Ivan Viola

  • e-mail: viola (at) cg.tuwien.ac.at
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Scientific Activities


Ivan Viola is Associate Professor at the TU Wien, Austria. He received M.Sc. in 2002 and Ph.D. in 2005 from TU Wien, Austria. Afterwards, in 2006 he joined the University of Bergen, Norway as a Postdoctoral researcher and contributed to a buildup of a new research group on visualization at the Institute of Informatics. In 2008 he was promoted to Associate Professor and in 2011 to Full Professor at the University of Bergen. During this period he was also appointed as a scientific adviser at the Christian Michelsen Research, Norway. His research is focusing on illustrative visualization techniques with particular application in medicine, biological and earth sciences. Viola has co-authored about hundred of scientific works, published in international journals and conferences such as IEEE TVCG, EG CGF, Elsevier's C&G, IEEE VIS, and EG EuroVis, and acted as a reviewer and IPC member for conferences in the field of computer graphics and visualization. He is member of Eurographics and VGTC IEEE Computer Society.
A detailed CV is available here.



A full list of publications is available in PDF, in Google Scholar, or in ORCID .
107 Publications found:
Image Bib Reference Publication Type
Ivan Viola
GPU-Based Frequency Domain Volume Rendering, 2004, Budmerice
Invited Talk
Ivan Viola
Importance-Driven Volume Rendering, 2004, Austin, USA
Invited Talk
Ivan Viola, Armin Kanitsar, Meister Eduard Gröller
Hardware-Based Nonlinear Filtering and Segmentation using High-Level Shading Languages.
In Proceedings of IEEE Visualization 2003, pages 309-316. October 2003.
Conference Paper
Ivan Viola
Hardware-Based Nonlinear Filtering and Segmentation using High-Level Shading Languages Visualization, 2003, Seattle, USA
Invited Talk
Markus Hadwiger, Ivan Viola, Thomas Theußl, Helwig Hauser
Fast and Flexible High-Quality Texture Filtering With Tiled High-Resolution Filters
In Vision, Modeling and Visualization 2002, pages 155-162. November 2002.
Conference Paper
László Neumann, Balázs Csebfalvi, Ivan Viola, Matej Mlejnek, Meister Eduard Gröller
Feature-Preserving Volume Filtering
In Data Visualization 2002, pages 105-114. May 2002.
Conference Paper
Ivan Viola
Applications of Hardware-Accelerated Filtering in Computer Graphics
Master Thesis
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