The central research scheme of the UH CGIM group is in the following broad areas: computer graphics, computer animation, virtual human modeling and animation, human computer conversation, human-AI interaction, and graphics computing for surgery and biomedical informatics.
Current funded research projects:
- An Analysis-and-Synthesis Framework for Small Group Conversations (NSF)
- AI-Doctor Collaborative Medical Image Diagnosis (NIH)
- A Telemedicine System for Minimally Invasive Surgeries – Application Towards Surgical Treatment of Cancer and Renal Diseases (QNRF)
- Towards Development of a Mixed Reality Laparoscopic Simulator for Surgical Training and Planning (QNRF)
Previously funded research projects from: NSF, DoD, NASA, NIH, Texas ARP, Google, Honda, Electronic Arts, Nokia, etc.
For more information of conducted research projects/papers, you can visit this page.