The University of Florida Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering welcomes six new faculty members.
Vincent Bindschaedler, Ph.D.
Dr. Bindschaedler’s research focuses on information security. His most recent work focuses on privacy-preserving data sharing and side channels. See Dr. Bindschaedler’s profile.
Philippa Brown, Ph.D.
Brown’s research focuses on human-centered computing. Before coming to UF, she worked for IBM as a data visualization software engineer. She earned her Ph.D. in computer science from The University of Georgia.
Sharon Lynn Chu, Ph.D.
Dr. Chu’s research focuses on human-centered computing. She directs the Embodied Learning & Experience (ELX) Lab, which conducts research in human-computer interaction (HCI). See Dr. Chu’s profile.
Kejun Huang, Ph.D.
Dr. Huang’s research focuses on machine learning. His other research interests include algorithms; computer vision and medical image computing; database, data science and informatics; and image and signal analysis. See Dr. Huang’s profile.
Eric Ragan, Ph.D.
Dr. Ragan’s research focuses on graphics and visualization. He is director of the Indie (Interactive Data and Immersive Environments) research lab. See Dr. Ragan’s profile.
Byron Williams, Ph.D.
Dr. Williams’s research focuses on information security. His other research interests include pervasive and mobile computing and software engineering. See Dr. Williams’s profile.
By Allison Logan
Marketing & Communications Specialist
Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering