Robert Krueger

  • Assistant Professor



Robert Krueger is an assistant professor at the Department of Computer Science & Engineering at NYU Tandon. He is also a member of VIDA, the Visualization Imaging and Data Analysis Center at NYU. Previously, he held a joint appointment as a senior research scientist and subgroup lead at the Visual Computing Group (Prof. Pfister) at Harvard University and the Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology (Prof. Sorger) at Harvard Medical School. He received his Ph.D. (Dr. rer. nat.) at the University of Stuttgart, Institute for Visualization and Interactive Systems under Prof. Ertl.

His research lies in the field of scalable visualization and visual analytics for spatial and spatially-referenced multivariate data. He particularly focuses on biomedical and geographical application areas, including visual interfaces for biomedical image processing and analysis and for urban geography topics such as smart cities and mobility.


Organization Committees

VIM - Visualization and Image Data Management
is an interdisciplinary academic monthly meeting series of multiple institutions, research labs, university hospitals, and open source partners, working together on topics for biomedical imaging and analysis. Our mission is to provide a platform for research and educational exchange and to join efforts in developing and standardizing data formats, platforms and interfaces for analyzing and communicating biomedical imaging data.

SBA - Spatial Biology Association
It is the mission of the Spatial Biology Association to improve disease outcomes by advancing the science, development, and application of spatial biology through our core values of interaction/integration, innovation, translation, and leadership in the field.


Research Interests
Visualization, Visual Analytics, Human-Computer Interaction

Research Centers, Labs, and Groups