Youjia Zhou
About me :

I'm a graduate student and currently work as a research assistant at the Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute at the University of Utah.

Research :

My research focuses on developing visual analytics systems for large and complex data, mainly through topological techniques. Topological techniques extract information from high-dimensional and noisy data, and there is a natural connection between topological data analysis and data visualization. There are two parts to my current research efforts:

Publications :


PDF Persistence-Driven Design and Visualization of Morse Vector Fields (Extended Abstract)
Youjia Zhou, Janis Lazovskis, Michael J. Catanzaro, Matthew Zabka, Bei Wang.
China Visualization and Visual Analytics Conference (ChinaVis), 2019.
Best Poster Award at ChinaVis 2019!