Ph.D. programs in scientific visualization

heirich at cns.caltech.edu heirich at cns.caltech.edu
Wed Jul 17 14:32:01 EST 1991


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In article <7796 at bgsuvax.UUCP>, bgsuvax!passalac at cis.ohio-state.edu writes...
> 
>Does anyone out there have any information on where Ph.D. programs in the 
>general area of scientific visualization might be located?
> 
>Thanks,
> 
>Paul Passalacqua
>passalac at andy.bgsu.edu

Cal Tech's computer science department has done cutting edge
graphics for visualization and simulation for several years.
They are part of a consortium that was recently funded to the
tune of multi-million dollars by NSF to pursue research in
scientific visualization.  They also have extensive supercomputer
support (including the "world's fastest computer", the Intel
Touchstone project) and a sophisticated base of users on campus
who actually want to try the tools out.  The main faculty member
is professor Allan Barr.

You can get more information by contacting the department of
computer science, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena CA,
91125.
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