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AWARDS

Erskine Fellowship, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, NZ, 2002

Discover Award for Technological Innovation (for the Virtual Retinal Display) 1998

Department of the Air Force, Meritorious Civilian Service Award, 1986.

Sustained Superior Performance Award, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987.

Air Force Systems Command Scientific Achievement Award, 1970.

Nominated by the USAF for “America's Ten Outstanding Young Men” 1969, 1970.

Human Engineer of the Year, Air Force Aerospace Medical Research Lab., 1969.

United States Air Force Graduate Fellowship, University of Southampton, Southampton, England (1977-1979).

PATENTS

Personal Eyewear Display, Serial No. 07/345,886 Issued in 1992.

Virtual Retinal Display, Patent No. 5,464,104 Issued in 1995.

Virtual Retinal Display With Fiber Optic Point Source (Continuation), Patent No. 5,596,339 Issued in 1997.

Virtual Retinal Display (Continuation), Patent No. 5,659,327 Issued in 1997

Mechanical Resonance Scanner, Patent Pending (1994)

Halo Display, Patent Pending (1999)

Virtual Retinal Display Patent # 0665974 dtd 12/1/1999

Virtual Retinal Display Patent # 6,008,781 dtd 12/28/1999

PUBLICATIONS
Hoffman, H. G., Garcia-Palacios, A., Carlin, C., Furness, T.A. III, Botella-Arbona, (in

press). Interfaces that heal: Coupling real and virtual objects to cure spider phobia.



International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction.
Schowengerdt, B.T, Kelly, J.P, Seibel, E.J, & Furness, T.A III (under revision)

Accommodation to a collimated retinal scanning laser display. Ophthalmic &

Physiological Optics.
Chinthammit, W, Seibel, E.J.& Furness, T.A. (2003) “A Shared-Aperture Tracking

Display for Augmented Reality.” Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments,

12(1), 1-18
Chinthammit, W., Seibel, E.J., and Furness, T.A. Unique shared-aperture display with

head or target tracking, presented at IEEE VR2002 conference Orlando, FL, March 2002,

pp.235-242
Duh, B.L., Lin, J.W., Kenyon, R.V., Parker, D.E. and Furness, T.A. III (2002). "Effects of characteristics of image quality on balance in an immersive environment." Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments.
Duh, B.L., Abi-Rached, H., Parker, D.E. and Furness, T.A. (2001). "Effects on balance

disturbance of manipulating depth of an independent visual background in a

stereographic display." In Proceedings of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 45th

Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, Oct 8-12.
Hoffman, H.G., Patterson, D.R., Carrougher, G.J., Nakamura, D., Moore, M., Garcia-

Palacios, A., & Furness, T.A. III (2001). "The effectiveness of Virtual Reality pain

control with multiple treatments of longer durations: A case study." International

Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 13, 1-12.
Hoffman, H. G., Garcia-Palacios, A., Patterson, D.R., Jensen, M., Furness, T.A. III, &

Ammons, W.F. (September, 2001). The effectiveness of Virtual Reality for dental pain

control: A case study." CyberPsychology and Behavior.
Kelly, J.P., Turner, S., Pryor, H.L, Viirre, E.S, Seibel, E.J & Furness, T.A III (2001)

"Vision with a scanning laser display: comparison of flicker sensitivity to a CRT."



Displays 22 (5): 169-175.
Kelly J. P., Turner, S., Pryor, H. L., Viirre, E. S., Seibel, E. J., Furness, T. A. III.

Vision with a scanning laser display: comparison of flicker sensitivity to a CRT.



Displays, 22(5), 169-175
Kleweno, C.P., Seibel, E.J., Viirre, E.S., Kelly, J.P., and Furness, T.A.III. "The virtual retinal display as a low-vision computer interface: A pilot study." Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 2001, 38; 431-442.
Lin, S-K. V., Seibel, E. J., and Furness, T. A. III.(in Press) Virtual Retinal Display as a

wearable low vision aid. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, Two-



volume Special Issue on Mediated Reality.
McQuaide, S.C, Seibel, E.J, Burstein, R& Furness, T.A III (2002) "Three-dimensional

virtual retinal display using a deformable membrane mirror." Society for Information



Display 2002 Intl. Symposium Digest of Technical Papers, vol. XXXIII (2): 1324-1327.
Schowengerdt, B.T., Kelly, J.P., Seibel, E. J., and Furness, T. A. III. "Strong accommodation bias to a collimated retinal scanned light display." In Proceedings of Society for Information Display, 2001; 32; 610-613.
Seibel, E. J. and Furness, T. A. III. (1999) Miniature Image Acquisition System using a

Scanning Resonant Waveguide. U.S. Patent being issued. (Licensed to OcuMed

Incorporated, Vancouver, Washington, 8/2000).
Seibel, E. J., Frank, S. S., Kloeckner, K. W., and Furness, T. A. III (In Press) Decision-

based design of a wearable low vision aid. International Mechanical Engineering

Congress and Exposition. New York, NY, 11-16 November 2001.

Hoffman, H.G. and Furness, T.A., III. “The healing power of virtual reality.” Siggraph 2001 panel on medical VR applications, Los Angeles, August, 2001.

Hoffman, H.G., Patterson, D.R., Carrougher, G.J., Nakamura, D., Moore, M., Garcia-Palacios, A., Furness, T.A. III. “The effectiveness of Virtual Reality pain control with multiple treatments of longer durations: A case study.” International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction (in press).
Duh, H.B.L., Abi-Rached, H., Parker, D.E., Furness, T.A. (2001). “Effects of Manipulation Depth of an Independent Visual Background in a Stereographic Display.” To appear in Proceedings of 45th Human Factors and Ergonomics Society annual meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 8-12, 2001.
Duh, H.B.L., Parker, D.E., Furness, T.A. (2001). “Does the peripheral Independent visual background reduce motion-induced balance disturbance in an immersive environment?” To be presented at the 9th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, New Orleans, LA, Aug. 5-10, 2001.
Duh, H.B.L., Parker, D.E., Furness, T.A. (2001). “Effects of manipulating depth of an independent visual background in a stereographic display.” Submitted to the 45th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, October 8-12, Minneapolis, MN.
Duh, H.B.L., Lin, J.J.W., Kenyon, R.V., Parker, D.E., Furness, T.A. “Effects

of characteristics of image quality on balance in an immersive environment.” Submitted to Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments.

Duh, H.B.L., Parker, D.E., Furness, T.A. "Conflicting motions cue in the frequency range of cross-over between the visual and vestibular self-motion

systems evoke simulator sickness.” Submitted to Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine.


Duh, H.B.L., Lin, J.J.W., Kenyon, R.V., Parker, D.E., Furness, T.A., (2001). “Effects of field of view on balance in an immersive environment.” In Proceedings of IEEE Virtual Reality 2001, Yokohama, Japan, March 13-17,

pp 235-240.


Duh, H.B.L., Parker, D.E., Furness, T.A., (2001). “An Independent Visual

Background reduced balance disturbance evoked by visual scene motion: implication for alleviating simulator sickness.” Proceedings of the CHI 2001 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Seattle, WA, March 31 –April 5, pp. 85-89.


Duh, H.B.L., Parker, D.E., Furness, T.A. (2001). “Visually-induced balance disturbance was reduced by an independent visual background-implications for simulator sickness.” Abstract in Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, 72(3), pp. 244.
Hoffman, H.G., Patterson, Carrougher, S., Nakamura, M., and Furness, T.A. III. “The effectiveness of Virtual Reality pain control with multiple treatments.” Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Newport Beach, Calif., January, 2001.
Parker, D.E., Duh, H.B.L., Furness, T.A. (2001). “Self-motion system frequency

response: implications for cybersickness.” Abstract in Aviation, Space, and



Environmental Medicine, 72(3), pp293
Seibel, E.J., Gau, C-C., McQuaide, S., Weghorst, S.J., Kelly, J.P., and Furness, T.A. III. “Augmented retinal light scanning display for low vision: effect of text color and background on reading performance.” Presented at the Optical Society of America’s Meeting on Vision Science and Its Applications, Monterey, CA, February 9-12, 2001.

Hoffman H. G., Doctor, J. N, Patterson, D. R, Carrougher, G. J, and Furness, T. A;

(2000) Use of Virtual Reality for Adjunctive Treatment of Adolescent Burn Pain During Wound Care: A Case Report. Pain, Vol. 85 No.
Lin, Sun-Kai V, Seibel, Eric J., Furness, Thomas A. III (2000)

Testing vision search performance using retinal light scanning as a future

wearable low vision aid., Intl. J. of Human-Computer Interaction, Special

issue on Mediated Reality.


Parker, D.E., Duh, H.B.L., Phillips, J.O., Furness. T.A. (2000). Self-Motion System Frequency Response: Implications for Cyber-Sickness. In Proceedings for 2nd Biennial Space Biomedical Investigators Workshop, January 17th-19th, 2001: Galveston, Texas.
Furness, T. A.; European Community/National Science Foundation Position Paper: Toward tightly-coupled human interfaces. Presented at First EC/NSF Advanced Research Workshop, 1-4 June 99 Chateau de Bonas, Nr Toulouse, France.
Hoffman, H. G., Furness , T. A., Carrougher, G., Patterson, D., Use of Immersive Virtual Reality in Order to Reduce Burn Pain During Wound Care and Physical Therapy. Paper presented at AABT in Toronto, Canada, November 1999 and the American Psychiatry Association in New Orleans, October 30, 1999
Kleweno, C., Seibel, E., Kloeckner, K., Viirre, E. and Furness, T.A. (1999). Evaluation of a Scanned Laser Display as an Alternative Low Vision Computer Interface. In Proceedings of OSA Vision Science and Its Applications.
Kloeckner, K., Furness, T. A., Seibel, E., Viirre, E. and Pryor, H. (1999). Design of a Prototype Low Vision Aid Using a Scanned Laser Display. In Proceedings of OSA Vision Science and Its Applications.
Prothero, J., Draper, M., Furness, T., Parker, D. and Wells, M. (1999). The Use of an Independent Visual Background to Reduce Simulator Side-Effects. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 70(3), 277-283.
Hoffman. H. G., Doctor, J.N., Patterson, D.R., Carrougher, G. C., Taylor, W., and Furness, T.A., (1998) V R for Burn Pain Control during Wound Care. Paper

Presented at Medicine meets VR 6, San Diego, CA


Hoffman, H. G, Hollander, A., Schroder, K., Scott, R. and Furness, T. (1998).

Physically Touching and Tasting Virtual Objects Enhances the Realism of Virtual Experiences. Cyberpsychology and Behavior, 2 (1), 59-63


Kelly J. P., Pryor H L. Viirre E.S., Furness T. (1998). Decreased Flicker Sensitivity with a Scanned Laser Display [abstract] Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science (Suppl.), 39, S399.
Kleweno, C., Seibel, E. and Kloeckner, K., Burstein, B., Viirre, E. and Furness, T. (1998). Evaluation of a Scanned Laser Display as an Alternative Low Vision Computer Interface (R-98-39).: University of Washington, Human Interface Technology Laboratory.
Peterson, B., Wells, M., Furness, T., and Hunt, E. (1998). The Effects of the Interface on Navigation in Virtual Environments. In Proceedings of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 1998 Annual Meeting, pp. 1496-1505.
Pryor, H. L., Furness, T A. and Viirre, E.; (1998). Demonstration of the Virtual Retinal Display: A New Display Technology Using Scanned Laser Light. In Proceedings of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 42nd Annual Meeting, p. 1149.
Pryor, Homer L., Furness, T. A. and Viirre, E. (1998). The Virtual Retinal Display: A New Display Technology Using Scanned Laser Light. In Proceedings of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 42nd Annual Meeting, pp. 1570-1574.
Schwartz, P., Bricker, L., Campbell, B., Furness, T., Inkpen, K., Matheson, L., Nakamura, N., Shen, L.-S., Tanney, S., and Yeh, S. (1998). Virtual Playground: Architectures for a Shared Virtual World. In Proceedings of ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology 1998, pp. 43-50.
Tanney, S., Schwartz, P., Yen, S., Shen, L-S. and Furness, T.A. (1998). A Design Method for Virtual Environments Using Narrative and Pattern Languages (R-98-13).
Viirre, E., Draper, M., Gailey, C., Miller, D. and Furness, T.A. (1998). Adaptation of the VOR in Patients with Low VOR Gains. Journal of Vestibular Research, 8(4), 331-334.
Viirre, E., Pryor, H., Nagata, S., and Furness, T. A. (1998). The Virtual Retinal Display: A New Technology for Virtual Reality and Augmented Vision in Medicine. In D. Stredney, S.J. Weghorst, Proceedings of Medicine Meets Virtual Reality, pp. 252-257.
Billinghurst, M., Weghorst, S., and Furness, T. (1997). Shared Space: An Augmented Reality Approach for Computer Supported Collaborative Work. British Journal of Virtual Reality.
Billinghurst, M., Weghorst, S., and Furness, T. (1997). Wearable Computers for Three Dimensional CSCW: First International Symposium on Wearable Computing. (pp. 39-46). IEEE.
Draper, M.H., Viirre, E. S., Furness, T. A., and Parker, D. E. (1997). Theorized Relationship Between Vistibulo-ocular Adaptation and Simulator Sickness in Virtual Environments: International Workshop on Motion Sickness.
Furness, T. A. III, Winn, W., and Yu, R. (1997). The Impact of Three Dimensional Immersive Virtual Environments on Modern Pedagogy: Global Change, VR and Learning: Workshops in Seattle, Washington, and Loughborough, England in May and June 1997. .. Seattle, WA: National Science Foundation.
Furness, T., Winn, W., and Yu, R. (1997). The Impact of Three Dimensional Immersive Virtual Environments on Modern Pedagogy: Global Change, VR and Learning:Workshops in Seattle, Washington, and Loughborough, England in May and June 1997, Seattle, WA: National Science Foundation.
Garcia-Ugalde, F., Furness, T. A, Savage-Carmona, J., Gatica-Perez, D., and Garcia-Garduno, V. (1997). Segmentation of Moving Human Body Parts by a Modified MAP-MRF Algorithm: International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia, VSMM ‘97. (pp. 197-205). IEEE Computer Society.
Hoffman, H. G., Doctor, J. N., Patterson, D. R., Weghorst, S., and Furness, T. (1997). Use of Virtual Reality for Adjunctive Treatment of Child Burn Pain: A Case Report. Pain
Prothero, J., Draper, M., Furness, T., Parker, D., and Wells, M. (1997). Do Visual Background Manipulations Reduce Simulator Sickness? In Proceedings of International Workshop on Motion Sickness.
Prothero, J., Draper, M., Furness, T., Parker, D., and Wells, M. (1997). The Use of an Independent Visual Background to Reduce Simulator Side-Effects. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine.
Weghorst, S., and Furness, T. (1997). Advanced Human Interfaces for Telemedicine. HITL Technical Report No. R-97-33. HIT Lab.
Draper, M. H., Wells, M. J., Gawron, V. J., and Furness, T. A. (1996). Exploring the Influence of a Virtual Body on Spatial Awareness: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 40th Annual Meeting. (pp. 1146-1150). Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
Hoffman, H. G., Groen, J., Rousseau, S., Hollander, A., Winn, W., Wells, M., and

Furness, T. (1996). Tactile Augmentation: Enhancing Presence in Virtual Reality with Tactile Feedback from Real Objects: American Psychological Society.


Barfield, W., and Furness, T. A. (Eds.) (1995). Virtual Environments and Advanced Interface Design. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Mandeville, J., Furness, T., Kawahata, M., Campbell, D., Danset, P., Dahl, A., Dauner,

J., Kandie, K., and Schwartz, P. (1995). GreenSpace: Creating a Distributed Virtual Environment for Global Applications: Networked Reality Workshop. IEEE.


Prothero, J., Parker, D., Furness, T., and Wells, M. (1995). Towards a Robust, Quantitative Measure of Presence: Conference on Experimental Analysis and Measurement of Situational Awareness. (pp. 359-366). Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Press.
Prothero, J.D., Hoffman, H.G., Parker, D.E., Wells, M. J., and Furness, T. A. (1995). Presentation of an Head-Mounted Display Scene as Background Enhances Presence: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
Prothero, J.D., Hoffman, H.G., Parker, D.E., Wells, M.J., and Furness, T.A. (1995). Foreground/Background Manipulations Affect Presence: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 39th Annual Meeting (pp. 1410-1414). Santa Monica: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
Tidwell, M., Johnston, R.S., Melville, D., and Furness, T.A. (1995). The Virtual Retinal Display -- A Retinal Scanning Imaging System: Virtual Reality World ‘95. (pp. 325-333). Mecklermedia; Munich, Germany: IDG Conferences and Seminars.
Byrne, C., Holland, C., Moffit, D., Hodas, S., and Furness, T. (1994). Virtual Reality and “At Risk” Students. HITL Technical Report No. R-94-5. HIT Lab.
Byrne, C., and Furness, T.A. (1994). Virtual Reality in Education. In Wright, J., and Benzie, D. (Eds.): IFIP WG3.5 International Working Conference on Exploring a New Partnership: Children, Teachers and Technology (A-58). Amsterdam: Elsevier, North-Holland.
Hollander, A., and Furness, T.A. (1994). Perception of Virtual Auditory Shapes: Third International Conference on Auditory Display (ICAD). Reading, MA: Addison Wesley.
Weghorst, S., Prothero, J., Furness, T.A. III, Anson, D., Reiss, T. (1994). Virtual Images in the Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease Akinesia: Medicine Meets Virtual Reality II: Interactive Technology and Healthcare: Visionary Applications for Simulation Visualization Robotics. (pp. 242-243). San Diego, CA: IOS Press, Ohmsha: Aligned Management Associates.
Barfield, W., Rosenberg, C., Han, S.H., and Furness, T.A. (1993). Spatial Situational Awareness as a Function of Frame of Reference: Society for Information Display, 1993 International Symposium, Digest of Technical Papers, Vol. XXIV. (pp. 107-113). Playa del Rey, CA: Society for Information Display.
Furness, T.A. (1993). Cobwebs in a Virtual Attic: CSERIAC Gateway, 4(3). (pp. 9-10).
Hann, R.L. (1993). A Conversation with Thomas A. Furness: CSERIAC Gateway, 4(3). (pp. 11).
Henry, D., and Furness, T. A. (1993). Spatial Perception in Virtual Environments: Evluating an Architectual Application: IEEE 1993 Virtual Reality Annual International Symposium, VRAIS ‘93. (pp. 33-40). Piscataway, NJ: IEEE Service Center.
Furness, T. A. (1990, March). Creating Better Virtual Worlds: Human-Machine Interfaces for Teleoperators and Virtual Environments. [Available through NTIS ADA2407161XSP]. (p. 48-51). Washington, D.C.: NTIS.
Furness, T. (1989). Creating Better Virtual Worlds. HITL Technical Report No. M-89-3. HIT Lab.
Furness, T. A. (1989). Configuring Virtual Space for the Super Cockpit: Medecine Aeronautique et Spatiale Vol. XXVII (10). France: Societe Francaise de Medicine Aerospatiale.
Furness, T. A. (1989). Configuring Virtual Space for the Super Cockpit. HITL Technical Report No. M-89-3. HIT Lab.
Furness, T. A. (1989). Virtual Places: Strolling in the Electronic Neighborhood. HITL Technical Report No. M-89-4. HIT Lab.
Furness, T. (1988). Harnessing Virtual Space: SID International Symposium Digest of Technical Papers. (pp. 4-7). Playa del Rey, CA: Society for Information Display.
Furness, T. A. (1988). Harnessing Virtual Space. HITL Technical Report No. M-88-1. HIT Lab.
Furness, T. A. (1988, August 15). Super Cockpit Amplifies Pilot’s Senses and Actions: Government Computer News. (pp. 76-77).
Furness, T. (1987). Designing in Virtual Space. In W.B. Rouse, and K.R. Boff (Eds.): System Design: Behavioral Perspectives on Designers, Tools, and Organization. (pp. 127-143). New York, NY; Amsterdam: North-Holland.
Furness, T. A. (1987). Designing in Virtual Space. HITL Technical Report No. R-87-1. HIT Lab.
Furness, T .A. (1986, December). Fantastic Voyage: Popular Mechanics. (pp. 63-65).
Furness, T. A., and Kocian, D.F. (1986). Putting Humans into Virtual Space: Aerospace Conference. Aerospace Simulation II. (pp. 214-230). San Diego: Society for Computer Simulation.
Furness, T., and Kocian, D.F. (1986). Putting Humans Into Virtual Space. HITL Technical Report No. R-86-1. HIT Lab.
Furness, T. A. (1986). The Super Cockpit and Its Human Factors Challenge: Human Factors Society 30th Annual Meeting. (p. 48-52). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors Society.
Furness, T. A. (1986). The Super Cockpit and Its Human Factors Challenge. HITL Technical Report No. R-86-1. HIT Lab.
Furness, T. (1986). Configuring Virtual Space for the Super Cockpit: Aerospace Simulation II. (pp. 103-110). Society for Computer Simulation.
Gibson, C.P., and Furness, T. A. (1986). Effective Control Strategies for the Virtual Cockpit: 1986 SID International Symposium. (pp. 448-451, 492). Playa del Rey: Society for Information Display.
Furness, T. A. (1985). Virtual Concepts for Crew Member/Computer Integration: American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.: AAAS.
Furness, T. A (1985, June 30). Virtual Panoramic Display for the LHX: Army Aviation (pp. 63-66).
Furness, T.A. (1981). Helmet-Display Reading Performance During Whole-Body Vibration: 52nd Annual Meeting of the Aerospace Medical Association. Washington, D.C.: Aerospace Medical Association.
Furness, T. A. (1981). The Effects of Whole-Body Vibration on the Perception of the Helmet-Mounted Display. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Southampton, England.
Furness, T. A. (1979). The Effects of Whole-Body Vibration on the Perception of Target Imagery Presented on a Helmet-Mounted Display: United Kingdom Informal Group on Human Response to Vibration.
Furness, T. A. (1978). The Use of Visually-Coupled Systems in High Vibration and Buffeting Environments: Symposium on Aeromedical Considerations of low Level Flight and Long Duration Missions. 19th Meeting of the Air Standardization Coordination Committee (Working Party 61).
Furness, T. A. (1978). Visually-Coupled Information Systems, ARPA Conference on Biocybernetic Applications for Military Systems, Washington, DC: GPO.
Birt, J. and Furness, T. A. (1974, April). Visually-Coupled Systems, Air University Review, 20 (3), pp. 28-40.
Brindle, J. and Furness, T. A. (1974). Visually-Coupled Systems in Advanced Air Force Applications. National Aerospace Electronics Conference. Piscataway, NJ: IEEE.
Furness, T. A., Task, H. and Verona, R. (1974). Current Status and Performance of Helmet-Mounted Displays. Symposium on Night Vision Devices and Displays.
Furness, T. A. (1969, April). The Application of Helmet-Mounted Displays to Airborne Reconnaissance and Weapon Delivery. In Proceedings of the Symposium for Image Display and Recordings. Air Force Avionics Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. (AD 700515).
Furness, T. A. (1969). Helmet-Mounted Displays and Their Aerospace Applications. National Aerospace Electronics Conference. Piscataway, NJ: IEEE Service Center.
Slocum, G. and Furness, T. A. (1969). Airborne Multisensor Design. International Symposium on Man-Machine Systems, New York, NY: IEEE.

GRADUATE DEGREES AWARDED
Thomas Anderson M.S. Electrical Engineering Committee Chair

Sisinio Baldis M.S. Electrical Engineering Committee Chair

Jessica Baldis M.S. Industrial Engineering Committee Chair

Jeff Berkley Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering Committee Member

Mark Billinghurst Ph.D. Electrical Engineering Committee Chair

Chris Byrne Ph.D. Industrial Engineering Committee Chair

Chris Brown B.S. Bioengineering Committee Member

Jeff Brandt M.S. Industrial Engineering Committee Chair

Matthew Brown M.S. Industrial Engineering Committee Chair

Bruce Campbell M.S. Computer Science Committee Chair

Dace Campbell M.A. Architecture Committee Member

Geoff Coco M.S. Computer Science Committee Member

Gina Crvarich M.S. Interengineering Committee Chair

Eric Danas M.S. Interengineering Committee Member

Paul Danset M.S. Electrical Engineering Committee Member

Mark Draper M.S. Interengineering Committee Chair

Mark Draper Ph.D. Industrial Engineering Committee Chair

Matthew Dunn Ph.D. S.I. Ph.D. Program Committee Member

Henry Duh Ph.D. Industrial Engineering Committee Chair

Daniel Gattica-PerezPh.D. Electrical Engineering Committee Member

Claudia Hendrix M.S. Interengineering Committee Member

Daniel Henry M.S. Interengineering Committee Chair

Ari Hollander M.S. Interengineering Committee Chair

Keith Hullfish M.S. Interengineering Committee Chair

Jeff James M.S. Interengineering Committee Chair

Karen Jones M.S. Industrial Engineering Committee Member

Kigen Kandie M.S. Electrical Engineering Committee Chair

Joseph King Ph.D. Human Interface Science Committee Chair

Kyle Kloeckner M.S. Electrical Engineering Committee Chair

Marie Kotowski M.S. Technical Comm. Committee Member

Dave Lion M.S. Interengineering Committee Chair

Max Minkoff M.S. Interengineering Committee Chair

Kimberley Osberg Ph.D. Educational Technology Committee Member

Bojana Ostojic M.S. Technical Comm Committee Member

Barry Peterson M.S. Industrial Engineering Committee Chair

Jerry Prothero M.S. Interengineering Committee Chair

Jerry Prothero Ph.D. Industrial Engineering Committee Chair

Aaron Pulkka M.S. Computer Science Committee Member

Craig Rosenberg M.S. Industrial Engineering Committee Member

Craig Rosenberg Ph.D. Industrial Engineering Committee Member

Glenna Satalich M.S. Interengineering Committee Chair

Jesus Savage Ph.D. Electrical Engineering Committee Member

Mark Tackacs M.S. Interengineering Committee Chair

Susan Tanney M.S. Interengineering Committee Chair

Michael Tidwell M.S. Electrical Engineering Committee Chair

Quinn Smithwick Ph.D. Aero & Astronautics Committee Member

Stuart Turner Ph.D. Industrial Engineering Committee Chair

Haiming Yu PhD Electrical Engineering Graduate School Rep



CONTINUING GRADUATE STUDENT COMMITTEES
Habib Abi-Rached Ph.D. Electrical Engineering Committee Chair

Robert Blanding Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering Committee Chair

Winyu Chinthammit Ph.D. Electrical Engineering Committee Chair

James Lin Ph.D. Industrial Engineering Committee Chair

Richard May Ph.D. Industrial Engineering Committee Chair

Ron Merryman Ph.D. Industrial Engineering Committee Chair

Homer Pryor Ph.D. Industrial Engineering Committee Chair

Sal Ruiz-Correa Ph.D. Electrical Engineering Committee Co-Chair

Lily Shirvanee M.A. Architecture Committee Member

Amlan Mukherjee Ph.D. Civil Engineering Committee Member



COURSES TAUGHT

Academic Year Quarter Course


2002-2003

Autumn 2002

Spring 2003



IE/TC 455 User Interface Design

INDE 543 Virtual Interface Technology




2001-2002




SABBATICAL


2000-2001

Autumn 2000

Winter 2001

Spring 2001


IE/TC 455 A User Interface Design

IND E 543 Virtual Interface Technology

IE 599 Advanced User Interface Design


1999-2000

Autumn 1999

Winter 2000

Spring 2000


IE/ TC 455:

IND E 543

IE 599 E


1998-1999

Autumn 98

Winter 99

Spring 99

Spring 99



IE/TC 455

IE 543: Virtual Interface Technology

IE/TC 455

IE 599 Special Topics IE



1997-1998

Autumn 96

Winter 98

Spring 98


IE/TC 455

IE 543


IE 599

1996-1997

Autumn 96

Winter 97

Spring 97


IE/TC 455

IE 543


IE 599: Special Topics –

Virtual Environment Design



1995-1996

Autumn 95

Winter 96



IE/TC 455

IE 543



1994-1995

Autumn 94

Winter 95

Spring 95


IE 455

IE 543


IE 599: Special Topics IE

1993-1994

Autumn 93

Winter 94

Spring 94


IE 455

IE 543


IE 599: Special Topics IE

1992-1993

Autumn 92

Winter 93


Spring 93

IE 455

Mechanical Engineering (ME)/ IE 599;

Virtual Interface Technology

IE 352: Work Station Design



1991-1992

Autumn 91

Winter 92

Spring 92


IE 455

MEIE 599


IE 352

1990-1991

Autumn 90

Winter 91

Spring 91


IE 455

MEIE 599


IE 495; Industrial Engineering Design

1989-1990

Winter 1990

Spring 1990



MEIE 599

IE 495




SHORT COURSES TAUGHT
UCLA Extension “Advanced Cockpit Technology Short Course”. Los Angeles, CA (1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998)

University of Washington Seminar Series: “Sailing the Digital Sound: Current Issues in Digital Media”. Seattle, WA (June 1, 1995)


National Communications Forum “Virtual Interface Technology”. Phoenix, AZ (1994)
UCLA Extension “Virtual Interface Technology”. Los Angeles, CA (1993, 1994)
SIGGRAPH Tutorial “Virtual Interface Technology”. Las Vegas, NV (August 1992).
Guest Lecturer, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Fort McNair, VA (January ;1989, February 1990, March 1991)

INVITED PRESENTATIONS (SELECTED LIST)
Tech Tuesday featured spealer. sponsored by Price Waterhouse Coopers, “Investing in the Virtual Future”, Bellevue, WA, April 8, 2003
Urological Society of Australasia Scientific Congress, Plenary Speaker, March 2, 2003; Queenstown, New Zealand
Invited Speaker, “The Engineering of Virtual Space”, Boeing Air Traffic Management Seminar, Bellevue, November 1, 2002
Keynote Speaker, “Retinal Displays”, IEEE International Symposium on Wearable Computers, October 8, 2002, Seattle, WA
Featured Speaker, “Future of Human-Computer Interfaces in Manufacturing”, National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, Futurist Conference, Hilton Head, SC (7 May 2001)
Keynote Speaker, “True Confessions of a Photon”, Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Newport Beach, CA (25 January 2001)
Invited Speaker, “Applications of Virtual Interfaces In Aerospace Engineering.” Lockheed Martin: Palo Alto, California (20 October 2000).
Keynote Speaker, Washington State Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, Seattle, WA (16 August, 2000)
Invited Speaker, Symposium on Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Seattle (with Korean students) University of Washington, Seattle, WA (17 July 2000)
Keynote Address, IMAGE 2000 Conference, (for the Image Society ,Inc.) conference theme: “3D Technology Convergence in the New Millennium.” Scottsdale, AZ (12 July 2000)
Invited Speaker, Leadership Tomorrow: Microsoft Corporation Campus, Redmond, WA ( 20 April 2000)
Invited Speaker, “Virtual Reality and Education” Special topics in Computer Science course (CSSSA 490 B) taught by professor Chris Byrne, University of Washington- Bothell, ( 7 March 2000)
Keynote Speaker – National Defense University Symposium on Innovation in National Security Education, National University, Washington, D.C.., (8 February, 2000)
Invited Speaker, Department of Environmental Health and Safety, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (25 October 1999)
Invited Speaker, Workshop on Collaborative Problem Solving Environments for Scientific Research. San Diego, CA (29 June- 1 July, 1999)
Presenter, European Community/National Science Foundation. Position Paper: Toward tightly-coupled human interfaces. Presented at First EC/NSF Advanced Research Workshop, Chateau de Bonas, Nr Toulouse, France. (1-4 June 99)
Invited Speaker, Northwest Artificial Intelligence Forum (NAIF), Seattle, WA (17 May 1999)
Keynote address, Alaska Infocom . Anchorage, AL (26-27 April, 1999)
Invited Speaker, Science and Technology Roundtable., Seattle Chamber of Commerce Technology Alliance Council, Seattle, WA (16 April 1999)
Invited Speaker, Golden Key, National Honor Society, UW, ( 7 April 1999)
Invited Panelist CTI’s Tenth Anniversary Roundtable., San Jose, CA. (12-14 April 1999)
Morning Keynote. Northwest Council on Computer Education. Convention Center, Seattle, WA. (19 March 1999)
Invited Presenter, NSF HCI Grantees Conference., Orlando, FL (21 February, 1999)
Invited Speaker for Distinguished Lecture Series, Simon Fraser University, (4 February 1999)
Invited Speaker 25th Annual Design and Manufacturing Grantees Conference., Long Beach, CA ( 6-7 January 1999)
Invited Speaker Kodak C.E.K. Mees Award Ceremony., Rochester, NY.

( 27 October 1998)


Closing Keynote, K-College NW Math Conference: Empowering Our Students to Learn., Spokane, WA (10 October 1998)
Where there is no vision…Eurosensors XII, University of Southamption, UK, (September 13-16,1998)
Award Recipient and Speaker, 1998 Discover Magazine Awards for Technological Innovation, Orlando, FL, (6 June 1998)
Invited Speaker, Challenge Day, Leadership Tomorrow: Seattle Chamber of Commerce, Seattle, WA ( 14 May 1998)
Invited Lecturer, Henry Art Gallery Lecture Series on Design. Seattle, WA (14 May 1998)
Invited Speaker, Challenge ’98: Igniting Change: University of Washington Training and Development 1998 Conference. Seattle, WA (12 May 1998).
Invited Speaker, Communications Media Management Association: Professional Development Conference. Seattle, WA (28 April 1998)
Invited Speaker, Forum ’98 Conference. Long Beach, CA (29-31 March 1998)
Invited Speaker, Dedication of HIT Lab South at the University of Mexico, Mexico City (14 November 1997)
Invited Lecturer, Eurosensors XI Conference, Special Session on Artificial and Natural Perceptual Computing. Warsaw, Poland (23 September 1997)
Invited Speaker, 88th Annual Conference of the Special Libraries Association. Seattle, WA (11 June 1997)
Keynote Address, Annual Evergreen Mathematics Conference/Washington State Community College Mathematics Conference. Chelan, WA (25 April 1997)
Keynote Address, Annual Junior High and High School Regional Science Olympiad. Seattle, WA (8 March 1997)
Invited Speaker, Northwest Council for Computers in Education. Oregon (24 April 1996)
Invited Speaker, 7th Annual Meeting of the Center for Advancement of Teaching and Learning. Jacksonville, FL (22 March 1996)
Keynote Address, University of Washington Annual Computer Fair. Seattle, WA (13 March 1996)
Plenary Speaker, Data Processing Management Association Conference. Charlotte, NC (6 November 1995)
Lecturer, Benedum Lecture Series, West Virginia University. Morgantown, WV (9 November 1995)
Keynote Address, University Risk Management and Insurance Association Annual Conference. Seattle, WA (24 September 1995)
Invited Speaker, Defense Modeling Simulation Office Symposium held at The MITRE Corporation. McLean, VA (10 August 1995)
Keynote Address, 7th Annual Integrated Advanced Information Management System Consortium Meeting. Seattle, WA (21 July 1995)
Colloquium Speaker, Fitts Human Engineering Division 50th Anniversary Celebration. Wright-Patterson AFB, OH (13 June 1995)
Keynote Address, Nomura Research Institute, Ltd. Symposium. Tokyo, Japan (7 July 1995)
Invited Speaker, Future of Telecommunications Tutorial, Global Information and Telecommunications Industries Initiative at INSEAD. Fontainebleau, France (6 July 1995)
Invited Speaker, Cyberspace Virtual Society Symposium, TEPIA Exhibition Center. By teleconference to Tokyo, Japan (6 July 1995)
Opening Keynote, Mecklermedia VR ‘95 Expo and Conference. San Jose, CA (23 May 1995)
Invited Speaker, Leadership Tomorrow, Technology Day. Redmond, WA (13 April 1995)
Invited Speaker, BYU Multimedia Seminar Exercise Banquet. Provo, UT (17 March 1995)
Invited Speaker, US WEST Board of Directors Presentation. Denver, CO (13 March 1995)
Invited Speaker, Johns Hopkins Career Day/Center for Talented Youth. Seattle, WA (11 March 1995)
Distinguished Lecturer, Centre for Integrated Computer Systems Research, University of British Columbia (9 March 1995)
Dinner Speaker, Association of Chief Financial Officers. Seattle, WA (23 February 1995)
Distinguished Lecturer, Green River Community College. Green River, WA (16 February 1995)
Invited Speaker, Cyberspace Seminar, University of Washington (26 January 1995)
Invited Speaker, US WEST & VRRV Press Conference. Seattle, WA (17 January 1995)
Luncheon Speaker, Harvard Business Club. Seattle, WA (12 January 1995)
Invited Speaker, Telecommunications-Global Connections. Seattle, WA (6 January 1995)
Invited Speaker, University of Washington & John Hopkins Career Day. Seattle, WA (1994 & 1995)
Invited Speaker, Cross Industry Working Team, University of Washington (13 December 1994)
Closing Keynote Address, NASA-ISMCR Conference, Johnson Space Center. Houston, TX (1 December 1994)
Invited Speaker, GreenSpace Press Conference, Human Interface Technology Laboratory (November, 1994)
Invited Speaker, National Science Teachers Association. Portland, OR (14 October 1994)
Invited Lecturer, Science in Ophthamology, University of Washington (6 October 1994)
Keynote Address, A/E/C Systems Conference. Washington D.C. (22 June 1994)
Invited Speaker, Micro Vision Press Conference, University of Washington (3 May 1994)
Invited Speaker, Fluke Manufacturing Company. Blaine, WA (2 May 1994)
Invited Speaker, CTY Career Symposium. Seattle, WA (23 April 1994)
General Chairman and Opening Keynote, Virtual Reality Annual International Symposium, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (19 September 1993)
Invited Speaker, Future Transportation Conference, TEPIA Pavilion. Tokyo, Japan (1 July 1993)
Invited Speaker, Industrial Virtual Reality. Tokyo, Japan (22 June 1993)
Invited Speaker, "Virtually There: The Viable Emergence of VR", National Computer Graphics Association. Philadelphia PA (29 April 1993)
Keynote Address, 7th Annual High Performance Computing Conference. Newport, RI (30 March 1993)
Distinguished Lecturer, Georgia Institute of Technology. Atlanta, GA (18 February 1993)
Invited Presentation, Northwest Council for Computer Education. Portland, OR (31 January 1993)
Invited Seminar Speaker, Armstrong Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH (December 1992)
Invited Lecturer, User Interface Strategies '93, National Technology University, University of Maryland. College Park, MD (December 1992)
Keynote Address, DECUS, DEC Users Symposium. Las Vegas, NV (December 1992)
Host and Featured Speaker, Second Industry Symposium on Virtual Worlds Technology, University of Washington. Seattle, WA (October 1992)
Keynote Address, Northcon '92. Seattle, WA (19 October 1992)
Keynote Address, National Teachers Teaching Institute. Seattle, WA (22 August 1992)
Keynote Address, National Marine Educators. Portland, OR (5 August 1992)
Keynote Address, Washington Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association Summer Conference. Olympia, WA (26 June 1992)
Keynote Address, Resource Center for the Handicapped. Seattle, WA (26 June 1992)
Invited Speaker, Broadcast Promotion & Marketing Association together with the Broadcast Design Association, International Conference. Seattle, WA (15 June 1992)
Invited Speaker, Bellevue Rotary. Bellevue, WA (16 June 1992)
Invited Speaker, Everett Chamber of Commerce. Everett, WA (28 May 1992)
Keynote Address, "Learning Virtually", Educational Computing Organization of Ontario, Toronto (6 May 1992)
Technical Presentation, Hughes Research Laboratory. Malibu, CA (16 April 1992)
Invited Speaker, Special Library Association, "Virtual Museums, Knowbots, and the End of Steelcase". University of Washington (2 April 1992)
Keynote Address, NorwesCon. Tacoma, WA (28 March 1992)
Keynote Address, Washington Science Teachers Association. Seattle, WA (21 March 1992)
Keynote Address, Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, Seattle Pacific University. Seattle, WA (20 March 1992)

Keynote Address, Pacific Science Center Corporate Sponsors. Seattle, WA (3 March 1992)


Plenary Speaker, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. San Francisco, CA (27 February 1992)
Invited Speaker, Society for Information Management. Bellevue, WA (19 Febraury 1992)
Invited Speaker, Seattle Chamber Community Development Roundtable. Seattle, WA (27 January 1992)
Guest Lecturer, Students; Teacher In-Service, Teachers; Presentation to Parents. Waterville School District, WA (23 January 1992)
Keynote Address, NICCOGRAPH. Tokyo, Japan, (November 1991)
Keynote Address, Computer Using Educations, "Learning Virtually". Vancouver, BC (8 November 1991)
Keynote Address, DreamCon 6. Everett, WA (2 November 1991)
Keynote Address, Technology in Education, Pacific Science Center. Seattle, WA (29 October 1991)
Invited Speaker, Student Chapter of the Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers, "Virtual Interface: What Kind of a World do You Want?", University of Washington (15 October 1991)
Keynote Address, Future of Education and Technology. Seattle, WA (22 June 1991)
Guest Lecturer, Evergreen State College. Olympia, WA (31 May 1991)
Closing Plenary Speaker, "Exploring Virtual Worlds", SIGCHI 1991. New Orleans, LA (May 1991)
Tutorial, Interface '91. Seattle, WA (23 April 1991)
Keynote Address, President's Special Interest Group, Washington Software Association. Kirkland, WA (22 April 1991)
Invited Speaker, International Colloquium on Acoustics. Bochum, West Germany (April 1991)
Guest Speaker, Bellecore Technical Council (13 March 1991)
Keynote Address, Washington Association of School Administrators. Wenatchee, WA (6 March 1991)
Host and Featured Speaker, First Industry Symposium on Virtual Worlds Technology, University of Washington (21-22 February 1991)
Keynote Address, Washington Horticultural Society Annual Meeting (January 1991)
Invited Speaker, Homecoming Festivities, University of Washington (10 November 1990)
Keynote Address, Washington State Science Teachers Conference (27 October 1990)
Invited Speaker, DIS Forum. Olympia, WA (23 October 1990)
Keynote Speaker, Windows of Opportunity Conference, Evergreen State College. Olympia, WA (10 October 1990)
Invited Speaker, Cobwebs in a Virtual Attic Cyberthon. San Francisco, CA (6 October 1990)
Invited Speaker, ASIS. Seattle, WA (29 September 1990)
Invited Speaker, Economic Development Council Board. Seattle, WA (9 September 1990)
Banquet Speaker, Science Fiction Writers of America, Annual Meeting and Nebula Award Presentation. San Francisco, CA (25 April 1990)
Keynote Speaker, University of Washington College of Engineering Open House. Seattle, WA (25 April 1990)
Session Chairman and Speaker, Aerospace and Military Graphics, National Computer Graphics Association International Symposium. Anaheim, NC (21-22 March 1990)
Guest Lecturer, Computer Science Department, University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, NC (23 February 1990)
Invited Speaker, Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission. Wenatchee, WA (16 February 1990)
Invited Speaker, University of Washington Student Nanotechnology Group (8 February 1990)
Dinner Speaker, Puget Sound Chapter of the Human Factors Society. Bellevue, WA (31 January 1990)
Guest Speaker, Computer Applications in Landscape Architecture Conference, College of Architecture, University of Washington (26 January 1990)
Invited Speaker, Institute of Industrial Engineering, Puget Sound Chapter. Seattle, WA (9 November 1989)
Special Speaker/Consultant to State of Utah’s Governor's Committee on Technology Development, “Three Dimensional Imaging”. Salt Lake City, UT (31 July 1989)
Banquet Speaker, Texas Association of Computing in the Public Sector, Austin, TX (24 July 1989)
Banquet Speaker, Advanced Cockpit Systems Short Course, University of Dayton. (22 June 1989, 2 March 1988)
Invited Speaker, Combat Aircraft and the Super Cockpit, 7th Meeting on Aeronautics and Space Medicine, Paris Air Show (12 June 1989)
Guest Lecturer, Industrial College of the Armed Forces. Ft. McNair, VA (11 January 1989)
Seminar Speaker, Wright State University, College of Engineering. Dayton, OH (11 January 1989)
Guest Lecturer, University of Washington, College of Engineering. (6 December 1988)
Guest Lecturer, Brigham Young University, College of Engineering. Provo, UT (1 December 1988)
Luncheon Speaker, Dayton Area Technology Network, Dayton Engineer's Club. Dayton, OH (22 November 1988)
Keynote Address, "Putting Pliots into Virtual Space", Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, FALLCON '88. Cedar Rapids, IA (17 November 1988)
Luncheon Speaker, Havard University, JFK School of Government, Workshop on Emerging Technologies, Strategic Computing in the Public Sector. Cambridge, MA (10 November 1988)
Guest Lecturer, University of Utah, College of Engineering, Center for Engineering Design. Salt Lake City, UT (September 1988)
Guest Seminar, Apple Computer Inc. Cupertino, CA (September 1988)
Invited Speaker, Conference on Decision Making and Information Processing: Contextual Influences, School of Management, State University of New York at Buffalo (9-10 June 1988)
Banquet Speaker, Workshop on Human Performance in Design, University of Dayton (June 1988)
Guest Lecturer, Carnegie-Mellon University, Department of Computer Science, Software Engineering Institute (March 1988)



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