Jurgen P. Schulze
Assoc Res Sci, Computer Science and Engineering
Immersive virtual reality, augmented reality, real-time rendering of large data sets, volume rendering, 3D user interfaces.
Dr. Schulze's research focus is on making interactive 3D visualization systems easier to use. This includes both the visual display of the data, and input paradigms. Dr. Schulze uses high-end clustered graphics systems, such as virtual reality CAVEs to immerse the user in the data, and he uses 3D tracked input devices and more recently smart phones and tablets to interact with the virtual reality system. Dr. Schulze is the director of the Immersive Visualization Laboratory (IVL) at UC San Diego’s Qualcomm Institute, the San Diego division of Calit2. In the CSE Department, Dr. Schulze teaches CSE 167 (Introduction to Computer Graphics) and CSE 165 (3D User Interfaces) and runs independent study projects in his laboratory at the Qualcomm Institute.
Jurgen Schulze is an Adjunct Professor in the computer science department and a Research Scientist at UC San Diego's Qualcomm Institute. He teaches computer graphics and 3D user interfaces. His research is in scientific visualization, immersive virtual environments, human-computer interaction, real-time volume rendering, and mobile devices for graphics applications. He holds an M.S. degree from the University of Massachusetts and a Ph.D. from the University of Stuttgart, Germany. After his graduation he spent two years as a post-doctoral researcher in the Computer Science Department at Brown University, before he joined UC San Diego in 2005.