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Digital Science

Tatyana Bogdanova, Davit Bidzhoyan.

Vol. 850: Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. Springer, 2019.

A simple decision-making approach for information technology solution selection

Zelenkov Y.

International Journal of Web Engineering and Technology. 2019. Vol. 14. No. 1. P. 56-79.

Book chapter
Energy efficient method of data transmission in a heterogeneous network of the Internet of things for remote areas

Лысогор И. И., Voskov L., Rolich A. et al.

In bk.: 2019 International Siberian Conference on Control and Communications (SIBCON). Proceedings. Tomsk: Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics (TUSUR), 2019. P. 1-6.

Working paper
Russia’s Water Resources 2030: Plausible Scenarios

Saritas O., Proskuryakova L. N., Sivaev S.

Science, Technology and Innovation. WP BRP. Высшая школа экономики, 2015. No. 42.

«Visual Computing — a best practice from Vienna»

On December 7, 2016, Professor Werner Purgathofer, Head of Institute of Computer Graphics and Algorithms, Faculty of Informatics, Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien: Technische Universität Wien) delivered a guest lecture at research seminar of School of business-informatics on topic: Visual Computing — a best practice from Vienna. Application area peculiarities and problems, education and training approaches and programs,
research and development, hot topics and trends (the best practice from TU Wien and VRVis)
Visual Computing deals with the acquisition, representation, processing, analysis, synthesis and use of visual information, i.e. of images and image sequences in the temporal and spatial context. The concept of visual computing has emerged through the methodological convergence of the areas of image processing, computer vision, computer graphics, visualization and human-machine interaction, partly due to the need for new fields such as augmented and virtual reality, data analytics and machine learning on these technologies.
In his pretty comprehensive talk, professor Werner Purgathofer — one of leading European experts in visual computing — suggests answers to the following questions. How can such a complex multi-disciplinary area be studied? How can we educate and train specialists for this area? What are approaches to it? What are/could be major educational components of a typical master program in visual computing? What are prospects for visual computing specialists in an open labor market? What are main science and research directions in visual computing? What are prospective application areas that benefit most from introduction of visual computing technologies and solutions? What are major current and future developments in the international community of visual computing?
Werner Purgathofer
Guest lecturer:
Prof. Werner Purgathofer. Head of the Institute of Computer Graphics at the Vienna University of Technology; Member of the Executive Committee of the Association of Professors of TU Wien (UPV-Vorstandsmitglied); President of the Informatics Alumni Club of the TU Wien; Co-founder and president (since 2000) and Scientific Director (since 2008) of the Competence Center for Virtual Reality and Visualisation VRVis; Member of the Eurographics Association, the European Association for Computer Graphics, since September 1981; Chair (from January 2013 to December 2014), Vice-Chair (from January 2010 to December 2012, and January 2015 to December 2015) of Eurographics; Member of the Executive Committee of Eurographics (from 1989 until 2015); Fellow of Eurographics since September 1997 and Chairman of the Fellows since April 2015; Member of the Eurographics Award Committee from 2007 to 2011; Chair of the Eurographics Conference Steering Committee from 2009 to 2013; Organizer of the annual conferences EUROGRAPHICS‘91 (~400 participants, 2 - 6 September, 1991, Wien) and EUROGRAPHICS‘2006 (~600 participants, 4 - 8 September, 2006, Wien) of the Eurographics; Chairman of the Publications Board of Eurographics from September 1993 to December 2000; Series Co-Editor of the Eurographics Springer book series since September 1995 (together with Werner Hansmann (D) and Terry Hewitt (GB), since 1998 with Werner Hansmann and Francois Sillion (F)), since 2004 also with Dieter Fellner (A); Chairman of the "Austrian Computer Graphics Association" from November 1986 to December 1991; Member of the Commission for Scientific Visualization of the Austrian Academy of Sciences from March 1999 until December 2011; Deputy chair of the Commission from March 2001 to December 2011; Member of the European Academy of Sciences since April 2003; Member of the Österreichische Computer Gesellschaft (OCG) (Austrian Computer Society) since 1980; Member of the Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI)(German Informatics Society) since January 1981; Member of the IEEE Computer Society since January 1983; Member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) since July 1988; Member of the Computer Graphics Society (CGS) since 1988; Member of "The New York Academy of Sciences" from April 1992 until April 1996; Co-founder of the companies „Imagination Computer Services“ in October 1998, “VISUAPPS” in December 2011, “MYFLY” in November 2013; Doctor honaris causa received from the Technical University of Iaşi (Romania) in October 2010; Distinguished Career Award of Eurographics, in September 2006.