Author: Stefan

Honeycomb Plots: Best Paper of VMV 2022

Our paper Honeycomb Plots [bibcite key=Trautner-2022-HCP], presented by Thomas Trautner, was selected as Best Paper at this year’s International Vision, Modelling, Visualization (VMV) Symposium

Tenure Track Associate Professor in Visualization / Visual Data Science

TheĀ Department of InformaticsĀ at the University of Bergen wishes to recruit a tenure track associate professor in the field of Informatics with specialization on Visualization / Visual Data Science. This is a 6 years fixed term position, with a possible promotion to a full professor position at the end of this period.

3 Open PhD Positions

The Department of Informatics at the University of Bergen has three open PhD positions. The announcement broadly covers all research areas of the department, but we are particularly interested in good candidates in the area of visualization. Deadline: May 22, 2022

3 Papers at IEEE VIS 2021

Three of our papers will be presented at IEEE VIS 2021, the premier international venue for visualization research. The conference will be held virtually from October 24 to 29, 2021.

Best Paper Honorable Mention at VCBM 2021

Our work on the visual communication of biomedical processes was awarded a Best Paper Honorable Mention at the 2021 Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing for Biology and Medicine.

Laura Garrison wins Medical Visualization Award

Our PhD student Laura Garrison has been awarded the 2nd Prize at the 2021 Karl-Heinz Hƶhne Award for Medical Visualization by the working group on Visual Computing in Biology and Medicine (FG VCBM).

Christmas Card 2019

Welcome, and Merry Christmas from Bergen! This is the UiB VisGroup interactive Christmas card of 2019. This year, we were inspired by the days of our youths (some of us, that is) spent in front of CRT computer screens playing video games. The days when 256 colors were a luxury and a resolution of 320

Visual Exploration of Road Traffic for Sensor Data Fusion

Abstract Evaluating the reliability of sensors represents an important basis for designing stand-alone modules that should provide real-time traffic monitoring. In this project we aim to assess reliability of infrared and radar sensors for detecting persons and vehicles in daily traffic. To enable such observation we also provide constant video surveillance data, which represents a

View of Multiple Unfolded Protein Tunnels by Aggregation

Abstract In protein dynamics, it is important to explore the accessibility of the reaction site of the protein over time. Reaction site inside the protein is usually approachable by the protein tunnel. In the paper is described a 2D representation of the tunnel, which is a result of the parametrization process of 3D mesh representation