Thomas Wischgoll is currently a full professor and NCR Endowed Chair at Wright State University. His research interests include scientific visualization, flow and scientific visualization, virtual environments and display technologies, as well as biomedical imaging and visualization. Dr. Wischgoll devised different algorithms for analyzing and visualizing different flow data sets, medical data, including CT and MRI, and other types of data sets. He utilized various display systems for virtual reality applications, ranging from head-mounted displays to full-scale walkable immersive systems, and applied these display systems to different virtual and augmented reality applications, including highly immersive experiments involving human subjects for a better understanding of human behavior. His research work in the fields of scientific visualization and data analysis resulted in more than ninety peer-reviewed publications, including IEEE and ACM.