Bischof, Hans-Peter

Professor of Computer Science (CS), B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences (GCCIS)
Ph.D: 
Computer Science, University of Osnabrück
Office: 
70-3005
Phone: 
(585) 475-5568
Fax: 
(585) 475-7100
Research: 
Scientific Visualization
High-Performance Computing
Language Design
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Background: 

RIT's Professor Hans-Peter Bischof received his PhD from the University of Osnabrueck/Germany. He spent five years researching compiler and language design, and moved from there to research on operating systems designs and distributed systems for a decade. His latest research area, visualization frameworks for scientific data, incorporates all three previous research areas. His visualization framework is a distributed operating system known as Spiegel that is programable in different specialized programming languages. His visualizations of numerical relativity simulations have been used by the History Channel, for a show entitled "The Universe: Cosmic Holes" and a number of science magazines.

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