Fakultät Informatik

Dr. Marc Rautenhaus

Topics of Research

 Visualization of Numerical (Ensemble) Weather Predictions, Uncertainty Visualization, Interactive 3D Visualization, Meteorological Information Systems, Meteorological Visualization using OGC Web Services.

How to get in Touch

eMail:

 marc.rautenhaus(at)tum.de

Phone:

+49 89 289 19480

Fax:

+49 89 289 19462

Room:

02.13.057

Address:

Technische Universität München
Informatik 15 (Computer Graphik & Visualisierung)
Boltzmannstrasse 3
85748 Garching bei München
Germany

Software

I am the creator and lead developer of the meteorological 3D ensemble visualization software "Met.3D", a new software package that facilitates interactive 3D visualization of numerical ensemble weather predictions and other meteorological simuation and observation data. The software is actively developed at our chair and plays a central role in the the collaborative research centre " Waves to Weather".

Met.3D open-source repository:  https://bitbucket.org/wxmetvis/met.3d
Met.3D documentation:  https://met3d.readthedocs.org

I have also created the "Mission Support System", a Web Map Service based visualization tool that is used for weather forecasting and flight planning during aircraft based atmospheric research campaigns. I develop and maintain the software in cooperation with colleagues from the Forschungszentrum Jülich and the Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt.

MSS open-source repository:  https://bitbucket.org/wxmetvis/mss
MSS documentation:  https://mss.readthedocs.org

Publications

2016

 Visual Analysis of Spatial Variability and Global Correlations in Ensembles of Iso-Contours
F. Ferstl, M. Kanzler, M. Rautenhaus, and R. Westermann
 Computer Graphics Forum, 35: 221–230 (EuroVis 2016)

2015

2014

 GPU based interactive 3D visualization of ECMWF ensemble forecasts
M. Rautenhaus, C. M. Grams, A. Schäfler and R. Westermann
 ECMWF Newsletter, 138, 34-38, 2014

 Planning of aircraft measurements within a warm conveyor belt
A. Schäfler, M. Boettcher, C. M. Grams, M. Rautenhaus, H. Sodemann, H. Wernli
 Weather, 69(6), 161-166, 2014

2012

2011

 Thin and subvisible cirrus and contrails in a subsaturated environment
M. Kübbeler, M. Hildebrandt, J. Meyer, C. Schiller, Th. Hamburger, T. Jurkat, A. Minikin, A. Petzold, M. Rautenhaus, H. Schlager, U. Schumann, C. Voigt, P. Spichtinger, J.-F. Gayet, C. Gourbeyre, and M. Krämer
 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 11, 5853-5865, 2011

 Airborne observations of the Eyjafjalla volcano ash cloud over Europe during air space closure in April and May 2010
U. Schumann, B. Weinzierl, O. Reitebuch, H. Schlager, A. Minikin, C. Forster, R. Baumann, T. Sailer, K. Graf, H. Mannstein, C. Voigt, S. Rahm, R. Simmet, M. Scheibe, M. Lichtenstern, P. Stock, H. Rüba, D. Schäuble, A. Tafferner, M. Rautenhaus, T. Gerz, H. Ziereis, M. Krautstrunk, C. Mallaun, J. F. Gayet, K. Lieke, K. Kandler, M. Ebert, S. Weinbruch, A. Stohl, J. Gasteiger, S. Groß, V. Freudenthaler, M. Wiegner, A. Ansmann, M. Tesche, H. Olafsson, K. Sturm
 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 11, 2245-2279, 2011

2010

 In-situ observations of young contrails – overview and selected results from the CONCERT campaign
C. Voigt, U. Schumann, T. Jurkat, D. Schäuble, H. Schlager, A. Petzold, J.-F. Gayet, M. Krämer, J. Schneider, S. Borrmann, J. Schmale, P. Jessberger, T. Hamburger, M. Lichtenstern, M. Scheibe, C. Gourbeyre, J. Meyer, M. Kübbeler, W. Frey, H. Kalesse, T. Butler, M. G. Lawrence, F. Holzäpfel, F. Arnold, M. Wendisch, A. Döpelheuer, K. Gottschaldt, R. Baumann, M. Zöger, I. Sölch, M. Rautenhaus, and A. Dörnbrack
 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 10, 9039-9056, 2010

 Aerosol layers from the 2008 eruptions of Mount Okmok and Mount Kasatochi: In situ upper troposphere and lower stratosphere measurements of sulfate and organics over Europe
J. Schmale, J. Schneider, T. Jurkat, C. Voigt, H. Kalesse, M. Rautenhaus, M. Lichtenstern, H. Schlager, G. Ancellet, F. Arnold, M. Gerding, I. Mattis, M. Wendisch, S. Borrmann
 Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 115, D00L07, 18 PP., 2010

 

News

Matthias Niessner, our new Professor from Stanford University, offers a number of interesting topics for  master theses.

 

A new PhD/PostDoc position on  Computational Fabrication and 3D Printing is available at the Computer Graphics & Visualization group.

 

A new PhD position is available at the games engineering group.  Check it out here.