Brian J. d'Auriol, Ph.D.





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Brian J. d'Auriol received the BSc(CS) and Ph.D. degrees from the University of New Brunswick (Canada) in 1988 and 1995, respectively. He has held various research and professorial appointments and positions in computer sciences and engineering at: SUNY Korea, Kyung Hee University, Korea; Ohio Supercomputer Center, The University of Texas at El Paso, The University of Akron, and Wright State University, USA; University of Manitoba, University of New Brunswick, Canada. He has organized and chaired the CIC2000-CIC2008 international conferences in the USA and HPCS'97 international symposium in Canada as well as being involved in varying capacities with many other international venues. He has published over 90 peer-reviewed papers in international journals and conferences. His research is described as visual enabled computing and includes: insightful serviceable visualizations aimed at understanding and knowledge, via learning, insight, impression and emotion to facilitate creativity and decision-making; exascale and beyond bandwidth optical conduit-based parallel computing; and design of a personal visualization assistant which is a big data application. He is a member of the ACM and IEEE (Computer Society).
Visual Enabled Computing
Visual Enabled Computing – V.E. Computing – is Dr. d’Auriol’s research group. We investigate, research and develop all aspects pertaining to present and future visualization-related applications including hardware convergence and hardware and software convergent technologies aimed at time, resource and mission critical activities in a high-speed and high-density visual information acquisition environment.
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Last Updated: 2017.08.11