Our NII Shonan seminar proposal on “Advancing Visual Computing in Materials Science” has been accepted. The seminar will take place—COVID-19 allowing—in October 2021 and aims at identifying novel directions of interdisciplinary work between visual computing and materials science. I will be co-organizing this meeting together with my amazing colleagues Christoph Heinzl, Mike Kirby, Guillermo Requena, Kristi Potter, and Yuriko Takeshima!
On Monday (28.09) I will be giving an invited talk at the Graduate Seminars of King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) on Personalized, Predictive and Preventive Visual Analytics for Cancer Treatment, as a guest of Markus Hadwiger! You can follow my talk here!
Today, I am joining the Scientific Visualization and Computer Graphics research group of the Bernoulli Institute, Faculty of Science and Engineering at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands, as an Assistant Professor in Medical Visualization and Visual Analytics! I am excited about my new job and looking forward to continuing doing cool stuff 🙂
Our panel Why should I stay in Academia? Bridging Generations of Researchers in Visualization (organized together with Ingrid Hotz (LiU), panelists Silvia Miksch (TU Wien), Johanna Beyer (Harvard), Chuck Hansen (SCI Utah), Jan Reininghaus (Siemens), Bei Wang (SCI Utah) and Jack van Wijk (TU/e)) has been accepted at IEEE Vis 2020! For details go to this page!