Jian TaoAssistant Professor
- School of Performance, Visualization & Fine Arts
- Texas A&M Institute of Data Science
- Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (Courtesy Appointment)
- Department of Nuclear Engineering (Courtesy Appointment)
- Department of Multidisciplinary Engineering (Courtesy Appointment)
Jian Tao is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Visualization at Texas A&M University and the Assistant Director for Project Development at the Texas A&M Institute of Data Science.
He is an NVIDIA DLI University Ambassador and XSEDE Campus Champion at Texas A&M and a contributor to the SPEC CPU 2017 benchmark suite. In 2018, Jian Tao led the Texas A&M team to the final of both the ASC18 and SC18 student cluster competitions. He currently serves as a faculty advisor for the Texas A&M 12th Unmanned Team for the SAE/GM AutoDrive Challenge Competition.
Ph.D. in Physics (Computational Astrophysics)
Washington University in St. Louis – (St Louis, Missouri, United States) 2008
B.S. in Space Physics
University of Science and Technology of China – (Hefei, China) 2000
His research interests include digital twin technologies, machine learning, numerical algorithms, data analytics, workflow management, remote sensing, information visualization, and high performance computing.
Computing for Visualization II
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PSIAP Artificial Intelligence for IoT Information (AI3) Prize CompetitionRead more
2022 TAMIDS Career Initiation Fellow AwardsRead more
2022 Data Science Course Development Program AwardsRead more
Creating a Shared Public Safety Radio Data Set for Research and AnalysisRead more
Online Workshop: Digital TwinsRead more
Appointment at Texas A&M Institute of Data ScienceRead more
2022 Student Data Science CompetitionRead more