Tim Lammarsch

I am a computer scientist with a strong scientific background in Visual Analytics. I got my PhD from Vienna University of Technology in 2010 while working as a research associate at the Department of Information and Knowledge Engineering (ike) at Danube University Krems (DUK), Austria. My diploma (graduate) degree in computer  engineering is from the University of Mannheim, Germany.

My particular focus is research in the field of Visual Analytics, Visualization with focus on Information Visualization, Temporal Data Mining, Human-Computer Interaction, and Interactive Computer Graphics. A particular focus is research into the structural composition of time and time-oriented data, and combining time with other data aspects, like space or networks. Beyond research, I have long-time experience in software development and typesetting.

While being the senior researcher of the research project HypoVis in 2011-2014, I participated in developing the TimeBench data model and software library for Visual Analytics of time-oriented data.


2007–2010 PhD studies at Vienna University of Technology, Austria
1999–2005 Diploma (graduate) studies at the University of Mannheim, Germany
1990–1999 Highschool
1986–1990 Primary school


Starting 2017 Self-employed consultant and software developer in Klosterneuburg, Austria
2014–2016 Assistant professor at MODUL University Vienna, Austria
2011–2014 Research associate at Vienna University of Technology, Austria
2007–2010 Research associate at Danube University Krems, Austria
2005–2007 Software developer at mediDOK GmbH, Dossenheim, Germany
2002–2003 Student research assistant the University of Mannheim, Germany
1999–2001 Webdesigner and software developer at MBIT GmbH, Mannheim, Germany
1994–1995 Freelance typesetter for Thomson Publishing, Bonn, Germany


2008 “Karl Ritter von Ghega” award of Lower Austria:
recognition of excellent innovation for the research project DisCo
2001 Team award for best Cludeo AI at the University of Mannheim, Germany
1999 Highschool graduation awards for computer science, mathematics, chemistry, and best total result
1996 Juvenile award of the city of Mannheim, Germany
1995 Juvenile award of the city of Mannheim, Germany

More Information can be found on the research and teaching pages.

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