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Erik Sundén

Technology Manager, Head of Unit

Technology Manager at Norrköping Visualization Center C, and head of the unit for Applied Visualization.


As a Technology Manager at Norrköping Visualization Center C, Erik Sundén has overall responsibility for the installation, operation and maintenance of the technical infrastructure in the visualization environments, especially the dome theater and  other environments focusing on virtual reality in the center. He is responsible for the C-Tech group, which consists of technical engineers and researchers who, among other things, conducts on-call technical support for the center. He is also head of the unit for applied visualization.

Erik is also an active developer on most projects using the environments, and manages/engages in the development of open-source tools to make it easier for anyone to use the technologically advanced environments, with primary focus on real-time applications. He conducts various productions and research projects in the field of applied visualization, with the aim of lifting the center's range of applications and enhance the inspiration of visualization and science for the center's visitors.

Erik has a M.S. degree in Media Technology from Linköping University since 2010.



Lonni Besançon, Konrad Schönborn, Erik Sundén, He Yin, Samuel Rising, Peter Westerdahl, Patric Ljung, Josef Wideström, Charles Hansen, Anders Ynnerman (2022) Exploring and Explaining Climate Change: Exploranation as a Visualization Pedagogy for Societal Action


Daniel Jönsson, Peter Steneteg, Erik Sundén, Rickard Englund, Sathish Kottravel, Martin Falk, Anders Ynnerman, Ingrid Hotz, Timo Ropinski (2020) Inviwo - A Visualization System with Usage Abstraction Levels IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, Vol. 26, p. 3241-3254 Continue to DOI


Daniel Jönsson, Erik Sundén, Gunnar Läthén, Isabelle W. Hachette (2017) Method and system for volume rendering of medical images
Erik Sundén, Ingemar Lundgren, Anders Ynnerman (2017) Hybrid Virtual Reality Touch Table: An immersive collaborative platform for public explanatory use of cultural objects and sites. GCH'17 proceedings, EUROGRAPHICS Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage Continue to DOI


Erik Sundén, Sathish Kottravel, Timo Ropinski (2015) Multimodal volume illumination Computers & graphics, Vol. 50, p. 47-60 Continue to DOI