I am an Associate Professor of computer science and
engineering within the James Worth Bagley College of
State University. I work with data stakeholders on their tasks while at the same time delving the limits of visualization. To these ends, I focus on visualization theory, interactive visual analytics, and applications such as bioinformatics and security visualization. Fundamentally, I help others solve their problems. I teach courses revolving around visualization and visual analytics; in addition, I frequently teach the computer graphics and game design courses.
For more academic information, my curriculum vitae is available, along with my list of publications. Students interested in working with me should read my student information page.
I am also Graduate Coordinator for the Department. Applicants and graduate students looking for information should see our graduate information pages.
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