How can we make rich visual analysis of structured data easy for a wide audience?
This question, and the many design, engineering and compuational challenges around it, are the driving force of my work. My solutions become part of Keshif, a visual exploratory data analysis tool, publicly available and built for the modern web. I am happy to call Human Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL) my research home.
Previously, I worked on high performance visual computing using GPUs, multi-resolution terrain rendering, physical deformation simulation, and developed OpenREng (OpenRenderingEngine).Ph.D. CandidateSep. 2010 - Current