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
The VisGroup and MMIV won the Best Paper Honorable Mention award for MuSIC at VCBM held this year in beautiful Vienna, Austria. This shows the power of collaborative work between radiologists and computer scientists which is made possible at the wonderful Mohn Medical Imaging and Visualization Center (MMIV). Furthermore, MuSIC shows that a Masters thesis
The VisGroup contributed two papers, one short and one full, to the VINCI Conference held this year in beautiful Chur, Switzerland, taking home the award for Best Short Paper.
We were delighted to present a state-of-the-art-report from our group at EuroVis 2022 in Rome. The report, Trends & Opportunities in Visualization for Physiology: A Multiscale Overview, provides a broad overview of the common approaches and key challenges in visualizing physiology that is applicable for novice and experienced visualization researchers as well as application domain scientists who are interested in learning about more advanced visualization techniques for physiology.
After a long time in which it was not possible to travel, our VisGroup was happy to finally be able to network again! Wintergraph is a yearly event organized by two Austrian universities, TU Wien and TU Graz. It usually takes place in spring, in the beautiful wintery mountains of Austria. The idea of this networking event is that international groups from all over Europe, researching in various scientific fields such as visualization, computer graphics, computer vision, etc., meet and present their research.
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.
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.
Our PhD student Laura Garrison has been awarded the 2nd Prize at the 2021 Karl-Heinz Höhne Award for Medical Visualization by the working group on Visual Computing in Biology and Medicine (FG VCBM).