In November 2018 the networking event "Women in Computergraphics" took place, which is co-organized by VRVis researchers.
The IEEE VIS took place in Berlin from 21-26 October. The VRVis was represented with a paper, a poster as well as two short papers.
A virtual reality application for remote recoinnassance missions and mission planning developed for the Cyber Defence Command was presented at the Federal Armed Forces Exhibition on 25 and 26 October 2018.
In a press release dated October 8, 2018, VRVis announces that it is the new coordinator of the EU project ARCHES, which uses technology to create barrier-free art for people with visual, auditive or cognitive impairments.
The European Researchers' Night took place on 28 September. Bettina Schlager took part in an event to promote young talent and talked to students about VR, research and more.
Harald Piringer spoke on September 26th at PI World in Barcelona about Process Analytics and how visualizations help to discover and understand results in process data.
The Biomedical Image Informatics research group was represented with a Paper, a Tutorial Talk as well as a Capstone Talk at the MICCAI/VCBM Conferences in Granada from September 16-22, 2018.
Katja Bühler, head of the Biomedical Image Informatics research group at VRVis, is again a panel guest at a panel discussion on Deep Learning & Artificial Intelligence.
Miriah Meyer is a guest professor in Vienna for the next months and will also research at VRVis.
From 28-30 August 2018 a workshop for planetary scientists took place at VRVis.
VRVis in an interview with APA Science on how to combine basic research with applied research.
This summer, several pupils were able to work at VRVis and get a taste of science.