David Robert Nadeau, Ph.D.
Dr. Nadeau is a computer scientist at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California, San Diego. He has 25+ years of professional experience in software engineering, specializing in big data, high-performance computing, 3D computer graphics, and scientific visualization. He has two published books on computer graphics.
Email name: nadeau
At domin name: nadeausoftware.com
Sampler of visualization animations.
- User interfaces
User interfaces, including those for biochemistry and volume editing applications.
Geoscience visualizations, including 3D geophysics models and 2.5D terrain models.
- Graphs and networks
Graph and network visualizations, including phylogenetics, network structures, and cell signaling pathways.
- Mathematical Functions
3D mathematical functions visualized to test new rendering algorithms.
- Medical imaging
Head and brain cryosections and computed tomography scans visualized to test new volume rendering algorithms.
Individual cells, groups of cells, and tissue samples visualized for the UCSD Cancer Center.
- Synthetic Nebulae
Simulated emission nebula, including the Orion nebula, developed with the American Museum of Natural History.
- VRML Worlds
Interactive 3D worlds on the web developed for the UCSD Pyschology Department, Cognitive Science Department, and for VRML course materials.
- Book, Magazine, & Journal Covers
Sampler of published cover images for magazines and journals.