Kang Zhang has a dual appointment in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and the School of Arts and Humanities, where he holds professorships in Computer Science and Arts and Technology. He serves as well as the Director of UTD's Visual Computing Lab. His research interests include:
- Generation of abstract style of images,
- Visualizing hierarchical structures,
- Visualization of social networks, and
- Information visualization.
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