Location: IBM Research, Austin, TX
E-mail: tomab at cs.wisc.edu
- May 24, 2006: Started as a full-time regular employee of the Human Ability and Accessibility Center at IBM Research in Austin.
- May, 2006: Presented "Integrating Dynamic Deformations into Interactive Volume Visualization" for Eurographics/IEEE-VGTC Symposium on Visualization 2006.
- July 1, 2004: I am now a CIBM (Computation and Informatics
in Biology and Medicine) pre-doctoral trainee for three years
- July 1, 2004: Doing some part-time work for the IBM Accessibility
- August 21, 2004: Poster abstract accepted for IEEE Vis 2004.
Apparently, only four posters were rejected.
- Summer 2004: Vascular Viz renamed
to CHIVE (Capillary Histology Imagery Visualization and Exploration).
Named as CIBM pre-doctoral fellow. Doing some part-time work for IBM.
Taking a visit to Austin, Siggraph in LA, and learning to sail.
- Spring 2004: First semester of research
over in the graphics lab, working on the Vascular Visualization project.
Taking Animation (777, Mike) and Distributed Systems (739, Remzi).
Makes for a long Wednesday.
- Fall 2003: TA for two discussion
sections of CS302. Took Graphics (559, Mike) and Advanced AI (731,
David Page). Was a pretty busy semester, but interesting.
I pretty much enjoy anything that requires some amount of running around.
I've been learning to sail somewhat with Barry on Soma (the cow boat).
Also been playing a little bit of soccer and ultimate, handball when
Ted is free, and a little bit of hockey gets mixed in in the winter.
I also got SCUBA (NAUI) certified during my undergrad, though I unfortunately
haven't used it since. These boats in the picture are the entry level
boats, though as of July 1st, I have not sailed in those.