Hasso-Plattner-Institut
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Döllner
  
 

Computer Graphics Systems

Software visualization, geospatial visualization, and real-time 3D rendering have been among Prof. Jürgen Döllner's research interests for many years, along with related topics such as non-photorealistic rendering, non-photorealistic image processing, visualization metaphors, and information cartography. Within the scope of IT Systems Engineering, the research includes the analysis, planning and construction of computer graphics and multimedia systems in general.

Latest News

03.11.2017

Paper accepted for IVAPP 2018

The paper "EvoCells – A Treemap Layout Algorithm for Evolving Tree Data" by Willy Scheibel, Christopher Weyand, and Jürgen … > more

13.08.2017

Presentations at Expressive and SIGGRAPH Appy Hour

On July 29th 2017, Amir Semmo presented the paper "Neural Style Transfer: A Paradigm Shift for Image-based Artistic … > more

28.05.2017

Contribution accepted for Appy Hour @ SIGGRAPH 2017

The contribution "Pictory: Combining Neural Style Transfer and Image Filtering" by Amir Semmo, Matthias Trapp, Jürgen … > more

12.05.2017

Paper accepted for Expressive 2017

The paper "Neural Style Transfer: A Paradigm Shift for Image-based Artistic Rendering?" by Amir Semmo, Tobias Isenberg, and … > more

01.05.2017

Paper accepted for iV 2017

The paper "Mixed-projection Treemaps: A novel Perspective on Treemaps" by Daniel Limberger, Willy Scheibel, Matthias Trapp, … > more

03.04.2017

Paper accepted for EuroVis 2017

The paper "Hybrid-Treemaps" by Sebastian Hahn and Jürgen Döllner has been accepted as a short paper to the 19th … > more

30.03.2017

Paper accepted for Web3D 2017

The paper "Progressive High-Quality Rendering for Interactive Information Cartography using WebGL" by Daniel Limberger, … > more

24.01.2017

Presentation at International LiDAR Mapping Forum 2017

Rico Richter and Sören Discher are attending the "International LiDAR Mapping Forum 2017" in Denver, Colorado from 13th to … > more

21.12.2016

Paper accepted for IVAPP 2017

The paper "Reducing Visual Complexity in Software Maps using Importance-based Aggregation of Nodes" by Daniel Limberger, … > more

29.11.2016

Paper accepted for IVAPP 2017

The paper "Relative Direction Change: A Topology-based Metric for Layout Stability in Treemaps" by Sebastian Hahn, Joseph … > more