TU Wien Informatics

About

I am Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) in Medical Visualization and Visual Analytics at the Research Unit of Computer Graphics of the Institute of Visual Computing & Human-Centered Technology, at TU Wien, Austria.

I investigate and design Visualization and Visual Analytics strategies, which address biological and medical applications. My core interests revolve around the following topics: 

  • Medical Visualization and Visual Analytics, to address the needs of P4 medicine: personalization, predictiveness, preventiveness, and patient participation.
  • Uncertainty Visualization, e.g., to analyze anatomical variability and its effect on treatments, or to investigate uncertainty in biological models. 
  • Ensemble and Comparative Visualization, e.g., to explore big data from large cohorts of patients, or to analyze models and simulations of biological processes.
  • (Augmented) Data Physicalization, to fabricate physical objects from the data for the education of the general public or for training (e.g., combined with AR).

Roles

  • Assistant Professor
    Computer Graphics, E193-02
  • Curriculum Commission for Informatics
    Substitute Member

Note: Due to the rollout of TU Wien’s new publication database, the list below may be slightly outdated. Once APIs for the new database have been released, everything will be up to date again.

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2016

  • Visual Analytics for the Exploration and Assessment of Segmentation Errors / R. Raidou, E. Gröller, A. Vilanova i Bartroli et al. / Talk: Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing for Biology and Medicine (VCBM), Bergen, Norwegen; 2016-09-07 - 2016-09-09; in: "Proceedings of Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing for Biology and Medicine (EG VCBM)", The Eurographics Association, (2016), ISBN: 978-3-03868-010-9; 193 - 202

 

Note: Due to the rollout of TU Wien’s new publication database, the list below may be slightly outdated. Once APIs for the new database have been released, everything will be up to date again.

  • EuroVis Young Researcher Award
    2022 / EuroGraphics European Association for Computer Graphics / Italy
  • EuroVis Best PhD Award
    2018 / EuroGraphics European Association for Computer Graphics / France
  • Dirk Bartz Prize for Visual Computing in Medicine (1st place)
    2017 / EuroGraphics European Association for Computer Graphics / Austria

Soon, this page will include additional information such as reference projects, activities as journal reviewer and editor, memberships in councils and committees, and other research activities.

Until then, please visit Renata Georgia Raidou’s research profile in TISS .