Haim Levkowitz

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  • Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America


  • SIGGRAPH 1994

    Haim Levkowitz is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science and a founding faculty member of the Institute for Visualization and Perception Research at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, in Lowell, MA. Since 1982, he has been studying multidimensional, multiparametric imaging and visualization. He has developed new color methods for computer graphics representation of parameter distributions and methods for evaluation. He is the developer of the Generalized Lightness, Hue, and Saturation (GLHS) family of color models, the Linearized Optimal Color Scale (LOCS), and the Color Icon. He has also developed and implemented tools for automated psychometric evaluation of the developed display methods and has used these tools to conduct observer performance evaluations of some of his methods. Dr. Levkowitz is the author of over 25 publications on color, visualization, and imaging. His panel at Visualization ’91, “Color vs. Black-and-White in Visualization” won the Best Panel award. He has organized and taught several tutorials at conferences. Dr. Levkowitz was on the conference committees of Visualization ’91, ’92, and ’93; on the program committee of the 46th IS&T meeting; Co-chair of the 1992 Boston Workshop on Volume Visualization; and Co-Chair of the IFIP 93 Workshop on Perceptual Issues in Visualization.  

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