November 20, 2008: IEEE San Diego section elected Computer Science Ph.D. alumnus Xun Luo as Chair of Computer Society


The executive committee of IEEE San Diego section elected Computer Science Ph.D. alumnus Xun Luo as the Computer Society chair person in the most recent meeting. Xun Luo, currently working as a researcher at Office of the Chief Scientist R&D, Qualcomm Inc., will start to serve the local IEEE community from December 2008. In the same month, his new book: Personal Augmented Computing Environment: a Framework for Personalized Visualization and Scalable Human-Computer Interaction, based on the research work did at UIC, will be available on Amazon.com.

Being the leading professional association for the advancement of technology, IEEE has 375,000 members worldwide and over 4,500 members in the San Diego area. Among the San Diego members 2,479 are in the Computer Society, according to the November 2008 data.

Xun Luo did his doctoral study and research with Professor Robert V. Kenyon from 2003 to 2008, at the Electronic Visualization Laboratory. He is also the first Computer Science recipient of the UIC Provost Award for Graduate Research in the spring 2006 semester, and a two-year student participant of Google Summer of Code (2005 and 2006).

For more information visit:

www.sdieee.org and www.cs.uic.edu/~xluo











































 
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