Interactive Exploration of Multidimensional YouTube Data Using the GPLOM Techniquewon the Best Poster Award at VINCI 2016!
Unboxing Cluster Heatmapshas been accepted to BioVis 2016!
|2016.06.23||Our short paper (with 2 undergraduate CS students) and poster (with 2 graduate CS students) have been accepted to VINCI 2016!|
|2016.06.01||Our workshop on Innovations in Pedagogy of Data Visualization was accepted to IEEE VIS 2016.|
|2016.05.06||I received the Innovation in Teaching and Technology Award from the Center for Instruction and Technology (CIT).|
|2016.02.07||Our lineup for the Spring 2016 Data Visualization Speaker Series is up!|
I graduated with my Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of California, Davis under the guidance of Matt Bishop, Sean Peisert, and many others at the SecLab. I received my B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, studying networking and computer security with Ken Dick and Blaine Burnham at the Peter Kiewit Institute. I have many research interests, including data visualization, computer security, and computer science education.