Ken Joy and Claudio Silva Recognized for Achievements at IEEE Visualization 2014
LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 11 December 2014 – The IEEE Computer Society Visualization and Graphics Technical Committee (IEEE VGTC) has recognized University of California at Davis professor Ken Joy and New York University professor Claudio T. Silva for their achievements in visualization.
Joy, an emeritus computer science professor at UC Davis and director of its Institute for Data Analysis and Visualization, received the 2014 Visualization Career Award in recognition of his research in the mathematical representation of data for visualization and for service to the community.
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