Joshua A. Levine is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at University of Arizona. Prior to Arizona, he was an assistant professor in the Visual Computing Division of Clemson University’s School of Computing and a postdoctoral research associate at University of Utah’s Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute. He received his PhD from The Ohio State University after completing his BS and MS in Computer Science from Case Western Reserve University. His research interests include visualization, geometric modeling, topological analysis, mesh generation, vector fields, performance analysis, computer graphics, and computational topology.

quantum computing, data visualization, machine learning, mesh generation, computer graphics, data analysis, topological data analysis, computational geometry, computer vision, neural networks, computational topology, analog computing, collaborative research, 3d modeling, surface reconstruction, visualization, simulation, shape matching, graph theory, topological analysis

- Active·2023·$0 / $11.7M·ExternalKey Personnel (KP)
- Active·2023·$46.4K / $136.4K·ExternalPrincipal Investigator (PI)
- Active·2022·$595.7K·ExternalCo-Investigator (COI)
- Active·2022·$495.5K·ExternalPrincipal Investigator (PI)
- Active·2020·$198.9K·ExternalPrincipal Investigator (PI)

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## Computer Graphics

## Geometric Algorithms

## Advanced Information Visualization

## Advanced Data Visualization

## Advanced Topics in Software Systems

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