Computational Visualization Center
Research Unit Profile
The Computational Visualization Center is a cross disciplinary effort whose mission is to develop and improve the core technologies for comprehensive computational modeling, simulation, analysis, and visualization of natural and synthetic phenomena, and then utilize them as an integrated tool for rapid discovery.
Web Site: http://cvcweb.ices.utexas.edu/cvc/
Research Unit Affiliated Faculty
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|Bajaj, Chandrajit||Computer Science; Statistics and Scientific Computation||* Distributed processing, * Algebraic computation * Computational structural biology * Computational geometry * Computer graphics * Image processing * Data compression * Scientific computation …|
|Bonnecaze, Roger||Chemical Engineering||Fluid mechanics of suspensions and emulsions, electrical impedance tomography, micromechanics of imprint lithography, self-assembly of nanoparticulate films.|
|Bovik, Alan||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Digital video communication, Image processing, Computational aspects of biological visual perception|
|Cormack, Lawrence||Psychology; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Sensory, perceptual, and computational aspects of human vision; inocular vision and stereopsis; the comparative physiology and evolution of vision; computational modeling of early visual processes; …|
|Demkowicz, Leszek||Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Computational Acoustics and Electromagnetics; hp-Adaptive Finite and Boundary Element Methods; Applied Functional Analysis Dr. Demkowicz' research combines applied mathematics, continuum and …|
|Dhillon, Inderjit||Computer Science; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Numerical Analysis, Scientific Computing, Data Mining, Statistical Pattern Recognition, Machine Learning, Clustering & Classification, Data Visualization, Bioinformatics, Parallel Computing. Dr. …|
|Diller, Kenneth||Biomedical Engineering||Low-temperature biology; Tissue banking; Burn injury; Computer vision Dr. Diller is an international authority on the application of the principles of heat and mass transfer and …|
|Engquist, Bjorn||Mathematics; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Mathematics: Computational & Applied.|
|Geisler, Wilson||Psychology||Visual sensation and perception; the problem of perceptual organization; the evolution of perceptual systems|
|Hughes, Thomas||Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics; Statistics and Scientific Computation||-Acoustics -Bioengineering -Complex Fluids -Computational Mechanics -Computational Geometry -Fluid Mechanics -Solid Mechanics|
|Moore, J||Computer Science||Mechanical theorum proving, formal methods of computer architecture, programming languages.|
|Nadasdy, Zoltan||Psychology||Brain stimulation and brain mapping. Visual perception. Neural coding and neuronal oscillations. Clinical electrophysiology, epilepsy and movement disorders. Human electrophysiology. Memory and the …|
|Oden, J||Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics; Mathematics||Computational Mechanics, Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations, Computational and Applied Mathematics Dr. Oden's research focuses on contemporary topics in computational …|
|Rodin, Gregory||Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics||-Fast Algorithms for Composite Materials -Mechanics of Ice -Creep Deformation and Fracture Dr. Rodin's research focuses on the modeling of materials on the basis of their microstructures.|
|Shapiro, Paul||Astronomy; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Cosmology; galaxy formation; the interstellar medium; the intergalactic medium; interstellar dust grains; astrophysical hydrodynamics|
|Wheeler, Mary||Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics; Mathematics; Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Primary research interest is in the numerical solutions of partial differential systems with applications to flow in porous media, geomechanics, surface flow, and parallel computation. Her numerical …|