Ye Zhao is a full professor in the Department of Computer Science at the Kent State University. He has been working in the field of visualization and computer graphics for more than 20 years and published numerous refereed technical papers. He has served in many program committees and is currently an associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics. His research has been supported by multiple extramural grants. Ye Zhao received his PhD degree in computer science from the Stony Brook University, State University of New York in 2006.

Teaching:

Information Visualization (Spring 2022)

Research Interests:

        Data Science: Big Data Analytics and Visualization    

        Artificial Intelligence: Visual Explanation of Deep Learning Models and Applications 

        Smart City and Intelligent Transportation: Urban Mobility, Visual, and Geo-coded Data Analysis

        Image Processing: Scientific Image Classification; Medical Image Processing with GPUs 

        Simulation and Modeling: Physically Based Fluid Modeling and Flow Simulation 

        Computing Systems: Open Software for Data Analysis, Management, and Visualization 


Last modified on 01/18/2022