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The visualization group at the UiB dep. of informatics in Bergen, Norway, offers a number of courses for students who specialize in visualization.   Most courses are part of a Master studies plan, specialized on visualization.  

Fall Courses
Spring Courses

Computer Graphics, INF251

Base course in computer graphics, including basics of modeling, shading, and rendering.

   image the PhD thesis of Stephan Mantler (Univ. of Vienna)

VisSeminar, INF358

Seminar in visualization: data types and tools in visualization, how to research and present. 


   image = result from a research cooperation with and


Visualization, INF252

Base course in visualization, including visualization basics, volume & flow visualization, and information visualizaiton.

   image is based on a visualization by Markus Hadwiger at

VisComp, INF250

Foundations of data-oriented visual computing.

New course in spring semester 2016, more information will follow soon.


All Year Courses

VisProject, INF219/INF319

Project in visualization: hands-on experience by implementing a visualization assignment.

   image = result from a previous student project at Univ. of Vienna


Master Thesis

The Master thesis project is the fundamental part of the Master study programme in Visualization.


Previous Courses

VisSpecial, INF359

Selected topics in visualization put emphasis on essential visualization theoretical background.

   periodic blue sky bifurcation, (polygonal model courtesy of Tino Weinkauf and Holger Theissel)


 Last change: Helwig Hauser, 2008-07-07