Visualization and Analysis of Tensorfields
This project is concerned with the visualization and analysis of three-dimensional tensor fields. Due to the complexity of tensor data, visualization methods have to be chosen carefully; especially for three-dimensional fields. In a pre-processing step, filter methods have to be applied to reduce the field to relevant features. A challenging question in this context is the question: "What are relevant features?". Further information is available in the detailed project description.
Institute of Polymer Materials, Saarland University (Markus Stommel, Marc Schöneich, Bernhard Burgeth)Institute of Computer Science, Leipzig University (Gerik Scheuermann)
DFG Emmy Noether Nachwuchsgruppe Vergleichende Visualisierung (09/2008–09/2011)
- Andrea Kratz, Cornelia Auer, Markus Stommel, Ingrid Hotz. Visualization and Analysis of Second-Order Tensors: Moving Beyond the Symmetric Positive-Definite Case. Computer Graphics Forum - State of the Art Reports, 2012.
- Andrea Kratz, Björn Meyer, Ingrid Hotz. A Visual Approach to Analysis of Stress Tensor Fields. Scientific Visualization: Interactions, Features, Metaphors, Dagstuhl Follow-Ups, 2011. pp.188-211.