My research centers around applications of visualization, computational
modeling, computer graphics, and computer science to ocean science and product design
disciplines. Particular interests include visualization of multivalued
multidimensional ocean sensor and modeling data, comparisons of virtual and non-virtual
environments for scientific tasks, and applications of art and perception to visualization.
These interests align with David Laidlaw's Visualization Research Lab (VRL) which
originated my interest in working at Brown.
I earned my PhD from U Washington while working in the
Center for Environmental Visualization group on campus.
My PhD applied computer science research (started during a Masters in Computer Science program at the
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) to an interdisciplinary
Systems Engineering focus for the PhD. I obtained a Masters in Information Science from
U Wisconsin which continues to inspire much of my research.
I work to contribute my research through publications and teaching experience.
RISD CE Faculty
My role within the RISD web design + interactivity
program contains a source of information on what I teach and where I apply research results.
Questions, comments, suggestions? E-mail me:
bruce_campbell [at] brown.edu
Providence, RI 02912