Brodlie is Emeritus Professor in the School of Computing
at the University of
Leeds . Within the School, I am a member of the Computational
Science and Engineering research group.
I began my career as a numerical analyst but in the late 1970s my work in the Computer Centre at Leicester University took me more towards computer graphics. On joining the University of Leeds as an academic in 1987, I taught both computer graphics and numerical analysis. My research interests then began to focus on scientific visualization and this remained my main area of research throughout the remainder of my career. I am now very largely retired but continue to be interested in visualization.
|Research||My research interests are in
the theory and practice of visualization, with specific
I am a Fellow of the Eurographics Association and was the founding chairman (in 1981) of the UK Chapter of Eurographics.
links to my publications in the 40 year period 1973-2012
School of Computing
University of Leeds
Leeds LS2 9JT
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