Department of Computer Science and Engineering ,
4700 Keele Street
Canada M3J 1P3
|Office: CSB 3051
Phone: (416) 736-2100 x20192
Fax: (416) 736-5872
My research involves human perceptual responses in virtual environments and basic study of stereoscopic vision. I am also interested in the measurement and analysis of eye movements and the applications of this technology.
We have excellent opportunities for good graduate students to work on on well-funded projects. Students interested in vision, virtual reality, or eye movements should contact me about these opportunities. I am also appointed to the graduate program in psychology and interested Psychology graduate students are also welcome to apply.
Please see the Lab web site for more details.
For a list of publications please see the lab web site
For graduate studies, 4080 Project ideas, Summer RA projects see Lab web site
I am undergraduate program director for Computer Engineering.
I am a member of the York Centre for Vision Research and the CRESTech Human Performance Lab. Follow these links for information about other activities in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and the VGR Lab.
I'm involved in the department's undergraduate programs in Computer Science and Computer Engineering and in the CS grad program and in the graduate programme in Psychology.
My recent research has been supported by CFI, PREA, NSERC, CRESTech/OCE and the McDonnell-Pew foundation.