A new coronavirus (COVID19) was first identified in Wuhan and, now, it has spread to many countries around the world. The CVAST group developed an interactive visualization tool to track the spread of the disease and predict its development in different countries. Check the tool by clicking in the link below:
On February 24, 2020 Christian Bors successfully defended his PhD thesis titled
"Facilitating Data Quality Assessment Utilizing Visual Analytics: Tackling Time, Metrics, Uncertainty, and Provenance".
Our paper "Bridging the Gap between Visual Analytics and Digital Humanities: Beyond the Data-Users-Tasks Design Triangle" won the Best Paper award in the vis4dh 2019 workshop at IEEE Vis in Vancouver, Canada (Oct. 20-25, 2019).
'Microtubule Catastrophe' -- our joined submission with the Research Division of Computer Graphics (TU Wien) and the Molecular Graphics Lab at the Scripps Research Institute -- won the Jury's Award of the Image Contest at the 9th EG Workshop on Visual Computing for Biology and Medicine (VCBM 2019).
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CVAST is happy to announce that Lukas Decker, bachelor student in Media Informatics and Visual Computing at TU Wien, will be joining the CVAST group for a one month internship until the end of July. All of CVAST wishes him a nice and productive stay.