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published: March 2004
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November 7, 2010

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Anshuman Razdan
Arizona State University
Parnership for Research in Spatial Modeling
Tempe Arizona
Email: razdan@asu.edu

Dr. Anshuman Razdan is the Director of PRISM: Partnership for Research In Stereo Modeling at Arizona State University. His research interests include Computer-aided geometric design (CAGD) and Computer Graphics; NURB curves and surfaces Approximation, and use of high bandwidth networking for scientific visualization and feature segmentation. He is a PI on several NSF grants including a recent $2.1 M KDI grant on 3D Knowledge: Acquisition, Representation and Analysis (3DK). He has a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering and Ph D in Computer Science.

PRISM was established in spring 1996 at ASU to promote interdisciplinary research in the areas of 3D Data Acquisition, Visualization & Modeling, and Form Realization. PRISM researchers come from diverse backgrounds such as Biology, Fine Arts, Archaeology, Anthropology, Computer Science, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, to name a few. The common interest among various disciplines of visualizing 3D and higher dimensional data is the key motivation for PRISM.

Anshuman will present A Prototype Digital Library For 3D Collections: Tools To Capture, Model, Analyze, And Query Complex 3D Data