Marko Djuric is one of the contributors in the development and maintenance of the open source tools COVISE and VISTLE of the visualization department at HLRS. He develops software for scientific visualizations with focus on Virtual Reality (VR) for HPC. In his work as a research scientist, he deals with the visualization of hazard simulations of tsunamis or earthquakes and the analysis of indoor air flow in Building Information Modeling (BIM) systems, among other topics.
Djuric holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Stuttgart and is trained in applied computer science.
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