Advanced Man Machine Interfaces

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Research in Advanced Man-Machine Interfaces (AMMI) is focused on investigating scientific and medical visualization (e.g. visualization and simulation of simple organisms, space weather prediction, CT and MRI visualization fro neurosurgical planning), computational steering, computer-assisted surgical training (e.g. motion tracking, haptic guidance), computer-assisted occupational therapy, telepresence (e.g. realtime view morphing and foreground-background segmentation), interpretation of remote-sensed images, spatial navigation, and related areas.

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Awards

Awarded To Award Recipient(s) Awarded Date
Faculty
National Chairship
Cisco Research Chair in Healthcare Solutions
Cisco
Pierre Boulanger 2013 - 2023
Graduate
National Award
Bill Buxton Best Canadian HCI Dissertation Award Xing-Dong Yang 2013
Graduate
National Scholarship
Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship
Vanier
Qiong Wu 2010
Graduate
International Scholarship
Anita Borg Scholarship Michelle Annett 2010
Graduate
National Scholarship
Doctoral Award
Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarships
Fraser Anderson 2009

Department of Computing Science, 2-32 Athabasca Hall, University of Alberta, T: 1 (780) 492-2285, E: info@cs.ualberta.ca