Category: Science

Completion of the VICCI project – Part 2

The ESF-funded junior research group VICCI dealt from 2012 until the end of 2014 with the development, control and integration of cyber physical systems (CPS) at the Faculty of Computer Science of the Dresden University of Technology. The scope includes

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Completion of the VICCI project – Part 1

The ESF-funded junior research group VICCI dealt from 2012 until the end of 2014 with the development, control and integration of cyber physical systems (CPS) at the Faculty of Computer Science of the Dresden University of Technology. The scope includes

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Upcoming: SIGGRAPH ASIA 2014

Next week the SIGGRAPH ASIA 2014 finally takes place in Shenzhen, China. I am prepared and looking forward to a great conference and to the opportunity to present my work: Technical Papers – Special Session: Visualization, Thursday, 4th December; 11:00

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MegaMol Development

I like working with Software. I have fun handling large data sets and producing interactive 3D visualizations which are useful, nice and cool. On the way to create them I, of course, need a huge lot of functions, libraries and

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Researcher Profil

My work nicely accelerates and my projects evolve as expected. Ok, maybe they evolve a bit slower than I would like it, but I can be satisfied. As part of the whole development I finally updated my research profile here

Conference Submission

Last week was full of work. Somehow, I write something like this every week. Well… Together with two colleagues I worked on a submission for a conference last week. A nice paper about a visualization technology. Of course, I cannot

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MegaMol – A Prototyping Framework for Particle-based Visualization

Today, I am only writing a short note on MegaMol. We have done it! We published the MegaMol system as systems paper: S. Grottel, M. Krone, C. Müller, G. Reina, and T. Ertl, “MegaMol — A Prototyping Framework for Particle-based

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CECAM-Workshop: Particle-based Simulations for Hard and Soft Matter

During my vacation several things happened. For one thing, I was asked to fill in for a reviewer who did not deliver. And I was invited to a workshop to talk about my work, especially MegaMol™. It is nice to

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Visual Analysis of Trajectories in Multi-Dimensional State Spaces

Today I want to talk about one of my newest published research papers, about visualization of multi-dimensional trajectories. It is electronically available here at the Wiley Online Library (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/cgf.12352/abstract): Visual Analysis of Trajectories in Multi-Dimensional State Spaces [1]. First off,

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Simpler is simply simpler and better

Data set file formats are a real running gag in the context of scientific visualization. Often the file formats are rather useless and there often are no established standards. Most of the time ASCII-text files greet you as the results

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