Ayellet Tal

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Ayellet Tal (born 1962)[1] is an Israeli researcher in computational geometry and computer graphics who holds the Alfred and Marion Bar Chair in Engineering at the Technion.

Research[edit]

Tal's research interests include computational geometry, computer graphics, geometric modeling, and geometry processing.[2] She has also studied the applications of computer vision to archaeology.[2][3]

Education and career[edit]

Tal has a bachelor's degree in mathematics and computer science from Tel Aviv University[2] and a Ph.D. in 1995 in computer science from Princeton University. Her dissertation, Animation and Visualization of Geometric Algorithms, was supervised by David P. Dobkin.[4]

She is a professor of electrical engineering at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, and holds the Alfred and Marion Bar Chair in Engineering at the Technion.[5] At the Technion, she is also the advisor for the advancement of women in science and engineering at the university.[6]

Recognition[edit]

Tal was a keynote speaker at Computer Graphics International 2015.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Birth year from US Library of Congress authority file, accessed 2018-10-23
  2. ^ a b c d e Computer Graphics International 2015, retrieved 2018-10-23
  3. ^ "3D-imaging helps recreate the past" (PDF), New Heights, University of Haifa, p. 14, Fall 2016
  4. ^ Ayellet Tal at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
  5. ^ President's report, Technion, 2017, retrieved 2018-10-23 – via Docplayer
  6. ^ Richard, Jeff (July 10, 2017), "Achieving Academic & STEM Success", Code Like a Girl, retrieved 2018-10-23

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