Jeff Wilson

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Research Scientist II
Interactive Media Technology Center (IMTC)
Georgia Institute of Technology

Jeff Wilson began working for the Biomedical Interactive Technology Center (BITC) in 2001 as a Research Scientist. He received a Bachelors of Computer Science in 1999 and a Masters of Computer Science in 2001 from Georgia Tech. His areas of specialization include graphics, visualization, digital audio, and virtual environments. As a student, Jeff worked on large-format, projected VR displays and developed virtual environments used to aid psychologists in the treatment of social phobias. Currently, he is working on a weight shift monitoring system to aid wheelchair users in maintaining skin health.

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