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.
On June 14, TU Wien junior researcher Wilma Weixelbaum presented her paper "Rumble Flow++ Interactive Visual Analysis of Dota2 Encounters". The paper was written as part of her bachelor thesis supervised by Kresimir Matkovic, head of our Interactive Visualization Group and member of this year's EuroVA international program committee.
On June 18, the short paper session on "Information Visualization" featured the short paper "Selective Angular Brushing of Parallel Coordinate Plots", authored by Visual Analytics group leader Johanna Schmidt, among others. The researcher was also involved in her role as Chair of the EuroVis Poster Session on June 15.
A very special highlight of this year's conference was the presentation of the EuroVis Best Ph.D. Award to our researcher Daniel Cornel for his PhD thesis "Interactive Visualization of Simulation Data for Geospatial Decision Support", which focuses on his innovative state-of-the-art visualization solutions for water in the simulation software Visdom.
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