About me

I’m a research associate / Ph.D. student at the Interactive Media Lab Dresden since February 2016. In my research, I focus on utilizing multi-device environments for visual data exploration, i.e., investigating ways how people can work with interactive visualizations across different devices.

My supervisor is Prof. Raimund Dachselt. Currently, I’m working on a research project called GEMS 2.0 about Visual Editing and Comparison of Multivariate Graphs Using Multiple Interactive Displays founded by the DFG (largest independent research funding organization in Germany). The project is a cooperation between the Interactive Media Lab Dresden at the Technische Universität Dresden and the Chair of Computer Graphics (VC²G) at the University of Rostock.

In 2013, I received my Bachelor’s degree in media computer science from Technische Universität Dresden, Germany. I continued my studies in Dresden and defended my Master thesis in December 2015. Two months later, I got the opportunity to start as a Ph.D. student supervised by Raimund Dachselt.

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Academic Milestones

  • [Apr 2018 to Sep 2018] Research visit at Niklas Elmqvist’s lab (HCIL) at the University of Maryland.
  • [Since Feb 2016] Research associate / Ph.D. student at the Interactive Media Lab Dresden (TU Dresden).
  • [Dec 2015] Master of Science in Media Computer Science at Technische Universtität Dresden.
  • [Sep 2013] Bachelor of Science in Media Computer Science at Technische Universtität Dresden.

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