Erik Brisson

Education

PhD                 Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington.
MA   Mathematics, University of California, San Diego.
BS   Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
 
Employment

2015 - 2016
Software Engineer.
 
nTopology, Inc., New York, NY.

2013 - 2015
Research Scientist.
 
Center for Computational Neuroscience and Neural Technology (CompNet), Boston University.

2001 - 2013
Associate Director.
 
Scientific Computing and Visualization Group, Information Services & Technology, Boston University.

2000 - 2001
Senior software engineer.
 
Trenza Corporation, Cambridge, MA.

1993 - 2000
Manager of graphics programming.
 
Scientific Computing and Visualization Group, Information Services & Technology, Boston University.

1992 - 1993
Assistant professor.
 
Department of Computer Science, Wellesley College.

1990 - 1992
Visiting assistant professor.
 
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Amherst College.
 
Selected Publications

Gordana Garapic, Ulrich Faul, and Erik Brisson, "High Resolution 3-D Melt Distribution in Partially Molten Upper Mantle Rock," AGU Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, vol 14, issue 3, pages 556-566, 2013.

Glenn Bresnahan, Raymond Gasser, Augustinas Abaravichyus, Erik Brisson, and Michael Walterman. "Building a Large Scale, High Resolution, Tiled, Rear Projected, Passive Stereo Display System Based on Commodity Components," Proceedings of the S.P.I.E. Vol. 5006, Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems X, Santa Clara, CA, January 21-23, pages 19-30, 2003.

Evan Sherbrooke, Nicholas Patrikalakis, and Erik Brisson, ``Computation of the Medial Axis Transform of 3-d Polyhedra,'' IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, vol 2, pages 406-425, 1996. [download]

Richard Anderson, Paul Beame, and Erik Brisson, ``Parallel Algorithms for Arrangements,'' Algorithmica, vol 15, pages 104-125, 1996. [download]

Erik Brisson, ``Representing Geometric Structures in d Dimensions: Topology and Order,'' Discrete and Computational Geometry, vol 9, pages 387-426, 1993. [download]

Paul Beame, Erik Brisson, Richard Ladner, "The complexity of computing symmetric functions using threshold circuits," Theoretical Computer Science, vol 100, pages 253-265, 1992. [download]

Erik Brisson, ``Representing Geometric Structures in d Dimensions: Topology and Order,'' Ph. D. Thesis, 1990. [download] ( or via U of Washington archive )