M. Sc.

Alexander Straub

Doctoral Researcher
Visualization Research Center (VISUS)
Ertl Group

Contact

+49 (711) 685-88631

Allmandring 19
70569 Stuttgart
Deutschland
Room: 00.005

Subject

IRTG 2160: Droplet Interaction Technologies (DROPIT)
Subproject C4 - Visualisation of droplet-liquid interaction

The project's goal is to research theoretically, experimentally and numerically the interaction of droplets. To this end, this subproject aims at visualising the results obtained from direct numerical simulations of multiphase flow. This includes the visual analysis of droplet-local flow, as well as research of droplet interface related phenomena, which especially occur following interactions between different droplets, e.g., after collisions.

  1. 2018

    1. Straub, Alexander ; Karch, Grzegorz Karol ; Boblest, Sebastian ; Kaufmann, Jonas ; Sadlo, Filip ; Weigand, Bernhard ; Ertl, Thomas: Visual Analysis of Interface Deformation in Multiphase Flow. In: Cossali, G. E. ; Tonini, S. ; Cossali, G. E. ; Tonini, S. (Hrsg.) ; Cossali, G. E. ; Tonini, S. (Hrsg.): Proceedings of the DIPSI Workshop 2018. Droplet Impact Phenomena & Spray Investigations, Proceedings of the DIPSI Workshop 2018. Droplet Impact Phenomena & Spray Investigations : Università degli studi di Bergamo, 2018 — ISBN 978-88-97413-27-1
  2. 2017

    1. Karch, Grzegorz Karol ; Straub, Alexander ; Sadlo, Filip ; Ertl, Thomas: Implicit Visualization of Vector Field Topology. In: Proceedings of TopoInVis, Proceedings of TopoInVis, 2017. — Reviewed abstract
  • Seminar Mikro-Visualisierungen (WS19)
  • Seminar Realistische Echtzeitgrafik (SS19)
  • Practical Course Visual Computing (WS18)
  • Practical Course Visual Computing (SS18)
  • Computergraphik (WS17)
  • Scientific Visualization (SS17)

Ongoing

  • Flow Visualization for Galaxy Formation in Astrophysical Simulations (Research Project, Bachelor)

Finished

  • Curvature-Minimizing Interface Reconstruction (Thesis, Master)
  • ML-based Visual Analysis of Droplet Behaviour in Multiphase Flow Simulations (Thesis, Master)
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