We’re proud that “our” Frits Post will give a keynote titled “Data Visualization: Featuring Interactive Visual Analysis” at this year’s Eurographics conference. EG 2011 is the 32nd annual conference of the European Association for Computer Graphics and is held at Bangor University, School of Computing in Llandudno in Wales, UK. More information on Post’s keynote (Thursday 14th of April, end of the day) and the other keynotes can be found here.
Dr Helmut Doleisch, Visual Analysis guru and currently CEO of SimVis, visited our group on March 24 and 25. We are now up to date on the latest industrial-grade visual analysis techniques, and have set the first steps towards a European research cooperation with SimVis.
Within the TU Delft Medical Visualisation group, we currently have a vacancy for a 4-year Ph.D. position. The successful candidate will develop the Virtual Surgical Pelvis, a biomechanical simulation model based on the highest resolution histological sections and matching MRI data of a number of human pelves. For more details, go to the VSP vacancy page.
On Wednesday, March 9, 2011, Lingxiao Zhao successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis on Curvature Lines for Lesion Detection and Visualization in CT Colonography.