We work on many topics in rendering, visualization of (scientific) information and modelling of 3D objects. Our goal is to develop new algorithms to generate, represent, interpret, display and interact with data. In particular, complex and large data sets are in our focus, as they play an increasingly important role in many scientific, medical and engineering applications.
Our research currently concentrates on:
- Game Technology
- Geometry Processing
- Interactive Visualization and Virtual Reality
- Medical Visualization
- Rendering Techniques
We teach several courses and supervise student projects in these and related areas.
27 October 2021
Mapping the brain motor cortex region in detail
In a major undertaking, an international consortium of researchers successfully mapped the different types of brain cells in the motor cortex. Thomas Höllt and collaborators from Leiden University Medical Center contributed to the development of Cytosplore Viewer, the visualization software that was used to establish the relationship between gene expression and compare them for over 300,000 cells from human, marmoset, and mouse.
21 May 2019
Two times Eurographics Medical Prize 2019 for EEMCS’ Intelligent systems department
14 March 2019
Elmar Eisemann to receive Dutch Prize for ICT Research 2019
He will be receiving the award for his research into the accurate, detailed depiction of visualisations using modern graphics hardware.
24 January 2018
TU Delft develops virtual coach for patients with post-traumatic stress disorder
In the future, a virtual coach could make a positive contribution to the therapy of people with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), such as war veterans or people who suffered sexual abuse in their youth. Such a coach could motivate people to persist with therapy and help them to recall traumatic memories as part of exposure therapy. The virtual coach was developed by Myrthe Tielman, who will be awarded her PhD at TU Delft on Thursday, 25 January.