Teaching

We offer courses on the topic of  "visualization" and its applications, especially in the field of software development. In addition to the lectures "Information and Software Visualization" and "Computer Graphics", our curriculum includes seminars and project groups. We regularly supervise theses and also offer student assistant jobs.

Active Courses (Summer 2019)

(Language: German/English) Vorlesung mit Übung (Master)

Informations- und Softwarevisualisierung (ISV)

Vorlesung: Mo, 12:15-13:45 Uhr; Übung: Mi, 14:15-15:45 Uhr
SH 403 (Vorlesung), SH 406 (Übung)
Prof. Dr. Fabian Beck
Shahid Latif
Shivam Agarwal
M.Sc. Hagen Tarner

(Language: English) Seminar "Visualization" (Bachelor)

Visualization for Machine Learning

Wednesday, 16:15-17:45 (weekly)
SH 403
Shivam Agarwal
Prof. Dr. Fabian Beck

(Language: German) Master-Projektgruppe

Visualizing Variability in Software Dynamics (ViVaSD)

Dienstag, 14:00-17:00
M.Sc. Hagen Tarner
Prof. Dr. Fabian Beck

For more information about the previous semesters, please see Archives.

 

Theses and Projects

We offer student theses and projects for both bachelor and master students studying in the field of computer science. In the following, we provide a list of tentative topics for theses and projects. We are also open and willing to discuss your own ideas. If you are interested, please make an appointment with the supervisor for detailed information. 

  • Data Structure Reports: Automatic description of program state at execution
    Computer Science
  • Abstracting Patterns of Software Architecture to Graph Motifs
    Computer Science
  • User study to evaluate interactive linking of text and visualizations
    Computer Science
  • Visual Analysis of Biomedical Publication Data (PubMed)
    Computer Science
  • Visual analysis of users interacting in virtual reality
    Computer Science
  • Automatic Caption Generation for Multi-layer Network Visualizations
    Computer Science
  • Generating Natural Language Descriptions of Scientific Datasets
    Computer Science
  • Visualize Benchmark Results as Call Trees using Techniques for Uncertainty Visualization
    Computer Science
  • Development of a Visual Analytics System for the Comparison of 3D Graphics Performances
    Computer Science

Student Assistant Positions

We are regularly looking for motivated student / research assistants. As an assistant you will support our research by helping us with developing interactive software systems, conducting user studies, or data proprocessing. Here, we announe specific vacancies, but usually there are more jobs available. If you are interested, feel free to contct us! 

Please note that the topics that are offered as theses, in some cases, can also be assigned as an employment oppurtunity.