Director, Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI)
ahalt (at) cs.unc.edu
(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)
aikat (at) cs.unc.edu
(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.
Director of Graduate Admissions
ron (at) cs.unc.edu
(99) Ph.D. 2006, UC Berkeley. Medical robotics; motion planning; physically-based simulation; assistive robotics; medical image analysis.
(62) Ph.D. 1990, Texas. Real-time systems; distributed and concurrent algorithms; multicore computing; operating systems.
246 Brooks Building
mbansal (at) cs.unc.edu
(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.
ab (at) cs.unc.edu
Ph.D. 2017, UNC-Chapel Hill. Computer graphics; visual crowd tracking; data-driven crowd simulations; cognitive modeling; knowledge, reasoning, and planning for intelligent characters; GPGPU; multicore computing.
aberg (at) cs.unc.edu
(134) Ph.D. UC Berkeley, 2005. Computer vision, machine learning, recognition, detection, large-scale learning for computer vision, machine-learning analysis of fmri.
tlberg (at) 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.
Associate Chair for Academic Affairs
gb (at) cs.unc.edu
(beginning in Fall 2019)
samarjit (at) cs.unc.edu
(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.
(149) Ph.D. 2018, Georgia Tech. Broad topics in machine learning, including optimization, reinforcement learning, deep learning, kernel methods, and graphical models, and their applications.
dewan (at) cs.unc.edu
(63) Ph.D. 1986, Wisconsin. User interfaces; distributed collaboration; software engineering environments; mobile computing; access control.
psd (at) cs.unc.edu
(144) Ph.D. Illinois, 2015. Cyber-Physical Systems, Formal Methods, Control Theory, Hybrid Systems, Autonomy, Embedded and Real-Time Systems, Probabilistic Systems.
Associate Chair for Business Affairs
(135) Ph.D. 2005, Strategic Management, Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNC – Chapel Hill. Leadership, strategy, customer value creation, innovation & entrepreneurship, business development
jmf (at) cs.unc.edu
(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.
fuchs (at) cs.unc.edu
(11) Ph.D. 1975, Utah. Virtual environments; telepresence; future office environments; 3D medical imaging; computer vision and robotics.
kris (at) cs.unc.edu
(140) M.S. 2008, Brown. Computer science education, educational technology, internet systems, entrepreneurship.
nicholas (at) cs.unc.edu
(86) Ph.D. 2008, UNC-Chapel Hill. New media arts and poetics, digital communities, and digital-age ethics.
Director of Graduate Studies
jasleen (at) cs.unc.edu
(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.
Deputy Director, Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI)
239 Sitterson Hall
ashok (at) renci.org
(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.
lin (at) 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.
jmajikes (at) cs.unc.edu
(147) Ph.D. 2017, N.C. State. Computational and Design Techniques for a Semi-Autonomous Computerized Dog-Training System with Timing and Accuracy Performance Comparable to a Professional Dog Trainer.
dm (at) cs.unc.edu
kmp (at) cs.unc.edu
(80) Ph.D. 1999, UC Berkeley. Multimedia systems; networking; multicast applications.
mcmillan (at) cs.unc.edu
(87) Ph.D. 1997, UNC-Chapel Hill. Computational biology; genetics; genomics; bioinformatics; information visualization; data-driven modeling; image processing; imaging technologies; computer graphics.
fabian (at) cs.unc.edu
(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.
mn (at) cs.unc.edu
nirjon (at) cs.unc.edu
(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).
joliva (at) cs.unc.edu
(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.
pizer (at) cs.unc.edu
(6) Ph.D. 1967, Harvard. Image display and analysis; medical imaging; human and computer vision; graphics.
plaisted (at) cs.unc.edu
(28) Ph.D. 1976, Stanford. Mechanical theorem proving; term rewriting systems; logic programming; algorithms.
319 Sitterson Hall
porter (at) cs.unc.edu
(138) Ph.D. 2010, Texas. Operating systems; virtualization; file systems; security; concurrent programming.
Director of Undergraduate Studies
pozefsky (at) cs.unc.edu
(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.
prins (at) cs.unc.edu
(33) Ph.D. 1987, Cornell. High performance computing: parallel algorithms, programming languages, compilers, and architectures; scientific computing with focus on computational biology and bioinformatics.
Associate Chair for Diversity and Inclusion
reiter (at) cs.unc.edu
(95) Ph.D. 1993, Cornell. Computer and network security; distributed systems; applied cryptography.
montek (at) cs.unc.edu
(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
smithfd (at) cs.unc.edu
(42) Ph.D. 1978, UNC-Chapel Hill. Computer networks; operating systems; distributed systems; multimedia.
snoeyink (at) cs.unc.edu
stotts (at) cs.unc.edu
(59) Ph.D. 1985, Virginia. Computer-supported cooperative work, especially collaborative user interfaces; software engineering, design patterns, and formal methods; hypermedia and web technology.
csturton (at) cs.unc.edu
(132) Ph.D. 2013, UC Berkeley. Computer and hardware security; applied formal methods for software security.
styner (at) cs.unc.edu
(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.
terrell (at) cs.unc.edu
(145) Ph.D. 2009, UNC-Chapel Hill. Software development, web application development, mobile application development, programming, functional programming.