With all the different projects Professor Chi-Ren Shyu has on his proverbial plate, it's hard to imagine he has any time to sleep. Yet with easy finesse and exuberance, Shyu describes just a few of his ongoing "joyful and rewarding" research initiatives, ranging from biomedical and geospatial informatics to computer imaging of medical images. Not surprisingly, Shyu has gained a well-earned reputation for his collaborative work. Although diverse, what these research interests share is the effort to create large-scale, fast, and multidimensional databases.
Demonstration by doctoral student Matt Klaric of how the GeoIris system works.
GeoIris: a project supported by the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency.
Demonstration by doctoral student Matt Klaric of how the GeoI system works.