Director, Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI)email@example.com | 919-445-9641
(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.
Chief Operating Officer, Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI)firstname.lastname@example.org | 919-590-6178
(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; data science.
Adjunct Associate Professor
McColl Term Associate Professor, UNC School of Information and Library Sciencejarguell@email.unc.edu
Ph.D. 2011, Language Technologies, Carnegie Mellon. Information retrieval, aggregated search systems and evaluation, search behavior, text data mining, machine learning, task-based search, search assistance.
John R. and Louise S. Parker Professormbansal@cs.unc.edu | 919-590-6042
(139) Ph.D. UC 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.
Adjunct Associate Professor
Research Scientist Manager, Facebook AItlberg@cs.unc.edu
(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.
William R. Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor
Department Chairsamarjit@cs.unc.edu | 919-590-6038
(148) Ph.D. 2003, ETH Zurich. Distributed embedded systems, hardware/software co-design, embedded control systems, low-power systems, energy storage systems, electromobility, and sensor network-based information processing.
Research Professorjmf@cs.unc.edu | 919-590-6003
(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.
Deputy Director, Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI)email@example.com | 919-590-6019
(137) Ph.D.1983, Florida. Data analytics with applications in healthcare and social science, high-end computing for modeling and simulation, advanced computational tools to improve industrial productivity through virtual product and process development, digital processing to extract information from images, audio and other signals.
John R. & Louise S. Parker Distinguished Professor Emerituslin@cs.unc.edu
(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.
Associate Professornirjon@cs.unc.edu | 919-590-6039
(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).
Assistant Professorjoliva@cs.unc.edu | 919-590-6158
(142) Ph.D. 2018, Carnegie Mellon. Machine learning, artificial intelligence, nonparametric statistics, deep learning, statistical data mining, signal processing, graphical models, generative models, kernel methods, scalability, complex datasets, optimization, density estimation.
Associate Professormontek@cs.unc.edu | 919-590-6132
(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
Research Associate Professor
Associate Professor, Psychiatrystyner@cs.unc.edu | 919-590-6209
(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.
Assistant Professordszafir@cs.unc.edu | 919-590-6049
(172) Ph.D. 2015, Wisconsin. Human-robot interaction (HRI); human-computer interaction (HCI); virtual, augmented, and mixed reality (VR/AR/MR); user-centered design; human-centered computing (HCC); aerial robotics; robotic technologies for space exploration; human-robot coordination and collaboration; educational technologies; robotic technologies for manufacturing.
Florida Hospital Endowed Chair in Healthcare Simulation, University of Central Floridawelch@cs.unc.edu
(71) Ph.D. 1996, UNC-Chapel Hill. Human motion tracking systems; 3D telepresence; projector-based graphics; computer vision and view synthesis; medical applications of computers.