|since 04/2003||Professor for Visual Computing, University of Konstanz|
|09/2000 − 03/2003||Professor, Dresden University of Technology|
|1996 − 2000|
Research and Teaching Assistant, Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg
|1996||Graduation, Institute for Operating and Dialogue Systems, University of Karlsruhe|
Prof. Deussen graduated at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and is now professor for visual computing at University of Konstanz (Germany) and visiting professor at the Shenzhen Institute of Applied Technology (Chinese Academy of Science). In 2014 he was awarded within the 1000 talents plan of the Chinese Government. He is vice speaker of the SFB Transregio "Quantitative Methods for Visual Computing" that is a large research project conducted together with University of Stuttgart. From 2012 to 2015 he served as Co-Editor in Chief of Computer Graphics Forum, currently he is Vice-President of Eurographics Association. He serves as an editor of Informatik Spektrum, the journal of the German Informatics Association and is the speaker of the interest group for computer graphics. His areas of interest are modeling and rendering of complex biological systems, non-photorealistic rendering as well as Information Visualization. He also contributed papers to geometry processing, sampling methods, and image-based modelling.
Please consult the publications page for a listing of his publications