Stan Ahalt

Professor
Director of the Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI)
239 Sitterson Hall
919-445-9641 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
ahalt (at) cs.unc.edu
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(82) Ph.D. 1986, Clemson. Signal, image, and video processing; high-performance scientific and industrial computing; pattern recognition applied to national security problems; high-productivity, domain specific languages.

Jay Aikat

Research Assistant Professor
314 Brooks Building
919-590-6178 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
aikat (at) cs.unc.edu
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(126) Ph.D. 2010, UNC-Chapel Hill. Experimental methods and models in networking research and education; measurement and modeling of Internet traffic, protocol benchmarking; Internet traffic generation, wireless networks, congestion control and active queue management.

Ron Alterovitz

Associate Professor
223 Sitterson Hall
919-590-6068 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
ron (at) cs.unc.edu
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(99) Ph.D. 2006, California-Berkeley. Medical robotics; motion planning; physically-based simulation; assistive robotics; medical image analysis.

James Anderson

Kenan Professor
Director of Graduate Admissions
112 Brooks Building
919-590-6057 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
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(62) Ph.D. 1990, Texas-Austin. Real-time systems; distributed and concurrent algorithms; multicore computing; operating systems.

Mohit Bansal

Assistant Professor

258 Sitterson Hall
919-590-6042 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
mbansal (at) cs.unc.edu

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(139) Ph.D., U.C. Berkeley, 2013. Statistical natural language processing and machine learning, with a focus on multimodal, grounded, and embodied semantics (i.e., language with vision and speech, for robotics), human-like language generation and Q&A/dialogue, and interpretable and structured deep learning.

Sanjoy K. Baruah

Professor
134 Brooks Building
919-590-6103 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
baruah (at) cs.unc.edu
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(78) Ph.D. 1993, Texas-Austin. Scheduling theory; real-time and safety-critical system design; computer networks; resource allocation and sharing in distributed computing environments.

Alexander C. Berg

Associate Professor
244 Sitterson Hall
919-590-6022 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
aberg (at) cs.unc.edu
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(134) Ph.D., U.C. Berkeley, 2005. computer vision, machine learning, recognition, detection, large-scale learning for computer vision, machine-learning analysis of fmri.

Tamara L. Berg

Associate Professor
236 Brooks Building
919-590-6018 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
tlberg (at) cs.unc.edu
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(133) Ph.D., UC Berkeley, 2007. Computer vision, natural language processing, integrating information from words & pictures, visual recognition & retrieval, visual social media and socio-identity, human-in-the loop recognition, gaze pattern analysis, image description generation, clothing recognition.

Gary Bishop

Professor
Associate Chair for Academic Affairs
255 Sitterson Hall
919-590-6186 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
gb (at) cs.unc.edu
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(39) Ph.D. 1984, UNC-Chapel Hill. Hardware and software for man-machine interaction; assistive technology; tracking technologies; 3D interactive computer graphics; virtual environments; image-based rendering.

 

Prasun Dewan

Professor
150 Brooks Building
919-590-6123 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
dewan (at) cs.unc.edu
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(63) Ph.D. 1986, Wisconsin-Madison. User interfaces; distributed collaboration; software engineering environments; mobile computing; access control.

Michael J. Fern

Professor of the Practice of Entrepreneurship
Associate Chair for Business Affairs
104 Sitterson Hall
919-590-6077 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)

fern (at) cs.unc.edu


(135) Ph.D. 2005, Strategic Management, Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNC – Chapel Hill. Leadership, strategy, customer value creation, innovation & entrepreneurship, business development

Jan-Michael Frahm

Associate Professor
246 Brooks Building
919-590-6003 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
jmf (at) cs.unc.edu
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(97) Ph.D. 2005, Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel, Germany. Structure from motion; camera self-calibration; camera sensor systems; multi-camera systems; multi-view stereo; robust estimation; fast tracking of salient features in images and video; computer vision; active vision for model improvement; markerless augmented reality.

Henry Fuchs

Federico Gil Distinguished Professor
216 Brooks Building
919-590-6211 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
fuchs (at) cs.unc.edu
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(11) Ph.D. 1975, Utah. Virtual environments; telepresence; future office environments; 3D medical imaging; computer vision and robotics.

Kevin Jeffay

Gillian Cell Distinguished Professor and Department Chair
116 Brooks Building
919-590-6238 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
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(40) Ph.D. 1989, Washington. Computer networking; operating systems; real-time systems; multimedia networking; performance evaluation.

 

Vladimir Jojic

Assistant Professor
319 Sitterson Hall
919-590-6116 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
vjojic (at) cs.unc.edu

(125) Ph.D. 2007, University of Toronto. Bioinformatics, computational biology, machine learning.

Kris Jordan

Lecturer
238 Sitterson Hall
919-590-6041 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
kris (at) cs.unc.edu

M.S. 2008, Brown. Computer science education, educational technology, internet systems, entrepreneurship.

Tessa Joseph-Nicholas

Senior Lecturer
114 Brooks Building
919-590-6230 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
nicholas (at) cs.unc.edu

(86) Ph.D. 2008, UNC-Chapel Hill. New media arts and poetics, digital communities, and digital-age ethics.

Jasleen Kaur

Associate Professor
136 Brooks Building
919-590-6066 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
jasleen (at) cs.unc.edu
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(88) Ph.D. 2002, Texas-Austin. Design and analysis of networks and distributed systems; high-speed congestion-control, resource management, Internet measurements, and transport protocols.

Anselmo Lastra

Professor
212 Brooks Building
919-590-6058 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
lastra (at) cs.unc.edu
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(52) Ph.D. 1988, Duke. Interactive 3D computer graphics; hardware architectures for computer graphics.

Ming C. Lin

John R. & Louise S. Parker Distinguished Professor
254 Brooks Building
919-590-6074 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
lin (at) cs.unc.edu
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(72) Ph.D. 1993, California-Berkeley. Physically based and geometric modeling; applied computational geometry; robotics; distributed interactive simulation; virtual environments; algorithm analysis; many-core computing.

Dinesh Manocha

Phi Delta Theta/Matthew Mason Distinguished Professor
250 Brooks Building
919-590-6049 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
dm (at) cs.unc.edu
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(58) Ph.D. 1992, California-Berkeley. Interactive computer graphics; geometric and solid modeling; robotics motion planning; many-core algorithms.

Ketan Mayer-Patel

Associate Professor
154 Brooks Building
919-590-6009 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
kmp (at) cs.unc.edu
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(80) Ph.D. 1999, California-Berkeley. Multimedia systems; networking; multicast applications.

Leonard McMillan

Associate Professor
311 Sitterson Hall
919-590-6078 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
mcmillan (at) cs.unc.edu
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(87) Ph.D. 1997, UNC-Chapel Hill. Computational biology; genetics; genomics; bioinformatics; information visualization; data-driven modeling; image processing; imaging technologies; computer graphics.

Fabian Monrose

Professor
336 Brooks Building
919-590-6063 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
fabian (at) cs.unc.edu
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(91) Ph.D., 1999, New York University. Computer and communications security and privacy; computer forensics; network security; operating system security; user authentication; data provenance; secure virtual enclaves.

Marc Niethammer

Associate Professor
219 Sitterson Hall
919-590-6149 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
mn (at) cs.unc.edu
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(98) Ph.D. 2004, Georgia Institute of Technology. Medical image analysis; shape analysis, image segmentation, deformable registration, image-based estimation methods.

Shahriar Nirjon

Assistant Professor
256 Sitterson Hall
919-590-6039 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
nirjon (at) cs.unc.edu
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(136) Ph.D. 2014, Virginia. Mobile Computing (OS, Services and Applications); Embedded Sensor Systems (Hardware-Software Co-Design, Wearables); Wireless Networks (Mobile, WSN, and other RF); Data Analytics for Mobile Systems (Mobile Health, IoT, and Cloud).

Stephen M. Pizer

Kenan Professor
222 Sitterson Hall
919-590-6085 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
pizer (at) cs.unc.edu
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(6) Ph.D. 1967, Harvard. Image display and analysis; medical imaging; human and computer vision; graphics.

David A. Plaisted

Professor
352 Sitterson Hall
919-590-6051 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
plaisted (at) cs.unc.edu
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(28) Ph.D. 1976, Stanford. Mechanical theorem proving; term rewriting systems; logic programming; algorithms.

Donald Porter

Assistant Professor

362 Brooks Building
919-590-6044 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
porter (at) cs.unc.edu

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(138) Ph.D. 2010, Texas. Operating systems; virtualization; file systems; security; concurrent programming.

 

Diane Pozefsky

Research Professor
Director of Undergraduate Studies
146 Brooks Building
919-590-6117 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
pozefsky (at) cs.unc.edu
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(93) Ph.D. 1979, UNC-Chapel Hill. Software engineering and environments; computer education; serious games design and development; social, legal, and ethical issues concerning information technology.

Jan F. Prins

Professor
Director of Graduate Studies
334 Brooks Building
919-590-6213 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
prins (at) cs.unc.edu
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(33) Ph.D. 1987, Cornell. High performance computing: parallel algorithms, programming languages, compilers, and architectures; scientific computing with focus on computational biology and bioinformatics.

Michael K. Reiter

Lawrence M. Slifkin Distinguished Professor
350 Brooks Building
919-590-6136 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
reiter (at) cs.unc.edu
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(95) Ph.D. 1993, Cornell. Computer and network security; distributed systems; applied cryptography.

Montek Singh

Associate Professor
234 Brooks Building
919-590-6132 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
montek (at) cs.unc.edu
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(84) Ph.D. 2002, Columbia. High-performance and low-power digital systems; asynchronous and mixed-timing circuits and systems; VLSI CAD tools; energy-efficient graphics hardware; applications to computer security; and emerging computing technologies

F. Don Smith

Research Professor
312 Brooks Building
919-590-6184 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
smithfd (at) cs.unc.edu
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(42) Ph.D. 1978, UNC-Chapel Hill. Computer networks; operating systems; distributed systems; multimedia.

Jack Snoeyink

Professor
329 Sitterson Hall
919-590-6069 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
snoeyink (at) cs.unc.edu
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(79) Ph.D. 1990, Stanford. Computational geometry; algorithms for geographical information systems and structural biology; geometric modeling and computation; algorithms and data structures; theory of computation.

David Stotts

Professor
144 Brooks Building
919-590-6133 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
stotts (at) cs.unc.edu
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(59) Ph.D. 1985, Virginia. Computer-supported cooperative work, especially collaborative user interfaces; software engineering, design patterns, and formal methods; hypermedia and web technology.

Cynthia Sturton

Assistant Professor and Peter Thacher Grauer Fellow
354 Brooks Building
919-590-6020 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
csturton (at) cs.unc.edu
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(132) Ph.D. 2013, UC, Berkeley. Computer and hardware security; applied formal methods for software security.

Martin Styner

Research Associate Professor (Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry)
225 Sitterson Hall
919-590-6209 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
styner (at) cs.unc.edu
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(94) Ph.D. 2001, UNC-Chapel Hill. Medical image processing and analysis including anatomical structure and tissue segmentation, morphometry using shape analysis, modeling and atlas building, as well as intra and inter-modality registration.

Mary C. Whitton

Research Associate Professor
232 Brooks Building
919-590-6150 (phone)
919-590-6105 (fax)
whitton (at) cs.unc.edu
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(81) M.S. 1984, N.C. State. Developing and evaluating technology for virtual and augmented reality systems; virtual locomotion; tools for serious games.