Victor Zordan
Victor Zordan is a computer science professor and administrator in Clemson University's School of Computing where he leads their digital arts program as well as their Visual Computing division. Victor's research focuses on the synthesis and analysis of movement for human characters and avatars as well as interaction metaphors, especially those pertaining to physical representations. He has focused on hand research in both synthesis through physical models as well as hand capture and automatically combining hand and full-body motion. Victor holds a PhD in computer science from Georgia Institute of Technology and gained tenure at the University of California Riverside.