I have a variety of research and academic interests. The technical fields that grab my attention are:

  • Information Visualization (InfoVis)
  • Visual Analytics
  • Human Computer Interaction (HCI)
  • Augmented Reality
  • Computer Vision
  • Autonomous Robotics
  • Underwater Robotics
  • and Machine Learning

Obviously, there’s a connection between all of these and I believe cross-field research can provide many answers – even to questions no one thought about asking.


Erdős Number

My Erdős number is 5.

1. Paul Erdős coauthored with Charles Kam-tai Chui

I. Borosh, C. K. Chui and P. Erdős.
On changes of signs in infinite series. (Russian summary)
Anal. Math. 4 (1978), no. 1, 3–12.

2. Charles Kam-tai Chui coauthored with Larry L. Schumaker

C. K. Chui and L. L. Schumaker
On spaces of piecewise polynomials with boundary conditions. I. Rectangles. Multivariate approximation theory, II (Oberwolfach, 1982), 69–80, Internat. Ser. Numer. Math., 61, Birkhäuser, Basel-Boston, Mass., 1982.

3. Larry L. Schumaker coauthored with Helmut Pottmann

M. Neamtu, H. Pottmann and L. L. Schumaker
Dual focal splines and rational curves with rational offsets. (English summary)
Geometric modelling techniques (Anogia Academic Village, 1997). Math. Engrg. Indust. 7 (1999), no. 2, 139–154.

4. Helmut Pottmann coauthored with Hans Hagen

H. Hagen and H. Pottmann
Curvature continuous triangular interpolants. Mathematical methods in computer aided geometric design (Oslo, 1988), 373–384, Academic Press, Boston, MA, 1989.

5. Hans Hagen coauthored with Daniel Cernea

P. Olech, D. Cernea, S. Thelen, A. Ebert, A. Kerren and H. Hagen
V.I.P. – Supporting Digital Earth Ideas through Visualization, Interaction and Presentation Screens. 7th Taipei International Digital Earth Symposium (TIDES 2010), Taipei, Taiwan, May 2010.

For details, read the following pages about Paul Erdős and the Erdős Number Project.