Spatially Integrated Abstraction of Genetic Molecules

par Sarkis Halladjian

Projet de thèse en Informatique

Sous la direction de Tobias Isenberg et de Ivan Viola.

Thèses en préparation à université Paris-Saclay , dans le cadre de École doctorale Sciences et technologies de l'information et de la communication , en partenariat avec Centre INRIA Saclay - Île-de-France (laboratoire) , AVIZ - Analyse Visuelle (equipe de recherche) , Faculté des sciences d'Orsay (référent) et de Université Paris-Saclay. Graduate School Informatique et sciences du numérique (2020-....) (graduate school) depuis le 01-09-2017 .


  • Résumé

    This call for candidates for a PhD position in the field of visualization takes place within a scientific initiative of studying, understanding, and formalizing visual abstractions. By considering abstraction as a general transformation from data into meaningful visual stimuli, the project will address aspects of geometric abstraction, illumination abstraction, abstraction in terms of levels of detail, or other relevant aspects of visualization. In particular, this PhD work should focus on visual abstractions that are meaningful in context of studying DNA macromolecular structural composition and its organization into higher-level structures up to chromozomes. More details can be found in the attached PDF.

  • Titre traduit

    Abstraction spatiale intégrée de molécules génétiques


  • Résumé

    This call for candidates for a PhD position in the field of visualization takes place within a scientific initiative of studying, understanding, and formalizing visual abstractions. By considering abstraction as a general transformation from data into meaningful visual stimuli, the project will address aspects of geometric abstraction, illumination abstraction, abstraction in terms of levels of detail, or other relevant aspects of visualization. In particular, this PhD work should focus on visual abstractions that are meaningful in context of studying DNA macromolecular structural composition and its organization into higher-level structures up to chromozomes. More details can be found in the attached PDF.