From 1st October, 2023 until 4th December, 2023 I visited Utrecht University. My local supervisor was Dr. Michael Behrisch. We conducted research about visual metaphors for Multilayer Networks (MLN) in Virtual Reality (VR).
As a doctoral researcher of project A03 of the SFB-TRR 161, I am researching “Quantification of Visual Explainability.” During my research stay from February to May 2023, I joined the Visualization and Graphics (VIG) group at the Utrecht University.
During my research stay, I joined the Algorithmics group at the University of Perugia, led by Prof. Giuseppe Liotta.
In early 2023, PhD student Yao Wang visited Aalto University in Finland. On our blog he reports on his research stay.
From June 30 to July 1, 2022, the SFB-TRR 161 doctoral retreat took place at Lake Constance. It was an excellent opportunity to bring together the PhD students from Konstanz and Stuttgart.
The PhD Retreat 2021 was held in-person at the Evangelische Tagungsstätte Löwenstein. For the first time, many of the PhD students of this funding period saw each other live. This is their report.
Tobias Dürr, Marcel Werle, Philipp Häßler, and Dr. Ferran Giones Valls joined the SFB-TRR 161 lecture series and gave an overview of interesting transfer projects and entrepreneurship support opportunities for early stage researchers. For our blog, they summarize their central points.
This year the retreat of the SFB Graduate School had to take place as a video conference because of the pandemic restrictions of the COVID crisis.
Jeffrey Heer visited the SFB-TRR 161 at VISUS. Katrin Angerbauer and Cristina Morariu organized his stay. This is the report on how the visit went.
During this winter, I spent almost three months at the Multimedia Signal Processing Workgroup led by Prof. Dietmar Saupe at the University of Konstanz. During this stay I had the opportunity to meet many researchers who work in image and video quality assessment and pursue my research work.