computer graphics, games, computational fluid dynamics, demoscene.

He is Chair of ACM SIGGRAPH Asia 2019. SIGGRAPH conferences are the world’s largest, most influential annual meetings and exhibitions in computer graphics and interactive techniques. The conference will be held for the very first time in Australia (Brisbane).