Chandrajit Bajaj

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Chandrajit BAJAJ

College of Natural Sciences


Chandrajit Bajaj is Computational Applied Mathematics Chair in Visualization and professor of computer sciences, director of the Computational Visualization Center at the Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences and a faculty member of the Institute of Neuroscience, Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology and the Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Dr. Bajaj’s research interests span the algorithmic and computational mathematics underpinnings of structural biology and biophysics, image processing, geometric modeling, computer graphics and visualization.

He applies these algorithms to (a) structure elucidation and reconstruction of spatially realistic models of molecules, organelles, cells, tissues and organs, (b) fast high-dimensional search and scoring procedures for identifying energetically favorable molecular binding conformations and (c) integrated approaches to computational modeling, mathematical analysis and interrogative visualization.


Spring 2008

Computational Visualization Seminar

Fall 2008

Geometric Modeling and Visualization, CS 384R
Computer Graphics, CS 354


Visualization Experience