Met.3D is developed at the Regional Computing Center of Universität Hamburg and at the Computer Graphics & Visualization Group in the Department of Informatics of the Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany. The development was partly funded by the European Union under the ERC Advanced Grant 291372 SaferVis. Currently, we receive funding from the ERC Proof-of-Concept Grant "Vis4Weather" and the German Collaborative Research Centre Waves to Weather (see the W2W Cross-Cutting Activity "Visualization").
Met.3D research and development is led by Marc Rautenhaus, Universität Hamburg (previously TUM).
The Met.3D core development team currently consists of:
- Marc Rautenhaus, Universität Hamburg
- Bianca Tost, TUM
Met.3D is used and extended in a number of research projects in meteorological data visualization, in particular by:
We acknowledge the following individuals for their contribution:
- Mathias Kanzler, TUM
- Florian Ferstl, TUM
- Fabian Schöttl, TUM student
- Christoph Heidelmann, TUM student
- Florian Hauer, TUM student
- Max Bandle, TUM student
- Jessica Blankenburg, TUM student
- Raphael Kriegmair, LMU student
- Philipp Kaiser, TUM student
- Theresa Diefenbach, LMU student
- Robert Redl, LMU
- Alexander Thole, TUM student
We acknowledge support from ECMWF, in particular by Tim Hewson and Stephan Siemen and his group. Access to ECMWF data for our work has been kindly provided in the context of the ECMWF special project "Support Tool for HALO Missions".