Dr. Orland Hoeber recently completed his Ph.D. in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Regina. The title of his dissertation was A Study on Interactive Visualization for Web Information Retrieval. Through his doctoral research, Orland focused on the fields of information visualization, web information retrieval, and web intelligence. His primary research goals are to gain an understanding of how people search the web, and to develop a new set of web search tools that take advantage of the visual processing capabilities of the users and support an interactive exploration of web search results. In the mean time, he uses Google.
Below are a list of activities and projects Orland is currently working on.
|© 2007. Orland Hoeber.
"Regardless of how complex computers and software have become, the human mind is still far more complex." -- Orland Hoeber, 2006.