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Dr. Deborah Silver
Deborah Silver is a Professor in the Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. She received a B.S. from Columbia University School of Engineering in 1984 and an MS. (1986) and a Ph.D. (1988) from Princeton University in Computer Science. Her area of research is in Scientific Visualization she has been a PI in the Vizlab at the CAIP Center, Rutgers University since joining the faculty in 1988. She has taught courses in Computer Graphics, Visualization, Data Structures, Software Engineering and Robotics. She is involved in different visualization projects including oceanic visualization, medical visualization, CFD visualization, and volume graphics. She has been co-chair of the papers session and program co-chair of the yearly IEEE Visualization conference, she has been Vice Chair of operations for the IEEE Technical Committee on Computer Graphics (1993-2000), and she has been on the editorial committee of the IEEE Transaction on Visualization and Computer Graphics (1995-2000).
• Ph.D. , Computer Science, Princeton
• Professor I, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, School of Engineering, Rutgers University
• Associate Dean for Professional and Continuing Education, School of Engineering, Rutgers University
• Internationally renowned expert in Scientific Visualization
• Active in IEEE technical committees and conference committees
• Worked with a number of small companies involved in commercializing research and holds patents in the area of specialized computer hardware.