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.
From 12.-16. August 2018 the SIGGRAPH conference took place in Vancouver, where Katharina Krösl was represented with a poster.
On August 9, 2018, the Chinese Ambassador to Vienna Li Xiaosi visited the VRVis.
The current VRVis Annual Report 2017 informs about research and development at the research center VRVis, as well as current projects and highlights from the past year.
The Biomedical Image Informatics group of VRVis is represented with eight posters at this year's Forum of Neurosciences Conference (FENS).
On May 29th the WKO initiated conference on Artificial Intelligence took place in Vienna. VRVis was represented at the panel.
VRVis uses Virtual Reality technology to demonstrate the need to catch up in the marking and lighting of escape routes.
ORF reports about our software Visdom and how it can help affected municipalities to prepare for floods and heavy rain.