Computer scientists in the team led by Professor Daniel Keim, professor of data analysis and visualization at the University of Konstanz, developed a visualization tool called “Coronavis” (abbreviated for “corona visualization”).
The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) decided to fund the new Research Institute Social Cohesion (RISC) with participation of the University of Konstanz for an initial period of four years.
Since 2 February 2020, the EUCLID study led by Konstanz psychologist Professor Britta Renner has been following the toughening coronavirus situation in Germany and around the world. Initial results and visualizations for Germany have now been published and will be updated regularly in the coming weeks.
University of Konstanz assists with coronavirus diagnostics: A team at the University of Konstanz, including Professor Christof Hauck, Dr Marcus Groettrup and Professor Thomas Mayer from the Department of Biology, is currently assisting with testing for the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2).