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 +**03/05/2019: Excellent Phd thesis finished **\\
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 +Monique Meuschke has finished her excellent Phd thesis on computer-assisted exploration of cerebral bloodflow with an outstanding defense.
 +Monique developed a set of tools, integrated in an overall framework, that supports the analysis of scalar, vector and tensor data resulting from CFD simulations.
 +Variants of the flow, e.g. after simulated treatment with different devices can be compared. A special tool enables to cluster the (time-dependent) flow, to map it to a half sphere and finally to classify it according to known flow patterns that impose a different rupture risk. Monique was extraordinarily active in publishing her results leading to 3 IEEE TVCG papers and another 7 journal papers that appeared in the Computer Graphics Forum, IEEE CG&A and Computers & Graphics.
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 +In her dissertation she supported the entire workflow of evaluation with powerful tools. The methods are consistently tailored to the needs of medical researchers and fluid scientists and enable a better understanding of the complex simulation results. Among other things, their tools make it possible to analyze and abstract the blood flow and to classify it by means of an automated comparison with known flow patterns. In her doctoral phase, which lasted only 3.5 years, she summarized these papers in 10 journal publications, of which she is the first author of 7 of these publications. After an outstanding defense, her dissertation was awarded Summa Cum Laude.
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 +**25/03/2019:**\\
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 +{{:people:monique.jpg?nolink&70 |}}The Interdisciplinary Symposium for Women in the MINT Field (ISINA) took place at the TU Chemnitz on 25-26 March. The ISINA symposium is a platform for knowledge transfer and exchange on topics such as interdisciplinary research, success strategies as well as for passing on impulses for innovative forms of work. On two days, experts from science and business gave lectures on current topics from science and research. Embedded in the first day was the presentation of the nationwide ISINA “Best Poster Awards”. Here, posters were awarded that present the research subjects of bachelor's and master's theses as well as doctorates in a generally understandable way. Monique Meuschke applied for this prize with her doctoral thesis entitled “Visualization, Classification and Interactive Exploration of Risk Criteria for Cerebral Aneurysms”. Her submission was awarded with the 1st place.
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