Visualization is a process of presenting data and algorithms using graphics and animations to help people understand or see the inner workings. It’s the work of Ching-Kuang “CK” Shene. “It’s very fascinating work,” Shene says. “The goal is to make all hidden facts visible.” Shene helps students and professionals learn the algorithm—the step-by-step formula—of software . . .
Professor Ching-Kuang Shene (CS) has received $53,396 from NSF through the University of Notre Dame for the first year of a potential two-year research and development project totaling $67, 216, “CGV: Small:Graph-Based Techniques for Visual Analytics of Big Scientific Data.”
Drs. Jean Mayo, Ching-Kuang Shene and Chaoli Wang of MTU and Dr. Steven Carr of Western Michigan University, have been awarded $199,164 from the National Science Foundation to develop materials to educate students on modern access control models and systems. Educating students in this area is important for keeping the nation’s computer resources secure. Access . . .