Daria Tsoupikova Recognized Among Leonardo's Outstanding Peer Reviewers

August 1st, 2019

Categories: Animation, Applications, Education, Multimedia, Networking, Software, Virtual Medicine, Visualization, VR, VR Art, Remote Collaboration, Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality


Since 2017, Leonardo commenced a quarterly recognition of exceptional peer reviewers noted for their in-depth and deeply constructive feedback on papers under consideration for publication. Among those recognized in the August 2019 edition of Leonardo 52:4 is Daria Tsoupikova, associate professor in the UIC School of Design and an affiliated faculty member of the Electronic Visualization Laboratory.

Tsoupikova's research and artwork focus on the development of virtual reality (VR) art projects and networked multi-user exhibitions for VR projection systems, such as the Cave Automatic Virtual Environment (CAVE and CAVE2). Her work lies at the crossroads of artistic and technological innovation and investigates computational creativity to design real-life applications that advance healthcare, education and social change.