Zsolt Horvath is a researcher at the Vienna University of Technology and at the VRVis Research Center for Virtual Reality and Visualization, he is part of the Integrated Simulation Group. He graduated from the Faculty of Information Technology at Brno University of Technology and finished his PhD studies at the Vienna University of Technology. His PhD thesis presents a new numerical scheme for flood simulations and its efficient implementation on GPUs and validation on multiple analytic, laboratory and real-world cases. His current research topics involve large-scale flood simulations on GPUs.
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.
VRVis receives 3rd place at the Best Paper Award for the paper "Visualization of Object-Centered Vulnerability to Possible Flood Hazards.