Category: Science

We won the IEEE SciVis Contest 2016

Each year at the renowned international conference for visualization, the IEEE VIS, the so called SciVis Contest takes place. This year, we, the staff of the Computer Graphics and Visualisation Group of the TU Dresden, together with colleagues from the

Tutorial at IEEE VIS 2015 in Chicago

I have written about this before, but here is the official news reblogged from the SFB 716 website. GPU-based interactive Visualization of Large Particle Data At the end of October, the largest conference on scientific visualization – the IEEE VIS

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Afterword to IEEE VIS 2015

The IEEE VIS 2015 reached its end. And she was great once again. Good papers, good ideas, and good people to meet. It really was worth it. My own tutorial was a big success, too. We had a much bigger

MegaMol Release v1.1

It is time! The new release of MegaMol is available on its project website: Release 1.1 There will be more info on the IEEE VIS conference in Chicago on next Sunday.

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Reblog: Powershell – Head and Tail

Most new data sets for my scientific visualization find their way to my desk in form of arbitrarily structures text files. This is not really a problem. The first sensible step is converting them into a fast binary format for

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Howto: Compiling an alternative MegaMol on Linux

We updated MegaMol to use cmake to build on Linux OS. This greatly improved the build process on Linux. But this also makes some more uncommon scenarios difficult to realize. For example, cmake usually automatically detects required dependencies. But, in

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VII. Annual Meeting of the Boltzmann Zuse Society

This Monday and Thursday the VII. Annual Meeting of the Boltzmann-Zuse-Society for Computational Molecular Engineering takes place in Kaiserslautern, organized by Martin Horsch. Basically it is a meeting for the groups from Stuttgart (VISUS, HLRS), Paderborn, Kaiserslautern and Dresden, to talk

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What was going on at the EuroVis?

It is now two weeks since Joachim Staib and myself attended the EuroVis 2015 in Cagliari, Italy. I thought it is about time I write about what we did there. Actually, it was a very successful conference for our computer

Preparations for EuroVIS 2015

It’s now only one week left before I go to the EuroVIS 2015. I am going to give two presentations, one on an invited CGF paper on multi-dimensional trajectory visualization and one at the co-located workshop EnvirVIS 2015 about Urban

Working towards the IEEE VIS 2015

There is much to do. The paper deadline for the IEEE VIS 2015 is in about two days. Because of that, I even worked at the weekend …