Paper presentations, session chair and a EuroVis Best Dissertation Award: VRVis research work was again well represented at this year's EuroVis.
EuroVis 2021 took place from 14-18 June 2021 as a virtual conference based out of Zurich.
VRVis researcher Daniel Cornel's PhD thesis "Interactive Visualization of Simulation Data for Geospatial Decision Support" was awarded the EuroVis Best Ph.D. Dissertation Award.
In the EuroVA workshop "VA Applications and Workflows", student Wilma Weixelbaum, supervised by Kresimir Matkovic, presented her paper "Rumble Flow++ Interactive Visual Analysis of Dota2 Encounters".
In the paper "Rumble Flow++ Interactive Visual Analysis of Dota2 Encounters" supervised by VRVis researcher Kresimir Matkovic, researcher Wilma Weixelbaum analyzes ESport applications.
Johanna Schmidt, head of our Visual Analytics Group, was part of the short paper session "Information Visualization" with the short paper "Selective Angular Brushing of Parallel Coordinate Plots".
The short paper "Selective Angular Brushing of Parallel Coordinate Plots" presents a novel selection technique for parallel coordinate plots.
Visual Analytics group leader Johanna Schmidt was also Chair of the EuroVis poster session on June 15, 2021. Here an impression of the virtual "conference area" called Topia.
From June 14-18, 2021, EuroVis, the most important European conference on visualization, once again gathered the most important and interesting research projects and directions from all over the continent. Due to the still prevailing travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the conference, which was also sponsored by VRVis among others, was again held in a virtual edition originating from Zurich.