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Domain - extra Visualization, Human-Computer Interaction, Structural Biology
Year 2014
Starting as soon as possible
Status Open
Subject Illustrative Molecular Abstraction & Visualization
Thesis advisor ISENBERG Tobias
Co-advisors Julie Bernauer, AMIB team, INRIA
Laboratory INRIA-Saclay AVIZ
Collaborations Julie Bernauer, AMIB team, INRIA
Abstract This PhD project will significantly advance the state-of-the-art in molecular visualization to offer sophisticated visualization algorithms and models. Specifically, the PhD student will focus on developing novel structural abstraction algorithms, embedded parameter visualization, and depictions of molecule interactions. Specifically, the PhD student will investigate structural abstraction algorithms within the context of illustrative visualization, a newly emerging domain within scientific visualization that takes inspiration from traditional illustration.
Context
  • structural biology
  • illustrative visualization
Objectives
  • creation of new visualization techniques
  • exploration of interaction concepts for visualization
  • exploration of abstraction techniques
  • development of an interactive data exploration tool
Work program
Extra information
Prerequisite
  • background in computer graphics and visualization
  • good coding skills
  • ability to communicate and write in English
  • interest in working with domain scientists
Details Download 2014 AVIZ PhD Project - Illustrative Molecular Visualization.pdf
Expected funding Institutional funding
Status of funding Expected
Candidates
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