Dr. Florian NieblingResearch Fellow
Florian studied computer science at University of Stuttgart. Working as deputy head of the visualization group at the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) for several years, he received his doctorate on interactive parallel real-time graphics from University of Stuttgart in 2013. After heading the cyber-physical systems group at the chair for Software Engineering of Ubiquitous Systems (SEUS) at Technische Universität Dresden, he joined the HCI Group in 2015.
His research interests include software engineering of complex systems in parallel and distributed computing environments, scalable post-processing and visualization of large datasets, distributed computer graphics, as well as the interaction with data in virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and on the desktop. His interdisciplinary research involves diverse application domains from engineering to digital humanities. Florian has been a regular reviewer for e.g. ACM SUI, ACM VRST, IEEE VR, IEEE 3DUI, NordiCHI.
Winter term 2017: Lecture ‘Augmented Reality’ for MCS Bachelor, CS Bachelor, HCI Master, CS Master students.
Winter term 2015 - 2016: Seminar ‘Mixed Reality’ for MCS Bachelor and HCI Master students.
Florian Niebling is currently leading the BMBF research group
‘HistStadt4D - Multimodale Zugänge
zu historischen Bildrepositorien zur Unterstützung stadt- und
baugeschichtlicher Forschung und Vermittlung’ as principal investigator.
The aim is to investigate and develop methods and technologies to transfer
extensive repositories of historical media and their contextual information
into a three-dimensional spatial model, with an additional temporal component.
The data resources available for this research include extensive holdings of
historical photographs of Dresden, which document the changes of the city over
The information technology issues are needs-based information modelling and its
technical applications, based on a case study of the Deutsche Fotothek.
This involves aspects of processing and linking historical media and knowledge,
including time and place, into a virtual research environment.
It also includes researching and developing visualization and information
access via location-based augmented reality.
2012-2015: Co-leader of the research group ‘VICCI - Visual and Interactive Cyber-physical Systems Control and Integration’ (TU Dresden).
2008-2011: Project lead of the collaborative research project ‘VisPME - Visualization in parallel manycore environments’ (HLRS).
2011-2012: ‘CRESTA - Collaborative Research into Exascale Systemware Tools and Applications’ (HLRS).
2005-2008: ‘InGrid – Innovative Grid Developments for Engineering Applications’ (HLRS).
‘International Conference on Digital Encounters with Cultural Heritage’ under the patronage of CIPA.
On March 30th and 31st 2017, the joint event of the Technical University
Dresden, the University of Würzburg, and the University of Wroclav took place
in Dresden. Scholars from 14 nations presented their work on urban history and
‘Winter School - Interactive Spaces’.
The HCI chair invited a group of 30 highly motivated people for 10 days to
learn about human-computer interaction, interfaces, and evaluation methods.
The winter school covered a broad range of topics including interactive
graphics, virtual- and augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and computer
Contact DetailsDr. Florian Niebling
Phone: +49 (0) 931 31 88343
Room: 1.024 (Building Computer Science / Physics, Hubland South)
Consultation-Hour: Mon 10-11h and by appointment
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