Danielle Albers Szafir
Asst. Prof. of Information Science
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Visualization, Perception, Computer Graphics, & Data Science
Danielle directs the CU VisuaLab. She received her Ph.D. in CS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her B.S. in CS from the University of Washington. She is a Founding Faculty Member in the Department of Information Science, an Affiliate Professor of Computer Science, and a Fellow in the Institute of Cognitive Science.


Michael Iuzzolino
Ph.D. Student in Computer Science
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Space, Robotics, Visualization, & Neuroscience
Bio pending...


Stephen Smart
Ph.D. Student in Computer Science
Visualization, Data Science & Machine Learning
Stephen is a first year PhD student. He received his BS and MS in Computer Science from the University of Oklahoma. He is interested in how humans and machines can better understand and learn from the seemingly endless amount of data that is available in the world.


Matt Whitlock
Ph.D. Student in Computer Science
Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, & Design
Matt is a second year graduate student who has worked on projects in augmented reality, virtual reality, full-body interaction and visualization tools. He is interested in how we interact with novel technologies, including augmented reality, and how can leverage these technologies for useful, real-world applications.



Hemang Bansal
M.S. Student in Computer Science
Data Science & Analytics
Bio pending...


Pratima Sherkane
M.S. Student in Computer Science
Data Science, Analytics, & Visualization
Bio pending...


Hayeong Song
M.S. Student in Computer Science
Data Science, Natural Language Processing & Information Visualization
As a Master's student in computer science, Hayeong's research involves data analysis using data fusion, data processing and visual design. Her research interests include data science, data visualization, natural language processing, and machine learning.



Ryan Mustari
B.S. Student in Applied Math & Mech. E.
Mathematics, Statistics, & Analytics
Bio pending...


Tetsumichi Umada
B.S. Student in Computer Science & Linguistics
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Data Science, Machine Learning, & Data Mining
As an undergraduate student in the lab since 2016, Telly's research pursuits involve data visualization and machine learning. His broader research interests include deep learning, human-computer interaction, and artificial intelligence.

Alumni:

2016-2017: Dasha Pruss, now at the University of Pittsburgh, Philosophy of Science Department
2016-2017: Yogitha Mahadasu, M.S. in Computer Science, now at VISA
2016-2017: Praveen Deveraj, M.S. in Computer Science