Mike Bailey, PhD
Latest update: July 22, 2020
Mike Bailey is a Professor in
Oregon State University.
He specializes in scientific visualization,
3D interactive computer graphics,
parallel programming (particularly GPU-based).
Mike also has a long-held interest in teaching, having exceeded the
8,000 students-taught-in-class mark, and having won 11 university awards
and 2 outreach awards.
Oregon State University
2117 Kelley Engineering Center
Corvallis, OR 97331-5501
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|Ph.D. in Computer Graphics and Computer Aided Design
|Master of Science in Computer Graphics and Computer Aided Design
|Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (with Highest Honors)
|Professor, Computer Science
||Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.
|Professor, Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering
||University of California at San Diego, San Diego, CA.
|Director of Visualization
||San Diego Supercomputer Center; San Diego, CA.
|Director of Advanced Development
||Megatek Corporation; San Diego, CA.
|Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
||Purdue University; West Lafayette, IN.
|Computer Aided Design Technical Staff
||Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM.
- Faculty Member on the OSU Board of Trustees, 2016-.
- OSU EECS Professor of the Year Award, 2017.
- ACM SIGGRAPH Service Award, 2015.
- OSU Faculty Senate President, 2015.
- OSU EECS Innovative Professor Award, 2014.
- OSU Faculty Senate, 2008-2019.
- OSU Beaver Champion award, 2012.
- Co-author: Computer Graphics Shaders: Theory and Practice, Taylor and Francis, 2012.
- OSU Austin Paul teaching award, 2008.
- OSU EECS Most Enthusiastic Professor Award, 2005.
- UCSD Distinguished Teaching Award, 2002.
- UCSD Computer Science Teacher of the Year award: 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-2000, 2000-2001, and 2001-02.
- Connect Athena Pinnacle award for K-12 outreach activities, 1999.
- Chair, national Graphics Performance Characterization (GPC) group, 1993-1997.
- United States Patent 5,185,858: Image Priority Video Switch, 1991.
- Member, Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) and ACM's Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics (ACM-SIGGRAPH).
- SIGGRAPH Executive Committee, 1986-1990
- ACM SIGGRAPH Conference Co-Chair, 1991.
- ACM SIGGRAPH Conference Committee, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1994, 2011.
- Member, IEEE Computer Society and Technical Interest Group on Computer Graphics.
- IEEE Visualization Conference Chair, 2001.
- Guest Editor, Computer Graphics and Applications special issue on Graphics in Education,
- Technical Chair, VRML '95 Symposium, December 1995.
- Purdue SAE Ralph Teetor Award, 1983, for excellence in teaching and student service.
Research areas of interest include a variety of topics in the general field
of scientific computer graphics,
with a specific interest in GPU-based techniques,
solid freeform fabrication for visualization hardcopy,
stereographics, and augmented reality.
- Rohan Borkar
- Richard Cunard
- Braxton Cuneo
- Mahon Khoshzaba
- Nathan DeStafeno
- Jian Tang
Former Graduate Students and Where They Went
- Candace Rush (General Electric)
- Bill Charlesworth (International TechneGroup)
- Steve Van Frank (LynxSys)
- Dave Plunkett (AutoDesk)
- Jim Freeman (Hughes Aircraft)
- Dave Nadeau (San Diego Supercomputer Center)
- Jack Middleton (Sun Microsystems)
- David Isacoff (NSA)
- Roger Spreen (Adobe)
- Rich Crawford (University of Texas)
- Dan Fagan (Ford)
- Cherilynn Michaels (Orincon)
- Timothy Wang
- Steve Lukas (Sony Online Entertainment)
- Wolfgang Bloem (IBM)
- Daniel New (SPAWAR)
- Kyle Bulloch (Hewlett-Packard)
- Dru Clark (Scripps Institution of Oceanography)
- Matt Clothier
- Nick Gebbie (Bunkspeed)
- John Datuin (General Atomics)
- Daniel Moffitt (Microsoft)
- Ankit Khare (Midway Games)
- Avneet Sandhu (Mentor Graphics)
- Vasu Lakshmanan (Expedia)
- Dwayne Robinson (Microsoft)
- Kyle Hatcher (Mygistics)
- Chris Janik (Intel)
- Adam Leibel (Intel)
- Chuck Evans (Intel)
- Chris Moore (University of Hawaii)
- Sudarshanram Shetty (Intel)
- Nick Schultz (Intel)
- Matthew Reed
- Will Dillon (Racepoint Energy)
- Alex Wiggins (Racepoint Energy)
- David Burri
- Michael Tichenor (Cricut)
- Randy Rauwendaal (Apple)
- Justin Carr (OSU Business Systems Group)
- Ben Tribelhorn (University of Portland)
- Viriya Ratanasangpunth (Amazon)
- Bryan Pawlowski (Timberline Studios)
- Chris Schultz (NVIDIA)
- Wojtek Rajski (Intel)
- Jim Schneidereit (Concur)
- William Leslie (Intel)
- Matt Viehdorfer (Oregon Health Sciences University)
- Hongyan Yin (Tableau)
- Basim Iskandarani (Royal Commission Yanbu Colleges and Institutes)
- David Stuve (Philips Neuro)
- Matt Clothier
- Sean Moore
- Ali Alsalehy (University College of Jubail, Saudi Arabia)
- Wenbo Hou (Amazon)
- Louis Panton
- Jian Tang (OSU PhD program)
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