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I am a professor working in areas related to Computer Graphics. These days, my main things are Data Visualization and Robotics, but I remain interested in animation, virtual reality, multimedia, ... A brief biography will tell you how I got here. You can see a reasonably current CV, but you probably are looking for papers, talks, or videos in date order.
My research these days is mainly about robotics and data science. With both, I am interested in how we can make them useful for people.
This semester (Fall 2019) I am teaching CS765 Data Visualization.
I have some pages with various Advice I generally give to students. This includes the format for status reports, what I'd like to see in Prelims and Theses, my grad school FAQ, but my advice on how to give a talk is still elsewhere.
You might be interested in my grad school FAQ. Come and talk to me if you're interested in data visualization, robotics, computer graphics or related topics.
If you're interested in joining our group, come talk to me! If you aren't a student at Wisconsin yet, please look at my grad school FAQ, particularly the last few questions.
Current Research Themes
Selected Past (but recent) Themes
My teaching schedule used to be regular, but now it changes every semester.
The classes I teach:
Older classes that might not get taught again for a while:
You can find other information on graphics group classes on the Graphics Group Courses Page.
Selected Recent Publications
I try to keep the complete list available here. Here are some selected recent ones:
w/Sarikaya and Szafir