Brian Neumann started as a software engineer at iCurrent, which was acquired by the Washington Post, and then worked for WaPo Labs, which evolved into Trove.
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Pat Hanrahan is the CANON Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at Stanford University where he teaches computer graphics. His current research involves visualization, image synthesis, virtual worlds, and graphics systems and architectures.
Pat has also worked at Pixar where he developed volume rendering software and was the chief architect of the RenderMan(TM) Interface – a protocol that allows modeling programs to describe scenes to high quality rendering programs.
In addition to PIXAR, he has founded two companies, Tableau and PeakStream, and has served on the technical advisory boards of NVIDIA, Exluna, Neoptica, VSee, Procedural and SkyTree.
Professor Hanrahan has received three university teaching awards. He has received two Academy Awards for Science and Technology, the Spirit of America Creativity Award, the SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics Achievement Award, the SIGGRAPH Stephen A. Coons Award, and the IEEE Visualization Career Award. He was recently elected to the National Academy of Engineering and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
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