Daniel Weiskopf Receives 2021 VGTC Visualization Technical Achievement Award

October 26, 2021 / Christina Warren

With the award, the IEEE Visualization and Graphics Technical Committee honors Daniel Weiskopf for his outstanding research on quantifiable approaches.

Daniel Weiskopf, professor in the department of Computer Science at the University of Stuttgart, acting director of the Institute for Visualization and Interactive Systems, one of the directors of the Visualization Research Center (VISUS), spokesperson of the SFB/Transregio 161, member of the board of directors of the Excellence Cluster IntCDC, and principal investigator of the Excellence Cluster SimTech, received the "2021 VGTC Visualization Technical Achievement Award."

During the opening session of the IEEE 2021 VIS Conference, he was honored for his research on quantifiable approaches, which has led to deep, powerful, and influential contributions to the visualization of volumes, flows, ensembles, and graphs. He was also inducted to IEEE VGTC Visualization Academy.

The IEEE VGTC Visualization Technical Awards program recognizes individuals who have made a significant contribution to the visualization community through their research, see the Awards web page of VGTC for more information: https://tc.computer.org/vgtc/awards/visualization-technical-awards/.

The IEEE VGTC Visualization Academy is a prestigious academy that highlights the accomplishments of the leaders in the field of visualization, see: https://tc.computer.org/vgtc/awards/visualization-academy/.

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