David H. Laidlaw

David H. Laidlaw

Professor of Computer Science

Contact Information

Box 1910
Brown University
Providence, RI 02912
Email: dhl at cs.brown.edu
Personal home page:
http://www.cs.brown.edu/~dhl/

Research Areas

Computational Neuroscience
Computer Graphics
Scientific Visualization and Modeling
User Interfaces and Virtual Reality
Computational Biology

Courses Taught

CSCI1900   Software System Design
CSCI2370   Interdisciplinary Scientific Visualization
CSCI1370   Virtual Reality Design for Science

Research Interests

David Laidlaw is interested in visualization and modeling applications of computer graphics and computer science to other scientific disciplines. Applications give a real-world direction to computational research and are also compelling because they can provide concrete answers to questions about how our world works. He is working with researchers in, for example, archaeology, developmental neurobiology, medical imaging, orthopaedics, art, cognitive science, remote sensing, and fluid mechanics to develop new computational applications and to understand their strengths and weaknesses. Some applications he is particularly interested in are visualization of multivalued multidimensional imaging data, comparisons of virtual and nonvirtual environments for scientific tasks, and applications of art and perception to visualization.

All publications by David H. Laidlaw