Kairong Jiang is a Computer Science PhD student at the University of Arizona. He is in the Humans, Data, and Computers (HDC) Lab advised by Dr. Joshua Levine. He studied Computer Science at Zhejiang University in China and got his bachelor's degree in 2017. His research interests include data visualization and computer graphics. He is currently working with Dr. Levine on a project to visualize and analyze temporal flow data using geometrical methods, in hope to show correspondence between different data.
I'm interested in developing visualization methods that help people understand complicated data and be more efficient in certain tasks.
What long-term project do you want to work on?
I haven't decided that. I'm trying different projects and see what suits me the best.
What do you enjoy most about your work?
I like exploring data with the tool we developed and find interesting features in the data that's useful.
What are your career goals
I want to work at a research position either in the academia or industry after I graduate.
Tell us something interesting about yourself!
I don't have a preference to dogs or cats, I like both of them and I'm planning to adopt one in the near future.