Jian HuangJoint Institute for Computational Sciences (JICS)
University of Tennessee
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Dr. Huang is an associate professor in CURENT, as well as the associate director and co-PI for the Remote Data Analysis and Visualization Center (RDAV). After earning a Ph.D. in computer science from the Ohio State University, he started his academic career in 2001 at the University of Tennessee, where he became an assistant professor and then an associate professor in 2007. Thanks to support by his colleagues and great work by his students, he is a past winner of DOE Early Career Principal Investigator (ECPI) Award, UTK Chancellor's Professional Promise Award in Research and Creative Achievement, and College of Engineering Research Fellow Award. Dr. Huang was named "ACM Faculty of The Year" by EECS students for the academic year of 2009-2010.
His research expertise includes ultrascale scientific visualization areas such as large data visualization, multivariate data visualization and time-varying data visualization, as well as systems oriented areas of visualization such as parallel, distributed, remote and collaborative visualization. Dr. Huang's research has been funded by Department of Energy, National Science Foundation, NASA and UT-Battelle.