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Gordon Kindlmann

Assistant Professor, University of Chicago

Gordon Kindlmann is an assistant professor in the Computation Institute and the Computer Science Department at the University of Chicago. His research in scientific visualization and image analysis is aimed at simplifying how scientists gain insights from their scanned imaging data. Recent projects include the Diderot language for parallel computing on tensor fields. Computer Chess marks his acting debut.

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