David R. White received his PhD degree from Carnegie Mellon University
in 2003; his MS and BS degrees from Brigham Young University in 1996
and 1995. As a member of the technical staff at Sandia National Laboratories,
his research was focused on automating the finite element hexahedral
mesh generation process. He led the CUBIT Mesh Generation Toolkit project
for two years. Recently he has served as the manager for the Data Analysis
and Visualization department where he has lead a staff of fifteen researchers
and developers working in areas of parallel scientific data analysis
and visualization, information visualization, and image processing.
Application of the research coming from the department includes: scientific
modeling and simulation, image analysis of the Space Shuttle wing,
business and patent information visualization, bio-informatics visualization,
and homeland security applications.
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