Our research

Research at Media and information technology

Media and information technology conducts internationally renowned fundamental and applied research. The division is a world leader in research on visualization of large data sets from for example medical imaging technologies and cameras that handle very wide ranges of light intensity.

The research at Media and information technology is headed by professor Anders Ynnerman. Below you can read more about the exciting research in the six research units, national and international research collaborations that we participate in, and our latest publications. Media and information technology hosts the research at Norrköpings Visualiseringscenter C, coordinated through C-research. 

The latest doctoral theses

Research units


C-research is a center for coordination of visualization research and for using visualization in research and education. It represents Linköping University in the Visualization Center C context.

Research collaborations


Publication list


Elias Elmquist, Kajetan Enge, Alexander Rind, Carlo Navarra, Robert Höldrich, Michael Iber, Alexander Bock, Anders Ynnerman, Wolfgang Aigner, Niklas Rönnberg (2024) Parallel Chords: an audio-visual analytics design for parallel coordinates Personal and Ubiquitous Computing Continue to DOI
Lonni Besançon, Guillaume Cabanac, Cyril Labbe, Alexander Magazinov (2024) Sneaked references: Fabricated reference metadata distort citation counts Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology Continue to DOI
Alina Pranovich, Jeppe Revall Frisvad, Sergiy Valyukh, Sasan Gooran, Daniel Nyström (2024) Empirical BRDF model for goniochromatic materials and soft proofing with reflective inks. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications Continue to DOI
Bengt Eliasson, Mark E Dieckmann, X Y Jiang, Zheng-Ming Sheng, C S Liu (2024) Role of spontaneous thermal emissionsin inflationary laser Raman instability Physics of Plasmas, Vol. 31, Article 053303 Continue to DOI
Conny Walchshofer, Vaishal Dhanoa, Marc Streit, Miriah Meyer (2024) Transitioning to a Commercial Dashboarding System: Socio-Technical Observations and Opportunities IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, Vol. 30, p. 381-391 Continue to DOI
S. Sandra Bae, Takanori Fujiwara, Anders Ynnerman, Ellen Yi-Luen Do, Michael L. Rivera, Danielle Albers Szafir (2024) A Computational Design Pipeline to Fabricate Sensing Network Physicalizations IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, Vol. 30, p. 913-923 Continue to DOI
Jimmy Hammarbäck, Björn J. E. Johansson, Jens Alfredson, Jonas Lundberg (2024) Modelling situated intent for human-autonomy teaming: a human-centric approach Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, p. 1-22 Continue to DOI
Milda Poceviciute, Gabriel Eilertsen, Claes Lundström (2024) Benefits of spatial uncertainty aggregation for segmentation in digital pathology Journal of Medical Imaging, Vol. 11 Continue to DOI