Niklas
Thür

Since October the 1st, 2015 he is working as a Student Researcher at the Media Computing Research Group.

Currently he is involved in the basic research project KAVA-Time which is funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF).

Education

  • Since 09/2014: Bachelor Media Technology, Specialication for Interactive Media.
  • 09/2007 - 06/2012: HTBLVA Spengergasse, Specialication for Media-Technologies.

Work Experience

  • 07/2012 - 08/2014: Java Developer at Art for Art Theaterservice GmbH and Freelancer for Web Design (including a 9 month break for the Community Service).

Recent Publications

Blumenstein, K., B. Leitner, N. Thür, A. Kirchknopf, M. Seidl, and W. Aigner, "LiveVis: Visualizing Results of Second Screen Surveys in Real Time at TV Stages", Workshop Vis in Practice - Visualization Solutions in the Wild, IEEE VIS 2017, Phoenix, Arizona USA, IEEE, In Press.
Blumenstein, K., M. Kaltenbrunner, M. Seidl, L. Breban, N. Thür, and W. Aigner, "Bringing Your Own Device into Multi-device Ecologies - A Technical Concept", Proceedings of the 2017 ACM on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces: ACM, In Press.
Wagner, M., A. Rind, N. Thür, and W. Aigner, "A Knowledge-Assisted Visual Malware Analysis System: Design, Validation, and Reflection of KAMAS", Computers & Security, vol. 67, pp. 1-15, 02/2017.
Schick, J., M. Wagner, N. Thür, C. Niederer, G. Rottermanner, P. Tavolato, and W. Aigner, "Supporting Knowledge-assisted Rule Creation in a Behavior-based Malware Analysis Prototype", Poster of the 14th Workshop on Visualization for Cyber Security (VizSec), Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 10/2017.
Thür, N., M. Wagner, J. Schick, C. Niederer, J. Eckel, R. Luh, and W. Aigner, "BiG2-KAMAS: Supporting Knowledge-Assisted Malware Analysis with Bi-Gram Based Valuation", Poster of the 14th Workshop on Visualization for Cyber Security (VizSec), Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 10/2017.

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