EDWARD STANLEY ANGEL

Professor Emeritus of Computer Science
Founding Director, Art, Research, Technology and Science Laboratory (ARTS Lab)
The University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, N.M. 87131
angel@cs.unm.edu
www.cs.unm.edu/~angel
I. Personal

Born January 6, 1944
Married - Rose Mary Molnar
Home Address - 1017 Sierra Pinon, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone - (505) 984-0136

II. Education

B.S., Engineering, California Institute of Technology, 1964
M.S., Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California, 1966
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California, 1968

III. Work Record
2005-2009:
Director, Art, Research, Technology, and Science Laboratory (ARTS Lab), University of New Mexico
2001-2007:
Director, Arts Techology Center, College of Fine Arts, University of New Mexico, Professor of Media Arts
1995-1996:
Visiting Professor, Universidad de los Andes (Venezuela), Universidad Tecnologica Equinoccial (Ecuador)
1988-1989:
Overseas Visitor, Department of Computing, Imperial College, London and Honorary Research Fellow, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University College, London
1985-1988:
Chairman Department of Computer Science, The University of New Mexico
1982-1985:
Associate Chairman for Computer Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of New Mexico
1980-2007:
Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science, The University of New Mexico
1981-1982:
Senior Fulbright Hays Lectureship, School of Automation, India Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
1978-1980:
Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science The University of New Mexico
1978:
Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering, University of Rochester
1975-1978:
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Rochester
1973-1975:
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering, University of Rochester
1971-1973:
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California
1970-1971:
Acting Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley
1968-1970:
Research Associate and Lecturer, University of Southern California, Electrical Engineering and Medicine (Biomathematics)
IV. Awards
V. Research Activities
VI. Publications
Journals
Reviewed Conference Proceedings
Books, Book Chapters and Published Notes
Reviews
Technical Reports
VII. Professional Societies and Activities
VIII. Courses Taught
Undergraduate:
Circuits, Systems, Linear Control Theory, Numerical Methods, Logic Design, Logic Laboratory, Computer Programming, Computer Graphics, Discrete Mathematics, Data Structures and Algorithms.
Graduate:
Linear Systems, Image Processing, Digital Signal Processing, Optimization, Optimal Control Theory, Biomathematics, Pattern Recognition, Logic Design, Computer Graphics, Scientific Visualization Computer Networks.
Intensive Short Courses:
Computer Graphics, Image Processing and Networks short courses taught through ISTEC (Ibero-american Science Technology Engineering Consortium) in Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela
Organized and taught OpenGL tutorials at SIGGRAPH 1997-2010 and at IEEE Visualization.
Organized and taught full day tutorial ``Introduction to Computer Graphics and Visualization,'' SuperComputing '91 and '92.
Computer Graphics, Course author of two graphics courses and senior instructor for Learning Tree International-Integrated Computer Systems, Inc.
Digital Image Processing, Taught at Institute of Optics (University of Rochester), NASA - Langley and worldwide through Learning Tree International, Inc
IX. Consulting
Consultant - Sandia National Laboratories
Visiting Scientist - Los Alamos National Laboratory