UITS Advanced Visualization Lab

Formed in 1997, the UITS Advanced Visualization Lab (AVL) is the premier support unit for visualization-related activities at Indiana University. Its mission is to promote the innovative application of visual technologies that enhance research, education, creative activity, and community outreach at IU. AVL staff seek collaborations with IU students, faculty, and staff to produce engaging and impactful applications of advanced visualization technologies. The AVL promotes, maintains, and provides open access to a variety of advanced hardware and software resources, and offers a range of consulting and development services that utilize staff expertise in a variety of areas related to visualization.

The AVL is staffed by:

  • Michael Boyles, Manager
  • Jeff Rogers, Principal Project Analyst
  • Chris Eller, Principal Project Analyst
  • William Sherman, Senior Technical Advisor
  • Ed Dambik, Senior Analyst/Programmer
  • David Reagan, Senior Analyst/Programmer
  • Chauncey Frend, Analyst/Programmer
  • Elizabeth Prout, Analyst/Programmer
  • Tyler Jackson, User Support Specialist

To reserve AVL facilities, systems, equipment, set up project consultations, or discuss potential engagement activities, contact the AVL.


If your work makes use of or otherwise benefits from AVL technologies and/or support, please acknowledge or reference the "Advanced Visualization Laboratory at Indiana University" in any resulting scholarly printed works, web pages, talks, online publications, and/or presentations. The AVL is a unit of the Research Technologies division of UITS and is affiliated with IU's Pervasive Technology Institute (PTI).

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