Merry Wang is an Senior Research Scientist at Autodesk Research. Her focus within the Bio/Nano Research Group is on cloud-based tools for 3D visualization, exploration, and design of molecular and nanoscale biological structures. Within Autodesk Research, she previously worked on user experience for Project Cyborg, a cloud-based platform of design tools for programmable matter. Prior to that, she was involved in product management within the Media and Entertainment Division on an initiative towards automated, data-driven chemical and molecular pathway animation.
Merry obtained a Masters of Science degree in Biomedical Communications from the Institute of Medical Science at the University of Toronto, specializing in 3D visualization of induced pluripotent stem cells and therapeutic cellular reprogramming.
Merry is interested in data visualization, emerging technologies, computer graphics, and animation.
Joseph Schaeffer, Michael Zyracki, Andrew Kimoto, Malte Tinnus, Yann Bertaud, Dion Amago, Florencio Mazzoldi, Merry Wang (2015)3D Visualization Of Cadnano And Protein Data Using A Cloud Streaming Framework For Web-Based Large Model Viewing
DNA21 2015 Posters and Short Talks:
21st International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming
Michael Zyracki, Andrew Kimoto, Malte Tinnus, Yann Bertaud, Dion Amago, Florencio Mazzoldi, Merry Wang (2015)3D Visualization Of Molecular Data Using A Cloud-Based Streaming Framework For Web-Based Large Model Viewing
2015 Posters and Short Talks:
The Fifth Symposium on Biological Data Visualization
Assisted conversion of biological pathway information to cinematic animations and interactive walkthroughs. United States XXXXX. Filed May 13, 2013
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