Martin Kraus received a Doctoral degree in computer science from the University Stuttgart, Germany, in 2003 working on direct volume visualization of geometrically unpleasant meshes in the research group headed by Professor Thomas Ertl. He spent one year at Purdue University, West-Lafayette, Indiana, USA, in the research group headed by Dr. David S. Ebert before returning to Stuttgart for another year of research and teaching. He then led a 3-year research project on volume visualization funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) in the Computer Graphics and Visualization group headed by Professor Ruediger Westermann at the Technical University Munich, Germany. Currently, he works as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology at Aalborg University in Aalborg, Denmark. His research and teaching interests include scientific and information visualization, real-time computer graphics (including graphics on mobile devices and the web), and physics simulation for computer games.
Biography Updated on 23 June 2011