Research

Papers

A. Bueckle, K. Buehling, P. C. Shih, and K. Börner, “Optimizing Performance and Satisfaction in Matching and Movement Tasks in Virtual Reality with Interventions Using the Data Visualization Literacy Framework,” Frontiers in Virtual Reality, vol. 2, 2022. doi: 10.3389/frvir.2021.727344.

A. Bueckle, K. Browne, B. W. Herr II, K. Börner, “The CCF Organ VR Gallery,” OSF preprint, 2022. [Online]. Available: https://osf.io/z9gm3 doi: 10.31219/osf.io/z9gm3

Bueckle, K. Browne, B. W. Herr II, K. Börner, “The CCF Organ VR Gallery,” Research Demo, 2022. [Online]. Available: https://youtu.be/S9pBOlSfsnc

K. Börner, A. Bueckle, et al., “Tissue Registration and Exploration User Interfaces in support of a Human Reference Atlas,” biorXiv preprint bioRxiv:2021.12.30.474265, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.12.30.474265v1. doi: 10.1101/2021.12.30.474265

A. Bueckle, K. Buehling, P. C. Shih, and K. Börner, “Optimizing Performance and Satisfaction in Matching and Movement Tasks in Virtual Reality with Interventions Using the Data Visualization Literacy Framework,” arxiv preprint arXiv:2112.02159, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://arxiv.org/abs/2112.02159.

L. L. Godwin, Y. Ju, […], A. Bueckle, et al., “Robust and generalizable segmentation of human functional tissue units,” biorXiv preprint biorXiv:2021.11.09.467810v1, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.11.09.467810v1. doi: 10.1101/2021.11.09.467810

K. Börner, S. Teichmann, […] A. Bueckle, et al., “Anatomical structures, cell types and biomarkers of the Human Reference Atlas,” Nature Cell Biology, vol. 23, no. 11, 2021. doi: doi.org/10.1038/s41556-021-00788-6.

A. Bueckle, K. Buehling, P. C. Shih, and K. Börner, “3D Virtual Reality vs. 2D Desktop Registration User Interface Comparison,” PLOS One, vol. 16, no. 10, 2021. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0258103.

A. Bueckle, “Optimizing Performance and Satisfaction in Virtual Reality Environments with Interventions using the Data Visualization Literacy Framework”. Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy: Katy Börner, Patrick Shih, John Walsh, Rob Montoya. Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 2021. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.33214.00328

K. Börner, S. A. Teichmann, E. M. Quardokus, J. Gee, K. Browne, D. Osumi-Sutherland, B. W. Herr II, A. Bueckle, et al., “Anatomical Structures, Cell Types, and Biomarkers Tables Plus 3D Reference Organs in Support of a Human Reference Atlas,” bioRxiv preprint, 2021, doi: 10.1101/2021.05.31.446440

K. Börner, E. M. Quardokus, B. W. Herr II, L. E. Cross, E. G. Record, Y. Ju, A. Bueckle, J. P. Sluka, J. C. Silverstein, K. M. Browne, S. Jain, C. H. Wasserfall, M. L. Jorgensen, J. M. Spraggins, N. H. Patterson, M. A. Musen, and G. M. Weber, “Construction and Usage of a Human Body Common Coordinate Framework Comprising Clinical, Semantic, and Spatial Ontologies,” arXiv preprint arXiv:2007.14474, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://arxiv.org/abs/2007.14474.

K. Börner, A. Bueckle, and M. Ginda, “Data visualization literacy: Definitions, conceptual frameworks, exercises, and assessments,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 116, no. 6, pp. 1857-1864, 2019, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1807180116.

K. Börner, A. H. Simpson, A. Bueckle, and R. L. Goldstone, “Science map metaphors: a comparison of network versus hexmap-based visualizations,” Scientometrics, vol. 114, no. 2, pp. 409-426, 2018, doi: 10.1007/s11192-017-2596-3.

K. Börner, A. Bueckle, P. Beesley, and M. Spremulli, “Lifting the Veil: Visualizing Sentient Architecture,” presented at the Future Technologies Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 2017. [Online]. Available: https://cns.iu.edu/docs/publications/2017-Lifting-the-Veil.pdf.

Guest Editor

K. Börner, A. Bueckle, and S. Kobourov (eds.), “Special Issue on Multi-level Graph Representations for Big Data in Science,” IEEE Transactions on Computer Graphics & Applications, 2022. [in preparation].

Talks (selection)

K. Börner, A. Bueckle, “Scalable Precision Medicine Oriented Knowledge Engine: Graph Visualization and UI”, NSF C-Accel Project All-Hands Meeting, 2021.

A. Bueckle, “Three Projects in Virtual Reality”, Guest Lecture in UI/UX Design 24-Week Bootcamp at George Washington University (Instructor: Kyle Overton), 2021.

A. Bueckle, “Three Projects in Virtual Reality”, Guest Lecture in COMP 4600 at University of Denver (Instructor: Dr. Sanchari Das), 2021.

A. Bueckle, “Your Place or My Place? Comparing User Study Methodology between Remote and In-Person VR Experiments for Data Visualization Tasks”, CNS Research Showcase, 2021. [video]

A. Bueckle (moderator), L. Godwin, Devta Kidd, “Unleash the True Value of Your Data: A Panel on the Visual Analytics Certificate”, Panel at Innovation Week at The Dimension Mill, 2021.

K. Börner, A. Bueckle, “Collaboration and Communication in Science (Using Data Visualization)”, Dagstuhl Seminar on Visualization of Biological Data – From Analysis to Communication, 2021.

A. Bueckle, B. Herr, “Register your tissue so it can be explored in context: New releases of the CCF Registration and Exploration User Interfaces”, HuBMAP SciTech Webinar, 2021.

A. Bueckle, Kilian Buehling, “The SPOKE User Study: Research Questions and Study Design,” Monthly Call for IEEE Special Issue on on Multi-level Graph Representations for Big Data in Science, 2021.

A. Bueckle, “Optimizing Performance and Satisfaction in Matching and Movement Tasks in Virtual Reality with Interventions Using the Data Visualization Literacy Framework”, Doctoral Dissertation Defense, 2021. [video]

A. Bueckle, “The CCF Tissue Registration User Interface (RUI) and Exploration User Interface (EUI)”, Common Fund Data Ecosystem (CFDE) Workshop on Introduction to 3D Tissue Mapping, 2021.

A. Bueckle, “The CCF Tissue Registration User Interface (RUI)”, Spatial Biology Europe (Online), 2021.

A. Bueckle, “Science Map Metaphors: A Comparison of Network Versus Hexmap-Based Visualization”, Dagstuhl Seminar on Multi-Level Graph Representation for Big Data Arising in Science Mapping, 2021. [video] [paper]

A. Bueckle, Kilian Buehling, “Using VR Data Visualizations to Improve Time, Accuracy, Satisfaction in 2D Desktop vs. VR RUI”, CNS Research Showcase, 2021. [video]

A. Bueckle, Katy Börner, “HuBMAP Reference Atlas: ASCT+B Tables & 3D Reference Library Registration User Interface & Visible Human Massive Open Online Course”, HuBMAP SciTech Webinar, 2021.

A. Bueckle, “‘I feel like Superman (in Luddy Hall)’: Optimizing Performance in Virtual Reality Navigation Tasks with Interventions Using the Data Visualization Literacy Framework”, Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center Create & Innovate Talk Series, 2021. [video]

Y. Jain, Andreas Bueckle, Ellen M. Quardokus, Yingnan Ju, Seth Winfree, Hrishikesh Paul, Bruce W. Herr II, Nick Tustison, James Gee, and Katy Börner, “R2UI: Adding ANTs to the Registration User Interface (RUI) to Support Spatial Registration of Tissue Blocks at Single-Cell Level” (Poster), HuBMAP December Demo Day, 2020.

A. Bueckle, Kilian Buehling, “Comparing Time, Accuracy, Satisfaction, and Accomplishment in Virtual Reality vs. Desktop Implementation of the Common Coordinate Framework Registration User Interface (CCF RUI)”, Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center Research Showcase, 2020. [video]

A. Bueckle, “Investigating Your Traces: Optimizing Completion Times and Accuracy for Manipulation Tasks in Virtual Reality using Data Visualization”, The Campus Alliance for Advanced Visualization Conference (CAAVCon), 2020.

A. Bueckle, Ellen M. Quardokus, Yingnan Ju, Sumeet Sarode, Yashvardhan Jain, Seth Winfree, Hrishikesh Paul, Bruce W. Herr II, Nick Tustison, James Gee, and Katy Börner, “R2UI: Stage 2 Registration User Interface for HuBMAP for Accurate Spatial Registration of Tissue Blocks and Associated Cell Types and Biomarkers Within 3D Organ Models” (Poster), Human Biomolecular Atlas HIVE Virtual Demo Day, 2020.

A. Bueckle, “The Making of the Visible Human Massive Open Online Course: Empowering HuBMAP members with the Force of Video”, Human Biomolecular Atlas HIVE Virtual Demo Day, 2020.

A. Bueckle and Kilian Buehling, “The Common Coordinate Framework Registration User Interface (CCF RUI): A Comparison of Three Modalities”, Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, Indiana University Bloomington, IN, USA, 2019.

A. Bueckle, Leonard Cross, and Katy Börner, “HuBMAP CCF Registration User Interface (RUI)”, HuBMAP Inaugural Sci/Tech Webinar Series, Indiana University Bloomington, IN, USA, 2019.

A. Bueckle, “Data Visualization Literacy Gone Virtual”, The Campus Alliance for Advanced Visualization conference (CAAV), Indiana University Bloomington, IN, USA, 2019. Video recording

A. Bueckle, “Make-a-Vis & Tavola”, VISUALISE conference, Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA, USA, 2019. [video] [proceedings]

A. Bueckle and K. Börner, “Envisioning the Internet of Things”, Living Architecture Systems Group Symposium, Toronto, ON, Canada, 2019. [video] [proceedings](Keynote)

A. Bueckle, “Mapping Science, Technology, and Expertise on a Global Scale”, Pacific Operational Science & Technology Conference, Honolulu, HI, USA, 2018.

A. Bueckle, “IoT Visualization & Amatria”, Scientific Visualization Workshop Series, Indiana University Bloomington, IN, USA, 2018.

A. Bueckle, “Lifting the Veil: Visualizing Sentient Architecture”, Future Technologies Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 2017. [proceedings] (Best Presentation Award)

A. Bueckle and Y. Ju, “Breathing Life into Things: Sentient Architecture & Augmented Reality”, Fashion Tech Week NY, New York City, NY, USA, 2017.

A. Bueckle, “Sentient Architecture: Visualizing Signal Flow in Intelligent Systems”, Intelligent & Interactive Systems Talk Series, Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, Indiana University Bloomington, IN, USA, 2017.

A. Bueckle, “Sentient Architecture: Visualizing Signal Flow in Intelligent Systems”, 1st Annual Graduate Conference at the Media School, Indiana University Bloomington, IN, USA, 2017.

A. Bueckle, “Science Forecast”, Modeling Science, Technology & Innovation Conference, Washington D.C., USA, 2016.

A. Bueckle, “Enhancing Sentient Architecture with Augmented Reality”, Living Architecture Systems Group Symposium, Toronto, ON, Canada, 2016. [white papers]

A. Bueckle, “Communicating and Visualizing the Internet of Things: Designing Augmented-Reality Data Visualizations to Communicate the Inner Workings of Living Architecture Sculptures to Enhance Computational Literacy”, ILS Doctoral Research Forum, Indiana University Bloomington, IN, USA, 2016.

Guest Lectures (selection)

Fall 2020

INFO-101: Introduction to Informatics
Instructors: Dr. Katie Siek and Dr. Chase McCoy
Indiana University Bloomington

“The Benefits of Data Visualization Literacy”

Summer 2020

CNS HuBMAP Hackathon
Indiana University Bloomington

“Collision Detection and Mini-maps/Secondary Views”

Spring 2018

Bridge to Informatics Program
with students from DePauw University
Instructor: Dr. Patrick Shih
Indiana University Bloomington

“Lifting the Veil: Visualizing Sentient Architecture”

Spring 2018

Talk for visiting Data Science online students
Indiana University Bloomington

“Lifting the Veil: Visualizing Sentient Architecture”

Fall 2017

Department of Informatics
Instructor: Dr. Katie Siek
Indiana University Bloomington

“Introduction to Sentient Architecture: Building Dendrites”

Fall 2017

ARTH-H 100: Art History
Instructor: Martin Horne
Indiana University Bloomington

“(Re-)Creating Virtual Worlds”

Fall 2015

CNS Open House
Indiana University Bloomington

“Science Forecast: Bringing Data Visualization to Everybody”

Spring 2015

INFO-501: Introduction to Information Science
Instructor: Dr. Howard Rosenbaum
Indiana University Bloomington

“Where It Gets Artsy: Information Visualization”

Demos (selection)

A. Bueckle, “Amatria Tour”, Makevention, Bloomington, IN, USA, 2018-present. Most prominent guests: Gov. Eric J. Holcomb, IU President Michael McRobbie & First Lady Laurie Burns-McRobbie. Other guests: Harmony School, IU Eskenazi Art Museum staff.

A. Bueckle, “Envisioning the Internet of Things”, Makevention, Bloomington, IN, USA, 2018.

A. Bueckle, “Dendrite Field Array Visualization”, TEDx Bloomington (Sideshow), Bloomington, IN, USA, 2018.

A. Bueckle and Mike Zhe Hu, “Envisioning the Internet of Things”, Talk for Amatria’s 1st Birthday, Indiana University Bloomington, IN, USA, 2018.

A. Bueckle, “Amatria Unveiled: Visualizing Sentient Architecture”, Lab Space Demo during Luddy Fest 2018, Indiana University Bloomington, IN, USA, 2018.

A. Bueckle, “Visual Insights Studio Tour”, Welcoming a Delegation from Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 2018.

Service

Reviewed proposals for National Science Foundation (2022)

Reviewed papers for Scientometrics (2017), Information Visualization (2021), CHI (2021)

Student member of Undergraduate Curriculum Sub-committee of the Department of Library and Information Science, Fall 2016

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