Raghavendra and Adhitya's poster wins the Best Poster Award in the SciVis track at IEEE VIS 2017.
(13/09/2017)

Raghavendra and Adhitya's poster entitled Edit distances for comparing merge trees wins the Best Poster Award in the SciVis track at IEEE VIS 2017.
Raghavendra and Adhitya's poster is accepted at IEEE SciVis 2017.
(21/07/2017)

Raghavendra and Adhitya's poster entitled Edit distances for comparing merge trees has been accepted for presentation at IEEE SciVis 2017.
Nithin to be awarded Best PhD Thesis Award from CSA.
(22/6/2017)

Nithin has been selected for Best PhD Thesis Award from the Department of Computer Science and Automation for his thesis entitled Morse-Smale complexes: Computation and applications. He will receive the award during the convocation ceremony on July 5, 2017. He had earlier received the IBM Outstanding PhD thesis award also.
Giri's paper on computing contour tree for higher order interpolants accepted at EuroVis.
(30/3/2017)

Paper entitled Computing contour trees for 2D piecewise polynomial functions co-authored by Girijanandan Nucha, Georges-Pierre Bonneau, Stefanie Hahmann and Vijay Natarajan has been accepted at EuroVis, 2017.
Nithin awarded IBM Outstanding PhD thesis award.
(17/3/2017)

Nithin was awarded IBM Outstanding PhD thesis award for his thesis entitled Morse-Smale complexes: Computation and applications.
Vijay Natarajan awarded Swarnajayanti Fellowship.
(28/12/2016)

Vijay Natarajan has been awarded the DST Swarnajayanti Fellowship 2015-16. Under this scheme, a selected number of young scientists, with proven track record, are provided special assistance and support to enable them to pursue basic research in frontier areas of science and technology.
Talha wins best poster award at ICVGIP Doctoral Symposium.
(21/12/2016)

Talha Bin Masood won the best poster presesntation award for his poster entitled Geometric and topological methods for visualizing channel and cavity structures in biomolecules, in the Doctoral symposium of ICVGIP 2016.
IISc logo landscape created by Talha and Akash featured on IISc website.
(4/11/2016)

IISc logo landscape created by Talha Bin Masood and Akash Anil Valsangkar was featured on IISc website as a part of IISc Research Insignia series. More details are available here.
Abhishek and Talha's paper on Max-Morse matching accepted in CGTA.
(24/10/2016)

Paper entitled Approximation algorithms for Max Morse matching co-authored by Abhishek Rathod, Talha Bin Masood and Vijay Natarajan has been accepted for publication in Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications.
Robust cavities featured on the cover of VMLS III.
(01/06/2016)

The book chapter entitled Extraction of robust voids and pockets in proteins was featured as the cover image of the book Visualization in Medicine and Life Sciences III, Springer-Verlag, Mathematics and Visualization Series, 2016.
Nithin's paper on software for Morse-Smale complex accepted as a book chapter.
(15/02/2016)

Paper entitled Efficient software for programmable visual analysis using Morse-Smale complexes co-authored by Nithin Shivashankar and Vijay Natarajan has been accepted as a book chapter in Topological Methods in Data Analysis and Visualization IV, Springer-Verlag, Mathematics and Visualization Series, 2016.
Book chapter on robust cavities accepted in VMLS.
(15/02/2016)

Paper entitled Extraction of Robust Voids and Pockets in Proteins co-authored by Raghavendra Sridharamurthy, Talha Bin Masood, Harish Doraiswamy, Siddharth Patel, Raghavan Varadarajan, and Vijay Natarajan has been accepted for publication as a book chapter in Mathematical Methods for Visualization in Medicine and Life Sciences, Springer-Verlag, Mathematics and Visualization Series, 2016.
Talha's paper on connecting biomolecular cavities accepted at IEEE PacificVis 2016.
(26/01/2016)

Paper entitled An integrated geometric and topological approach to connecting cavitites in biomolecules co-authored by Talha Bin Masood and Vijay Natarajan has been accepted at IEEE PacificVis, 2016.
Nithin and Sonali's paper on molecular surface alignment to appear in BMC Bioinformatics.
(25/12/2015)

Paper entitled MS3ALIGN: An efficient molecular surface aligner using the topology of surface curvature co-authored by Nithin Shivashankar, Amrisha Bhosle, Sonali Patil, Nagasuma Chandra and Vijay Natarajan, has been accepted for publication in BMC Bioinformatics. The software is available at here.
Dilip's PhD thesis selected for the IBM-IISc best thesis award.
(19/11/2015)

IBM awarded Dilip an award for Best PhD Thesis from CSA for his work on Symmetry in Scalar Fields. The award was awarded jointly to Dilip Thomas and P. Balamurugan.
Nithin's paper on exploration of cosmic filaments accepted in TVCG.
(30/07/2015)

Paper entitled Felix: A topology based framework for visual exploration of cosmic filaments co-authored by Nithin Shivashankar, Pratyush Pranav, Vijay Natarajan, Rien van de Weygaert, E. G. Patrick Bos, and Steven Rieder has been accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Graphics.
Short paper on similarity in flow fields accepted in EuroVis 2015.
(27/04/2015)

Paper entitled Clustering moment invariants to identify similarity within 2D flow fields co-authored by Roxana Bujack, Jens Kasten, Vijay Natarajan, Gerik Scheuermann and Kenneth Joy has been accepted as a short paper in EuroVis 2015.
Talha's paper on molecular channels accepted in BMC Bioinformatics.
(20/03/2015)

Paper entitled ChExVis: a tool for molecular channel extraction and visualization co-authored by Talha Bin Masood, Sankaran Sandhya, Nagasuma Chandra and Vijay Natarajan has been accepted for publication in BMC Bioinformatics. The software is available at here.
Nithin's paper on Morse-Smale complex software accepted at TopoInVis 2015.
(09/03/2015)

Paper entitled Efficient computational topology software for in-situ programmable visual analysis co-authored by Nithin Shivashankar and Vijay Natarajan has been accepted at workshop on Topology-Based Methods in Visualization (TopoInVis), 2015. More details about the software available here.
Vidya and Dilip's paper on scalar field similarity accepted at Pacific Vis 2015.
(10/01/2015)

Paper entitled Distance between Extremum Graphs co-authored by Vidya Narayanan, Dilip Mathew Thomas and Vijay Natarajan has been accepted at Pacific Vis, 2015.