News & Updates
02.2015: Reprising IPC duties for BioVis 2015.
02.2015: Interview travel has begun! Excited to see what the coming months hold.
12.2014: At Umeå University's Genres of Scholarly Knowledge Production to talk about visualization in the humanities.
11.2014: Received the Mitsubishi Electric Research Lab's Best Student Paper Award at CIC22 for "Adapting Color Difference for Design"(w. Stone and Gleicher).
10.2014: Ran the DHRN "How to Think About Data" workshop.
10.2014: Received Honorable Mention at the McPherson Eye Research Institute Best Student Presentation Competition for my work in lightness constancy for surface visualization.
10.2014: Gave a talk on perception and visualization at the McPherson Eye Institute's MERI at a Glance Symposium.
09.2014: "Navigating Reductionism and Holism in Evaluation" (w. Correll, Alexander, Sarikaya, and Gleicher) accepted to the 2014 BELIV workshop.
09.2014: Inaugural Digital Humanities Research Network workshop meeting.
07.2014: Two papers accepted to CIC22: "Adapting Color Difference for Design" (w. Stone and Gleicher), and "An Engineering Model for Color Discriminability as a Function of Size" (w. Stone and Setlur).
05.2014: Presented "Ensemble Processing of Color and Shape: Beyond Mean Judgments" (w. Correll, Gleicher, and Franconeri) at VSS 2014.
05.2014: Received A.W. Mellon Workshop grant to start the Digital Humanities Research Network (w. DeRose, Steenson, Alexander, Armstrong, Burkert, Easter, Stommel, and Vareschi).
04.2014: Presented "Task-Driven Evaluation of Aggregation in Time Series Visualization" (w. Correll and Gleicher) at CHI 2014.
02.2014: "Visualizing Validation of Protein Surface Classifiers" (w. Sarikaya, Mitchell and Gleicher) accepted to EuroVis 2014.
10.2013: Won Best SciVis Poster at IEEE VIS for "Lightness Constancy in Surface Visualization" (w. Sarikaya and Gleicher).