Welcome to VizUS!
VizUS is a research lab in the computer science department at Utah State University. The lab is doing research on interactive 2D/3D visualization, visual analytics (visualization + ML/DL/AI), VR/AR/MR, and 3D User Interfaces. We design, develop and evaluate a variety of visualization and virtual environment systems using state-of-art visualization and data analysis techniques and technologies, to help humans communicate with data for sense-making and decision making. The lab is located in Old Main 406. The lab space permits conducting VR/AR studies involving body movement as well as complex interactive studies in the open area or the conference room.
The lab is also a Viz+VR makerplace for USU CS students to work on Visualization and VR related research projects. if you want to use the VR/Vis hardware and the lab space for your research project, please contact Dr. Isaac Cho (isaac(dot)cho(at)usu.edu).
What we do
Interactive Visual Analytics
3D User Interfaces
Join the team to work on neat visualization and VR research! If you are interested in joining VIzUS, please read the “prospective student” page (click the button below) and contact Dr. Isaac Cho (isaac(dot)cho(at)usu.edu).
PDViz – Use Scenario
PDViz: A Visual Analytics Approach for State Policy Data. Computer Graphics Forum
DCPViz: A Visual Analytics Approach for Downscaled Climate Projections
PORTAL: Portal Widget for Remote Target Acquisition and Control in Immersive Virtual Environments
3D virtual cursor offset techniques
Spindle+Wheel Free hand
Dr. Isaac Cho
Dr. Isaac Cho is an assistant professor of the Computer Science Department and a director of the VizUS lab at Utah State University. He is also an adjust professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and an affiliated faculty member of the Ribarsky Center for Visual Analytics (the Charlotte Visualization Center). His main research interests are Interactive Visual Analytics, Human-Computer Interactions, 3D User Interfaces, and Virtual Environments. His research has been funded by NSF, DHS, and EPRI. He received his Ph.D. in Computing and Information Systems from UNC Charlotte in 2013.
Dongyun Han is a Ph.D. student in the department of Computer Science at Utah State University. His research interests include Visual Analytics and Virtual Environments. He received an M.S in Computer Science at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) in 2020 and BS in Computer Science at UNIST in 2018.
Donghoon Kim is a Ph.D. student in the department of Computer Science at Utah State University. His research interests include Data Processing and Visual Analytics. He received an M.S in Material Science at Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST) in 2022 and B.S in Material Science and Engineering at UNIST in 2014.
Daniel Pipkin is an M.S. student in the department of Computer Science at Utah State University. His research interests include immersive analytics in augmented reality, and is focused on enhancing physical representations of information with digital displays.
Sohui Kim (MS, Hallym University, 2023 Fall)
Sohui Kim is pursuing her M.S. in the Department of Convergence Software at Hallym University. Her research focuses on virtual environments and computer graphics. She earned her B.S. in Contents IT from Hallym University in 2023.
Siyeon Bak (MS, Hallym University, 2023 Fall)
Siyeon Bak is an M.S. student at the GVE lab of Hallym University. Her research interests include computer graphics and VR, specifically exploring human cognition in decision-making within immersive environments.
Dr. Raihan Nayeem
Dissertation: Interactive exploratory visual analytics approach for distributed spatiotemporal data
Current: Lead Data Engineer at Corteva
Our Collaborators & Sponsors
We would love to collaborate with you! If you want to discuss possible collaborations, please contact Dr. Isaac Cho.
Lab Location: Old Main 416
4205 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-0001