Graphics, Visualization and Human-Computer Interaction
Much of computer science is about transforming and representing information that enables or supports information processing, either by machines or humans. Graphics, visualization and human-computer interaction comprises the science, engineering and design of graphical, visual, informational and interactive representations for use by humans. At UC Davis, we study theories and principles fundamental to the construction and optimization of graphics, visualization and interactive systems, as well as applications and use of these technologies in a broader, interdisciplinary context.
Rendering, Modeling, Animation, Geometry
Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Interactive Dialog Systems
Natural Language Processing
Speech Processing, Language Processing, Interactive Dialog Systems
Social Networks, Privacy, Ethics
Scientific Visualization, Interactive Visualization, Big Data Visualization