Conny Walchshofer

Conny Walchshofer

I’m a PhD student and Project Assistant in the Visual Data Science Lab. My research focuses on interaction provenance using dimensionality reduction techniques and onboarding for interactive visualizations.

I received my Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering at University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien and my Masters degree in Human-Centered Computing at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Campus Hagenberg, working on the identification of cognitive load with the physiological measurement technique heart-rate variability (HRV). As I had grown increasingly interested in the perception of multidimensional visualization techniques, I decided to transition to visualization research for my PhD.

I am an external lecturer for Management Reporting und Visual Analytics at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Campus Steyr at the Institut of Accounting, Controlling, and Financial Management.



Peer-Reviewed Journal and Conference Papers

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Matej Vukovic, Vaishali Dhanoa, Markus Jäger, Conny Walchshofer, Josef Küng, Petra Krahwinkler, Belgin Mutlu, Stefan Thalmann
A Forecasting Model-Based Discovery of Causal Links of Key Influencing Performance Quality Indicators for Sinter Production Improvement
Iron & Steel Technology, 2021

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Kai Xu, Alvitta Ottley, Conny Walchshofer, Marc Streit, Remco Chang, John Wenskovitch
Survey on the Analysis of User Interactions and Visualization Provenance
Computer Graphics Forum, EuroVis STAR 2020 (Early Access), 2020