Min Chen (3412)

Organization: University of Oxford - Oxford e-Research Centre
Address: 7 Keble Road
OX1 3QG Oxford
Country: UK
Telephone: +44 1865 610633
Fax: +44 1865 610612
Email: m.chen@ieee.org
Min Chen developed his career in Wales (UK) between 1984 and 2011. He received his PhD degree from Swansea University in 1991, and held faculty positions at Swansea University until 2011 (i.e., lecturer from 1990, senior lecturer from 1998 and full professor from 2001). He currently holds the position of professor of scientific visualization at University of Oxford and is a professorial fellow of Pembroke College. His research interests include visualization, computer graphics, human-computer interaction and aspects of computer vision. He has co-authored some 200 publications, including his recent contributions in areas of theory of visualization, visual analytics, video visualization, face modelling, and volume graphics. He has been awarded over £12M research grants from EPSRC, JISC (AHRC), TSB (NERC), Royal Academy, Welsh Assembly Government, HEFCW, Industry, and several UK and US Government Agencies. He is currently leading visualization activities at Oxford e-Research Centre, working on a broad spectrum of interdisciplinary research topics, ranging from the sciences to sports, and from digital humanities to cybersecurity. He is currently one of the two editors-in-chief of Computer Graphics Forum (Wiley/EG). His services to the research community also include papers co-chair of IEEE Visualization 2007 and 2008, Eurographics 2011, IEEE VAST 2014 and 2015; co-chair of Volume Graphics 1999 and 2006, EuroVis 2014; associate editor-in-chief of IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics; associate editor of Computers and Graphics; and co-director of Wales Research Institute of Visual Computing. He is a fellow of European Computer Graphics Association, British Computer Society, and Learned Society of Wales.