I have had the good fortune of working with top researchers in Stony Brook University in scientific and information visualization and also in visual analytics. These collaborative projects have resulted in publications in the top journals in the visualization community.
I enjoy collaborating with those in other disciplines and have worked with researchers in microbiology, environmental chemistry and applied mathematics. My visualizations played an important role in these projects in revealing trends in data and significant characteristics of recursive formulas.
My dissertation work involved the investigation of subdivision volumes, which comprise a class of geometric shapes for representing volumetric objects of arbitrary topologies. Although my primary interest was in applications like virtual sculpting and interactive deformation, we also developed several new subdivision schemes along the way.