I am currently a PhD student with the Visualization and data analysis group at the University of Vienna. My primary research interest is using visualization to understand multi-dimensional spaces. I also dabble in machine learning and functional programming. I am particularly a fan of the Haskell and Purescript languages.
- June 07, 2018
- Conference presentation Risk fixers and sweet spotters, Eurovis conference, Brno, Czechia.
- June 06, 2018
- Conference presentation Hypersliceplorer, Eurovis conference, Brno, Czechia.
- June 04, 2018
- Publication Torsney-Weir, Thomas, Torsten Möller, Michael Sedlmair, and R. Mike Kirby. “Hypersliceplorer: Interactive visualization of shapes in multiple dimensions,” Computer Graphics Forum. 2018.
- June 04, 2018
- Publication Torsney-Weir, Thomas, Shahrzad Afroozeh, Michael Sedlmair, and Torsten Möller. “Risk fixers and sweet spotters: A study of the different approaches to using visual sensitivity analysis in an investment scenario,” EuroVis 2018 - short papers. 2018.
- April 03, 2018
- Phd Defense I got my PhD!
- January 10, 2017
- Guest lecture Visualization of machine learning algorithms, JKU Linz.
- January 8, 2017
- Guest lecture Tuner, MedVis 2, TU Wien.
- November 30, 2017
- Invited talk Slicing multi-dimensional spaces, Discrete geometry seminar, Freie University Berlin.
- June 12, 2017
- Publication Torsney-Weir, Thomas, Michael Sedlmair, and Torsten Möller. “Sliceplorer: 1D slices for multi-dimensional continuous functions,” Computer Graphics Forum. 2017.