Daniel Cornel received a BSc degree in Media Informatics from the Vienna University of Technology in 2011 and continued his studies with a Master's degree in Visual Computing, which he completed in 2014. During his studies he specialized in real-time rendering with a focus on the development of engines for video games. He completed his PhD on "Interactive visualization of simulation data to support spatial decisions" in 2020. Since 2014 he is a researcher in the Integrated Simulations group of VRVis. For one of his recent work he received the EuroVis Best Paper Award 2019.
For their project on SRR-based land monitoring, VRVis and several partners have been awarded the ICT Austria Jewels 2023 in the category "Sustainable Digitalization".
Visdom wins the renowned international sustainability award WSA 2022 in the category Smart Settlement & Urbanization.
The simulation software Visdom was awarded the prestigious Change Maker Award WSA Austria in the category "Smart Settlement & Urbanization".
The VRVis simulation software Visdom was awarded the Energy Globe Award, Water category.
The VRVis simulation software Visdom is nominated for both the WSA Austria Award, category sustainability, and the Energy Globe Award, category water.
Daniel Cornel was awarded the EuroVis Best Ph.D. Dissertation Award at the virtual EuroVis 2021.
Daniel Cornel, researcher in our Integrated Simulation Group, was nominated for the TÜV Austria Science Award 2020 in the category Uni/FH.
Daniel Cornel receives the Best Paper Award of EuroVis 2019!
VRVis receives 3rd place at the Best Paper Award for the paper "Visualization of Object-Centered Vulnerability to Possible Flood Hazards.