Mathieu Le Muzic

  • e-mail: mathieu (at) cg.tuwien.ac.at
  • phone: +43 1 58801-18653
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Biography

Mathieu Le Muzic is a research assistant and PhD student in visual computing at the Vienna University of Technology, Austria. He received the MSc degree in computer science from the Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, in September 2012. After his graduation, he worked as a software engineer at 3DEXCITE, formerly known as RTT, in Munich, Germany. He then started the PhD program shortly afterwards, in June 2013. His research interests include interactive rendering and visualization of large and dynamic molecular datasets. He has co-authored several articles in prestigious journals such as Computer Graphics Forum and IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics. He has cooperated with researchers around the world and from diverse areas such as experts in biology and famous scientific illustrators. In 2014 in stayed at the Department of Informatics, University of Bergen, Norway, for a duration of one month as a visiting scholar. In 2015 he also stayed at the Department of Computer Graphics and Design, Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic, where he gave a series of lectures to master and PhD students on GPU programming with Unity3D. In 2016 he visited the Molecular Graphics Laboratory in the Scripps Institute, San Diego, for a duration of 3 months. During his stay, he collaborated with Arthur Olson, David Goodsell and Ludovic Autin to develop and improve real-time rendering tools for viewing large molecular datasets created with cellPACK. Refer to his Curriculum Vitae for further details.

Research Work

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Publications

10 Publications found:
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2016
Mathieu Le Muzic
From Atoms to Cells: Interactive and Illustrative Visualization of Digitally Reproduced Lifeforms
Supervisor: Ivan Viola
Duration: 2013-2016
[image] [PhD-Thesis]
PhD-Thesis
Jan Byska, Mathieu Le Muzic, Meister Eduard Gröller, Ivan Viola, Barbora Kozlikova
AnimoAminoMiner: Exploration of Protein Tunnels and their Properties in Molecular Dynamics
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 22(1):747-756, January 2016. [Paper]
Journal Paper with Conference Talk
Matthias Reisacher, Mathieu Le Muzic, Ivan Viola
CellPathway: A Simulation Tool for Illustrative Visualization of Biochemical Networks
In Proceedings of WSCG. 2016.
[paper]
Conference Paper
Nicholas Waldin, Mathieu Le Muzic, Manuela Waldner, Meister Eduard Gröller, David Goodsell, Ludovic Autin, Ivan Viola
Chameleon Dynamic Color Mapping for Multi-Scale Structural Biology Models
In Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing for Biology and Medicine. 2016.
Conference Paper
Mathieu Le Muzic, Peter Mindek, Johannes Sorger, Ludovic Autin, David Goodsell, Ivan Viola
Visibility Equalizer: Cutaway Visualization of Mesoscopic Biological Models
Computer Graphics Forum, 35(3), 2016. [Paper] [Slides]
Journal Paper with Conference Talk
2015
Mathieu Le Muzic, Ludovic Autin, Julius Parulek, Ivan Viola
cellVIEW: a Tool for Illustrative and Multi-Scale Rendering of Large Biomolecular Datasets
In Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing for Biology and Medicine, pages 61-70. September 2015.
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Conference Paper
Mathieu Le Muzic, Manuela Waldner, Julius Parulek, Ivan Viola
Illustrative Timelapse: A Technique for Illustrative Visualization of Particle Simulations on the Mesoscale Level
In Visualization Symposium (PacificVis), 2015 IEEE Pacific, pages 247-254. April 2015.
[paper] [screenshot]
Conference Paper
2014
Manuela Waldner, Mathieu Le Muzic, Matthias Bernhard, Werner Purgathofer, Ivan Viola
Attractive Flicker: Guiding Attention in Dynamic Narrative Visualizations
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 20(12):2456-2465, December 2014. [paper] [Preview video] [Submission video]
Journal Paper with Conference Talk
Mathieu Le Muzic, Julius Parulek, Anne-Kristin Stavrum, Ivan Viola
Illustrative Visualization of Molecular Reactions using Omniscient Intelligence and Passive Agents
Computer Graphics Forum, 33(3):141-150, June 2014. [paper] [video]
Journal Paper with Conference Talk
Mathieu Le Muzic, Julius Parulek, Manuela Waldner, Ivan Viola
Illustrative Visualization of Biochemical Processes Featuring Multiple Temporal Scales
Poster shown at Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing for Biology (2014-09-04-2014-09-05) In . 2014.
Poster
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