Katharina Krösl was a researcher at VRVis from 2013 to 2023. She was coordinator of the Immersive Analytics Area and senior researcher in the Multiple Senses Group at VRVis. Katharina Krösl is a founding member of the Austria Section of the IEEE Women in Engineering. Katharina Krösl's research work has been in the media several times ("Barrierefrei in virtueller Realität" in Der Standard, "Wenn Fluchtwegschilder zur Falle werden" in Die Presse). Furthermore, the researcher received both the Young Experts Award at the Austrian Computer Science Day 2021 and an Honorable Mention of the IEEE VGTC Virtual Reality Outstanding Dissertation Award at IEEE VR 2022 for her dissertation. For her research work, Katharina Krösl received the Futurezone Woman in Tech Award 2022 and the Liese Prokop Women's Award 2022, she was also nominated for the Hedy Lamarr award 2023.
XR-expert Katharina Krösl of VRVis is one of four female information technology researchers on the shortlist for this year's Hedy Lamarr Preis.
VRVis was invited to present its workflow for a digital, interactive exhibition archive for Schloss Trautenfels in this year´s IÖB Challenge.
The head of our Immersive Analytics Area, Katharina Krösl, received the prestigious Women in Tech Award of the Futurezone.
Katharina Krösl was honored for her outstanding achievements in the field of research.
Immersive Analytics-Area coordinator Katharina Krösl is nominated for futurezone's Women in Tech Award 2022.
VRVis researcher Katharina Krösl received an Honorable Mention at the IEEE VR 2022 for her dissertation "Simulating Vision Impairments in Virtual and Augmented Reality."
Our VR/AR specialist Katharina Krösl was awarded the Young Experts Award of the Austrian Computer Science Day 2021.
Katharina Krösl won the Best Research Demo Award with the live demo of her project "XREye".
Katharina Krösl was awarded with the 3rd place in the Thesis fast forward track of the SIGGRAPH 2019 in Los Angeles in August 2019.
Paper "ICthroughVR: Illuminating Cataracts through Virtual Reality" by Katharina Krösl is nominated for the Best Conference Paper at the IEEE Virtual Reality conference, which takes place from 23 to 27 March 2019 in Osaka (Japan)!