Classes at Other Universities

January 16, 2010

in Resources

Looking at classes at other universities is a great way to get a sense of the field. I have definitely spent a lot of time looking at other places to get ideas for this class. Sadly, we can’t make use of all of the good ideas.

  • Maneesh Agarwala’s CS294 class at UC Berkeley. This is one of my main inspirations.
  • Hanspeter Pfister’s CS171 class at Harvard. Was a primary inspiration for doing this class.
  • Colin Ware teaches a class a the University of New Hampshire. He’s the author of the best textbooks, so his class was certainly one to look at. 
  • Victoria Interante had an interesting class at Minnesota, but the web page seems to have gone away.
  • David Ebert at Purdue teaches a class that’s a little more broad than some of the others (including more traditional “scientific” visualization).
  • Tamara Munzer’s class at University of Brittish Columbia
  • Hanrahan
  • Marti Hearst’s class at Berkeley.

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