Faculty & Staff

Jordan Ringenberg, Ph.D.
Jordan Ringenberg, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Year started at UF: 2014
Contact Information
Office Location: 304 Frazer St Room F
Telephone: 419-434-5331
Credentials
B.S., Bowling Green State University
M.S., Bowling Green State University
Ph.D., University of Toledo
  • Academic Credentials:

    Ph.D. in Engineering with Specialization in Computer Science and Engineering from The University of Toledo

    Master of Science in Computer Science from Bowling Green State University

    Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Bowling Green State University​

  •       UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH

    • The Effect of a Tangible User-Interface on Performance and Strategy in a Virtual Mental Rotation Task with Heather (Beck) Boehler and Allison Bunsey
    • Project Euler data visualization and analysis with Jordan Hanson and Jordan Violet
    • NBA statistical analytics with Austin Siebeneck 

        INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

    • CTO and sole software software and systems engineer of di8itapp.com, a data visualization tool which automatically extracts numerical data from raw chart images (Acquired by think-cell—https://www.think-cell.com/en/—in 2016)
    • Directory of Technology for Wander Media Company (http://www.wandermediacompany.com/) designing an affordable computing system (employed using Raspberry Pi) capable of streaming real-time high definition video directly to hospitality television systems.


  •       PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

    1. G. M. Poor, S. D. Jaffee, L. M. Leventhal, J. Ringenberg, B. A. Klein, D. Klopfer, and G. Zimmerman. "Applying the Norman 1986 User-Centered Model to Post-WIMP UIs: Theoretical Predictions and Empirical Outcomes," TOCHI: ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction 23, no. 5 (2016)
    2. Y. Kumar, J. Ringenberg, S. Depuru, V. Devabhaktuni, J. Lee, E. Nikolaidisb, B. Andersen, and A. Afjeh. "Wind Energy: Trends and Enabling Technologies," Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 53, no. 1 (2016), pp. 209-224
    3. B. Snyder, J. Ringenberg, R. Green, V. Devabhaktuni, and M. Alam. "Evaluation and Design of Highly Reliable and Highly Utilized Cloud Computing Systems," Journal of Cloud Computing: Advances, Systems and Applications 4, no. 1 (2015), pp. 11
    4. S. Gadde, W. Acosta, J. Ringenberg, R. Green, and V. Devabhaktuni. "Achieving Optimal Inter-Node Communication in Graph Partitioning using Random Selection and Breadth-First Search," International Journal of Parallel Programming (2015), pp. 1-29
    5. J. Ringenberg, H. Boehler, A. Bunsey, S. D. Jaffee, and L. M. Leventhal. "The Effect of Tangible User-Interfaces on Performance and Strategy in Virtual Mental Rotation Tasks" Interacting with Computers (In Progress, 2017)
    6. J. Ringenberg, M. Deo, D. Filgueiras-Rama, G. Pizarro, B. Ibañez, R. Peinado, N. Trayanova, M. Miller, J.L. Merino, O. Berenfeld, and V. Devabhaktuni. "Effects of fibrosis morphology on reentrant ventricular tachycardia inducibility and simulation fidelity in patient-derived models," Clinical Medicine Insights: Cardiology 8, suppl. 1 (2014). pp. 1-13
    7. J. Ringenberg, M. Deo, V. Devabhaktuni, O. Berenfeld, P. Boyers, and J. Gold. "Fast, accurate, and fully automatic segmentation of the right ventricle in short-axis cardiac MRI," Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics 38, no. 2 (2014), pp. 190-201
    8. J. Ringenberg, M. Deo, V. Devabhaktuni, O. Berenfeld, B. Snyder, P. Boyers, and J. Gold. "Accurate reconstruction of 3D cardiac geometry from coarsely-sliced MRI," Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine 113, no. 2 (2014), pp. 483-493
    9. J. Ringenberg, M. Deo, V. Devabhaktuni, D. Filgueiras-Rama, G. Pizarro, B. Ibañez, O. Berenfeld, P. Boyers, and J. Gold. "Automated segmentation and reconstruction of patient-specific cardiac anatomy and pathology from in vivo MRI," Measurement Science and Technology 23, no. 12 (2012), pp. 125405
    10. H. Gudavalli, J. Ringenberg, S. Depuru, R. Green, R. Molyet, and V. Devabhaktuni, "A Review of Global Energy Education Initiatives," International Journal of Advances in Science and Technology 5, no. 5 (2012) 

          PEER-REVIEWED CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

    1. A. Bunsey, H. Beck, J. Ringenberg, and L. Leventhal. "The Effect of a Tangible User-Interface on Performance and Strategy in a Virtual Mental Rotation Task, Take 2: A Follow-up Study" Poster presented at Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges: Midwest Conference, Taylor University, October 1, 2016. Awarded the Student Showcase Grand Prize
    2. H. Beck, A. Bunsey, J. Ringenberg, and L. Leventhal. "The Effect of a Tangible User-Interface on Performance and Strategy in a Virtual Mental Rotation Task," Poster presented at Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges: Midwest Conference, Taylor University, October 1, 2016.
    3. J. Hanson, J. Violet, and J. Ringenberg. "Project Euler: A Study on the Effects of Gamification and User Progression," Oral presentation given at Ohio Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Lorain County Community College, April 16, 2016.
    4. H. Beck, A. Bunsey, J. Ringenberg, and L. Leventhal. "The Effect of a Tangible User-Interface on Performance and Strategy in a Virtual Mental Rotation Task," Oral presentation given at Ohio Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Lorain County Community College, April 16, 2016.
    5. J. Ringenberg, M. Deo, and V. Devabhaktuni. "Image-based segmentation and 3D reconstruction for computational cardiac modeling," Poster presented at 2014 Midwest ASB Regional Meeting, University of Akron, March 4, 2014.
    6. G. M. Poor, L. M. Leventhal, S. Kelley, J. Ringenberg, and S. D. Jaffee. "Thought cubes: exploring the use of an inexpensive brain-computer interface on a mental rotation task." In The proceedings of the 13th international ACM SIGACCESS conference on Computers and accessibility, pp. 291-292. ACM, 2011.
    7. H. Rajaei, E. Eid, D. Kanungo, and J. Ringenberg. "JSimPlus: a tool for teaching simulation techniques." In Proceedings of the 14th Communications and Networking Symposium, pp. 87-94. Society for Computer Simulation International, 2011.


    PhD Dissertation: Computerized 3D Modeling and Simulation of Patient-Specific Cardiac Anatomy from Segmented MR Images (2014)