I am a postdoc research fellow at VCG Harvard, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University and a research scientist at the Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology, Harvard Medical School. I received my MS in Computer Science and Media at the Stuttgart Media University in 2012 and my Ph.D. degree (Dr. rer. nat.) in Computer Science at the Institute for Visualization and Interactive Systems, University of Stuttgart in 2017. My research interests lie in the field of data visualization and visual analytics with a special focus on spatio-temporal data.
I am grateful that I will be awarded with a Harvard Certificate of Distinction and Excellence in Teaching (Q Awards) based on student evaluation of my teaching role in the Harvard College course CS171.
Two new papers accepted for IEEE VIS 2019 VAST track and the Transaction on Visualization and Computer Graphics journal. See publications.
I am grateful for being awarded with a Harvard Certificate of Distinction and Excellence in Teaching (Q Awards)
My dissertation was selected (and will be awarded) as one of two Honorable Mentions of this year’s VGTC VPG best dissertation award at IEEE VIS 2018
Our new paper is published: Immersive Modular Factory Layout Planning using Augmented Reality
April 2018, Kobe, Japan
TVCG/ IEEE PacificVis Honorable Mention: Visual Interactive Map Matching
November 2017, Adelaide, Australia
IEEE BDVA Best Paper Award: VESPa 2.0: Data-Driven Behavior Models for Visual Analytics of Movement Sequences