150 Western Ave
Allston, MA 02134
I am a Ph.D. student in computer science at Harvard University, advised by Hanspeter Pfister. I am deeply interested in data visualization, biomedical imaging, and computer vision. I create novel interactive technologies that allow scientists to study domain specific problems visually. My latest research focuses on applications of data visualization in neuroscience and climate sciences.
I hold an M.Sc. in visual computing from TU Wien and a B.Sc. in medical informatics from the same university. During my studies, I had some fantastic opportunities to conduct research abroad. For my master thesis research, I visited the Visual Computing Group at Harvard University. I also interned at Markus Hadwiger’s High-Performance Visualization Group at KAUST and Brainlab, Munich. I was born and raised in the beautiful town Regensburg in Germany - feel free to reach out in English or German.
|Jul 8, 2021||I graduated from TU Wien with a MSc in Visual Computing. Check out my thesis.|
|Apr 15, 2021||New position. I will join the Visual Computing Group at Harvard University in the fall of 2021 to pursue a Ph.D. in computer science.|
|Aug 23, 2020||Best SciVis paper award at IEEE VIS 2020.|
|Jan 21, 2020||I’m among the first graduates of the TU Wien Informatics excellence program. The Bachelor with Honors is a research-focused extension to the regular bachelor program.|
Objective Observer-Relative Flow Visualization in Curved Spaces for Unsteady 2D Geophysical FlowsIEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 2020