Malte Tinnus is a Senior Principal UX Designer in the Synthetic Biology group at Autodesk Research, collaborating with world leading researchers to envision the paradigms and tools needed to understand and exploit the intersection of design and life.
His current projects include designing a high performance molecular viewer, and creating advanced visual software for editing DNA constructs. He also has fun designing 3D models of some of the world's deadliest viruses, with the hope that by so doing, scientist will find cures more quickly.
Joseph Schaeffer, Michael Zyracki, Andrew Kimoto, Malte Tinnus, Yann Bertaud, Dion Amago, Florencio Mazzoldi, Merry Wang (2015)3D Visualization Of Cadnano And Protein Data Using A Cloud Streaming Framework For Web-Based Large Model Viewing
DNA21 2015 Posters and Short Talks:
21st International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming
Michael Zyracki, Andrew Kimoto, Malte Tinnus, Yann Bertaud, Dion Amago, Florencio Mazzoldi, Merry Wang (2015)3D Visualization Of Molecular Data Using A Cloud-Based Streaming Framework For Web-Based Large Model Viewing
2015 Posters and Short Talks:
The Fifth Symposium on Biological Data Visualization
Simulation updates the design
Optimization learns from the user
Interactive design variations interface
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