The Dallas Institute for Interactive and Spatial Computing

Our Focus

The goal of the University of Texas Dallas Institute for Interactive and Spatial Computing (UT-DIISC) is to incorporate activities in a broad spectrum of disciplines such as computational geometry, computer graphics, high-dimensional data analysis, human-computer interaction, information visualization, multimedia, and virtual reality. These activities enhance knowledge and human performance through bioinformatics, physically based modeling and simulation, and training and education applications. The University of Texas Dallas Institute for Interactive and Spatial Computing was established at UT Dallas in Fall 2015 with members from academia, industry, and international research institutions.

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Computational Geometry

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Computer Graphics

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High Dimensional Data Analysis

Inaugural Workshop

Most Recent: December 4th-5th, 2015

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Projects and Research

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Test Research 02

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DateOctober 10, 2015
CategoriesSpatial Computing
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Test Research 01

Author(s)Test
DateOctober 10, 2015
CategoriesInteractive Computing
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    Test Research 02

    Spatial Computing

  • project

    Test Research 01

    Interactive Computing

Who We Are

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Dr. Balakrishnan Prabhakaran

Director

Dr. B. Prabhakaran is Professor of of Computer Science, in the University of Texas at Dallas. Prof B. Prabhakaran works in the area of multimedia systems. Currently, he is focusing on: (i) video and health-care data analytics; (ii) streaming of 3D video, animations, and deformable 3D models; (iii) content protection and authentication of multimedia objects; (iv) Quality of Service (QoS) guarantees for streaming multimedia data in wireless adhoc and mesh networks; and (v) collaborative virtual environments.

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Dr. Sergey Bereg

Associate Director

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Dr. Ovidiu Daescu

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Dr. Xiaohu Guo

Dr. Guo is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at University of Texas at Dallas. His research interests include computer graphics, computer animation, and visualization, with an emphasis on geometric modeling, processing, and physics-based deformation. His current researches at UTD are focused on: mesh generation, centroidal Voronoi tessellation, spectral geometric analysis, deformable models, GPU algorithms, 3D and 4D medical image analysis, etc.

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Dr. Kang Zhang

Dr. Kang Zhang is Professor of Computer Science and Director of Visual Computing Lab, Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, also Professor of Arts and Technology, School of Arts and Humanities, at the University of Texas at Dallas. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Soochow University and University of Electronic Science and Technology of China.

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Dr. Ryan McMahan

Dr. Ryan P. McMahan is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science and of Arts and Technology at UT Dallas. He directs the Future Immersive Virtual Environments (FIVE) Lab. His research focuses on using immersive VR technologies to promote learning and to provide training solutions that are better than real-world exercises.

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Dr. Benjamin Raichel

Dr. Raichel is an Assistant Professor at The University of Texas at Dallas. His research interests lie broadly in Computer Science Theory, but primarily he works on problems in Computational Geometry and Geometric Approximation Algorithms.

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Dr. Haim Schweitzer

Dr. Haim is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at The University of Texas at Dallas. His research interests are in computer vision, machine learning, and related Internet technology.

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