David H. Laidlaw
Computer Science ,
Visualization Research Lab
My lab research pages
are the best source of information about
the research that my group and collaborators do.
My research centers around applications of visualization, computational
modeling, computer graphics, and computer science to other scientific
disciplines. Particular interests include visualization of multivalued
multidimensional imaging data, comparisons of virtual and non-virtual
environments for scientific tasks, and applications of art and
perception to visualization.
I earned my Computer Science PhD from Caltech while working in the
graphics group there.
My post-doctoral work, also at Caltech, was in the Fraser lab in the Beckman Institute (a
part of the
Biology division ).
The work of my group, the Visualization Research Lab (VRL), is
described in a set of
web pages outlining organizing themes, individual projects,
people, and other resources.
Some of the projects I am directing and participating in are also
described in the
scientific visualization pages of the Brown Graphics Group.
Check out the VR Wiki that my cs1951t class has been building.
My CV lists publications, teaching,
service, funding, and has links to papers.
Together with Mark Bastin at U. Edinburg and with support from NIH, we have acquired and made
available diffusion MRI data
from 80 normal adult volunteers at a range of ages.
List of all
publications at DPLP, and at PubMed
Questions, comments, suggestions? E-mail me:
Office: CIT 521
Box 1910, Computer Science Department
Providence, RI 02912
Computer Science Dept
115 Waterman St 4th floor
Providence, RI 02906
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