I am member of the Scientific Visualization and Computer Graphics research group within the Johann Bernoulli Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science of the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Since September 2010,
My research focuses on interactive scientific visualization and illustrative rendering, using methods from computer graphics, non-photorealistic rendering (NPR), and human-computer interaction. I am specifically interested in (2D and, in particular, 3D) interaction techniques for work with illustrative visualizations on non-traditional hardware as well as illustrative visualization that is inspired by traditional illustration.
p text-align=justify color=red I am currently looking for a PhD student with a solid background in computer graphics and/or visualization who is interested in working with me on the topic of Support of the Interactive Visual Exploration and Classification of Temporal Development in 3D Datasets using the Example of Cell Division Data. Please contact me by e-mail if you are interested or directly apply at the mentioned application site.
News and Upcoming Events
|October 2021||At the virtual IEEE VIS conference this year, we will present two TVCG journal articles: one on our VIS30K image and figure dataset of IEEE Visualization Conference Publications and one on our work on “Multiscale Unfolding: Illustratively Visualizing the Whole Genome at a Glance”.|
|October 2021||Tingying He 何汀滢 will start as a new PhD student with me, exploring a design space for visual data mapping for low-color displays.|
|June 2021||We presented our CGF journal article “The State of the Art of Spatial Interfaces for 3D Visualization” at the virtual EuroVis conference.|
|May 2021||We presented our conference paper on the “Design and Evaluation of Three Selection Techniques for Tightly Packed 3D Objects in Cell Lineage Specification in Botany” at the Graphics Interface conference.|
|May 2021||We presented our work on curve complexity heuristic KD-trees for neighborhood-based exploration of 3D curves at the Eurographics conference, and the paper was published as a journal article in the Computer Graphics Forum.|
|March 2021||We presented our survey on collaborative work in augmented reality (journal article in TVCG) at the virtual IEEE VR conference.|
|February 2021||Our journal article on “Multiscale Unfolding: Illustratively Visualizing the Whole Genome at a Glance” was accepted to the journal IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics. We will present this work later this year at IEEE VIS.|
|February 2021||Our journal article on the state of the art of spatial interfaces for 3D visualization was published in the journal Computer Graphics Forum.|
|January 2021||Our journal article about the VIS30K image and figure dataset of IEEE Visualization Conference Publications was accepted for publication in the journal IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics. We will present this work later this year at IEEE VIS.|
My PhD student Xiyao Wang 王曦耀 successfully defended his PhD thesis on “Augmented Reality Environments for the Interactive Exploration of 3D Data” on December 16. Congratulations Xiyao!
My PhD student Sarkis Halladjian successfully defended his PhD thesis on “Spatially Integrated Abstraction of Genetic Molecules” on December 14. Congratulations Sarkis!
|October 2020||At the virtual IEEE VIS 2020, we presented a journal paper on “HyperLabels—Browsing of Dense and Hierarchical Molecular 3D Models”.|
At the virtual IEEE VIS 2020, we also presented four posters: one on “Tangible Volumetric Brushing in Augmented Reality”, one on “An Interactive System for Analyzing Plant Embryo Cell Division”, one on “Subjective Views in Co-Located Augmented Reality”, and one on “Black-and-White Textures for Visualization on E-ink Displays”. The last two of these received the SciVis and InfoVis best poster design awards, respectively!
|October 2020||Our survey on collaborative work in augmented reality was accepted as a journal article to be published in the journal IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics.|