The CVAST group is proud to introduce and welcome our new colleague Victor Schetinger! Starting from December 2018, Victor will be working on the Interactive Music Mapping Vienna (IMMV) and Knowledge-Assisted Visual Analytics (KnoVA) projects at TU Wien as PostDoc researcher in our group.
CVAST submission at GD 2018 contest earned the 3rd place, making its way to the podium.
All the authors thank the contest committee for the opportunity of being represented at a such prestigious venue and all the people who contributed to this result. Read the news entry for the download links!
Every year, at the International Symposium on Graph Drawing and Network Visualization a contest is held, in which several researchers produce a visualization (made by hand or automatically generated) of a given dataset and compete on which one represents it the best, according to various criteria that include the overall presentation and the faithfulness to the original dataset. This year, two datasets were given:
Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien):
Research Division "Visual Analytics" : Centre for Visual Analytics Science and Technology (CVAST)
The CVAST group is proud to introduce and welcome our new colleague Alessio Arleo:
The Interactive Music Mapping Vienna (IMMV) research project has been featured in a few newspapers and online magazines, including 'Die Presse', 'Der Standard', and FWF's 'Scilog'. The project’s focus is the valorisation and the mediation of the capabilities of music as an urban identification tool.
We are excited and proud of our former member Paolo Federico who was promoted to be a visualization expert at Nokia.
As a result of a major restructuring of the Faculty of Informatics, we are announcing that our workgroup has transitioned to the Institute of Visual Computing & Human-Centered Technology, starting with 01.01.2018.