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Institute for Visualization and Interactive Systems (VIS)

The Institute for Visualization and Interactive Systeme (VIS) at the University of Stuttgart represents an Institute within the Department of Computer Science at the Faculty of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology.

About 70 people do research and teaching in the areas Visualization and Computer Graphics as well as Pattern Matching.

Flow-visualization, vector field and tensor-field-visualizationVisualization of protein dynamics and system biologyVisualization of protein dynamics and system biologyVolume visualizationMolecular dynamics-visualizationSemi-automatical machine-learningVisualization of dynamic graphs and hirarchiesVisualization of dynamic graphs and hirarchiesVisualization of protein dynamics and system biologyContent-based Image RetrievalVisualization of protein dynamics and system biologyFlow-visualization, vector field and tensor-field-visualizationVolume visualizationAppearance SynthesisVisualization of dynamic graphs and hirarchiesReal-Time Systems for Computational Photography and IlluminationVisualization of astronomically and relativistically data and objectsImage Space Acquisition and ModelingVisualization of protein dynamics and system biologyVisualization in Special and General Relativity

VIS arised from the established department Dialogsysteme by Prof. em. Rul Gunzenhäuser of the former Institute for Computer Science. Since 1999, its head is Prof. Thomas Ertl.

 

 

The Institute consists of the departments:

Prof. Thomas Ertl

Graphic-Interactive Systems
Prof. Thomas Ertl
Informatik-Building, Universitätsstraße 38
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Prof. Andrés Bruhn

Intelligent Systems
Prof. Andrés Bruhn
Informatik-Building, Universitätsstraße 38
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Prof. Albrecht Schmidt

Human-Computer-Interaction
Prof. Albrecht Schmidt
SimTech-Building, Pfaffenwaldring 5a
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Socio-Cognitive Systems
Jun.-Prof. Niels Henze
SimTech-Building Pfaffenwaldring 5a
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Prof. Daniel Weiskopf

Visualization
Prof. Daniel Weiskopf
Working group VISUS, Allmandring 19
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Jun.-Prof. Martin Fuchs

Visual Computing
Jun.-Prof. Martin Fuchs
Working group VISUS, Allmandring 19
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