Christmas Card 2020
Happy holiday greetings from Bergen! Welcome to the UiB VisGroup video Christmas card of 2020. And what a year it has been! No matter what, one thing you can always count on is our attempt to spread ‘god stemning’¹ to our friends, partners, and colleagues worldwide! Please join us for a visit to our offices
Four PhD fellowship positions with the Dept. of Informatics
The Department of Informatics is searching for candidates for four PhD fellowship positions (three to four years each). The application deadline is the 9th of December 2018. More information about these positions is available at the jobbnorge announcement page. If you are interested in visualization research in particular, we recommend to make this explicit in your application – the four
Open PostDoc position in the Bergen VisGroup
The visualization research group at the Department of Informatics of the University of Bergen, Norway, is seeking a motivated and capable postdoctoral researcher in visualization. If you are interested in pursuing cutting-edge research in a stimulating and dynamic international working environment, have very good programming skills, and have excellent written and oral communication skills in
Four open positions in the Bergen VisGroup: 3 PhD Fellowships + 1 PostDoc position
The visualization research group at the Department of Informatics of the University of Bergen, Norway, is seeking motivated and capable new PhD students and postdoctoral researchers in visualization. If you are interested in pursuing cutting-edge research in a stimulating and dynamic international working environment, have very good programming skills, and have excellent written and oral communication
Visual Data Science and its role in Computational Medicine Seminar
There was one-day workshop on “Visual Data Science and its role in Computational Medicine” hosted in the context of the Delft Data Science program, on Tuesday the 6th of February at the TU Delft (the Netherlands). This event was organized by the Computer Graphics and Visualization Group of TU Delft Data Science, in cooperation with our very own
Spatio-Temporal Development of Mouse Brains
INF219 project completed by Ulrike Sprengel, from the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany. Abstract The goal of this project is to visualize the brain of a mouse in different developing stages by using various tools as for example a stream graph. A stream graph is useful to show continuous the changes of the gene expression rates,
Are you interested in joining our team? We’re always on the lookout for motivated individuals with an interest in visualization and can offer you a stimulating and dynamic international working environment. Please contact one of our faculty members for more information on current and upcoming job opportunities in the visualization group.
The utilization of modern graphics hardware allows interactive visualization of large datasets as unseen before.
Interactive Visual Analysis
Interactive visual analysis is provided to enable iterative information drill-down in complex data exploration scenarios.
Interactive 3D visualization helps to better understand the complex structure of large proteins as well as their dynamics.