Theresa-Marie Rhyne Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, Stanford University, California, 1976. Master of Science, Stanford University, California, 1977. Master of Science, Stanford University, California, 1981.
Engineer Stanford University, California, 1979, systems analyst Center for Information Technology, 1981—1982, long range planner, 1982—1983, budget and planning officer, 1983—1985. Fine artist, consultant, since 1986. Senior systems requirements analyst Unisys Corporation, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, 1987—1990, technical leader United States Environmental Protection Agency science visualization laboratory, 1990—1992.
Lead-science visualization researcher United States of America Environmental Protection Agency Science Visiting Laboratory Lockheed Martin Services Group, North Carolina, 1993-2000. Multimedia and visualization expert, learning technical services North Carolina State University, Raleigh, 2001—2003, coordinator special technical projects, 2003—2005, director center visualization and analytics, since 2005, director renaissance computing institute engagement center, since 2006. Teaching fellow English foreign students Stanford (California) University, summers 1977-1981.
Artist-in-residence Wake County Arts Council, North Carolina, 1987-1989. Lecturer Meredith College, 1990. Instructor North Carolina Museum of Art, 1992.
Keynote speaker Eurographics, 1994. Invited speaker Interface, 1995, Association Computing Machinery Siggraph Panels chair, 1996. Siggraph executive committee, director-at-large, 1996-2000.
Lead co-chair Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Visualization 1998, Computer Graphics Pioneers, since 2001, keynote speaker Eurographics United Kingdom, 2002, Euresco Conference on Geography Visualization, 2004.
Member Accessibility Cons. Team for Physically Handicapped, Stanford, 1978-1980. Coordinator Celebration '85 Palo Alto Celebrates the Arts, 1985.
Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, NAFE, Council Arts of Palo Alto (membership Chairman, Board Of Directors 1985-1986, president 1986-1987), Association for Computing Machinery (chair Special Interest Group on Graphics and Interactive Techniques panel visualizing environmental data sets 1993, Special Interest Group on Graphics and Interactive Techniques panels committee 1995, Special Interest Group on Graphics and Interactive Techniques panels chair 1996, Special Interest Group on Graphics and Interactive Techniques Ednl. Resource grantee 1986, keynote speaker Eurographics '94), Western Art Dirs. Club, American Craft Council, National Art Education Association, National Museum Women in Arts (charter), Pacific Art League, Menlo Art League, San Jose Art League, United States Environmental Protection Agency/RTP Macintosh Users' Group (founder-leader since 1987), American Mathematics Association, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers ComputerSoc.
(organizer visualization tutorial process visualizing environmental science data 1993, chair Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers/Visualization panel on visualization and beyond 1993, co-chair demonstrations Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers/Visualization 1993, co-chair publicity 1994, co-chair panels 1995, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers/Visualization, 1996, chair panels, 1996, program co-chair, 1997, conference director international environmental science visualization symposium 1993, 94, 95, International Cartographic Association's Commision on Visualization, organizer supercomputing tutorial onvisualizing and examining large science data sets Association Computing Machinery/Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Super Computing '95), Air and Waste Management Association, Artspace (Raleigh, North Carolina), Durham Art Guild, International Application VisualizationSys. Users' Group (chair earth science track 2d annual international conference 1993, 94, 95).