Digital Visualization by Tom Greenbaum
- Full-Dome Immersive Business Visualization (BizViz). Intel Information Services and Technology Group, Technical Community Conference, Granlibakken Resort, Lake Tahoe, Oct. 24-26.
- Spherical Metaphor (Spheriphor) For Geoscope Multi-Dimensional Data Visualization. The 5th International Symposium on Digital Earth (ISDE5), UC Berkeley, June 5, 2007.
- Application Analysis for Factory Network. Computer Security Institute (CSI) 31st Annual Conference, Washington D.C., November 8, 2004.
- Software reviews and how-to articles for 3D Artist magazine.
- Digital Fine Art Society Group Show, Harwood Art
Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico, August 5-30, 2004.
- Landscape & Portrait - Digital Orientation, Kimo
Theater Gallery, Albuquerque, New Mexico, September 3 - October
- Intel Innovation Center, Rio Rancho, New Mexico,
September - February 2006
BS, Dec 1981,
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
Maturity Model Integrated (CMMI) Process Integration
Added Reseller (VAR), CAD and 3D Modeling for System Integrators
Tom graduated from
the University of Florida in 1981 with a focus on computer aided design
(CAD). For the next ten years he gained practical experience with CAD and
three-dimensional (3D) design in the fields of architecture and
engineering. During this period, photo-realistic images depicting complex
3D designs, became a highly-respected (and expected) output of the design
process. This was the start of Tom's long-term relationship with 3D design
and animation tools such as AutoCAD and Maya, 3D Studio, 3D Max and POV-Ray.
Tom's interest in 3D
design and all things digital led him to the value-added-reseller (VAR)
business. Tom obtained certifications as a trainer for several CAD tools.
Tom provided services to architectural and engineering clients for
installation, training, consulting and customization of high-end CAD
systems. During this time Tom also produced 3D photo-realistic renderings,
engineering visualizations and fly-through animations for a variety of
architecture and engineering projects for customers such as the DOE,
Siemens, Ogden Environmental, Science & Engineering Associates and Peacock
Myers & Adams PC.
From 1994 thru 2004
Tom entered into the fields of software application development and
information technologies. During this period Tom was Configuration Manager
for a retail banking systems developer, IT Manager for the largest
architectural/engineering firm in
New Mexico and a Senior Software Engineer with Intel
Currently, Tom is
manager of the
at the Rio Rancho campus. The mission of the
is to foster innovation and creativity among Intel employees to generate
new concepts, intellectual property, usage models and products. The center
reaches out to the community and supports collaboration within
between public and private entities on new innovative technologies.
Tom is currently
revisiting his passion for 3D computer-generated visualization. The skills
that Tom developed while creating precise visualizations for architecture
and engineering projects are now being applied to information
visualization for Intel. Tomís most recent innovation was in developing a
Factory Health Visualization that is being used in Intel Fab11 to view the
performance of manufacturing tools real-time with a visually rich 3D
metaphor overlaid on the factory floor layout.
Jul 2000 to Present - Intel Corporation
Manager of the
Intel Innovation Center
at the Rio Rancho campus. Foster innovation and creativity among Intel
employees to generate new concepts, intellectual property, usage models
and products. The center reaches out to the community and supports
collaboration within New Mexico between public and private entities on new
innovative technologies. Benchmarking Program Manager for the Intel
Platform Capability division. Projects include quality assurance for
Internet Media Services (IMS), configuration management for the Wireless
Products Division (WPD) and Virtual Factory (VF) Team Lead for Application
Analysis for Assembly Test Manufacturing (ATM) Factory Network Isolation.
Information Technology Manager
Nov 1997 to Jul 2000 - Flatow Moore
systems management for an 80 person architectural and engineering firm.
Network systems administration, implementation of new technologies and
systems, webmaster for Intranet and Internet websites, applications
support for entire suite of office software. Responsible for CAD
standards, training and support for AutoCAD and engineering software.
Development of promotional multimedia presentations, 3D design
visualization, and interactive CD-ROM projects.
Aug 1994 to Nov 1997 - MORE, Inc.
File management, distribution management and version control for software
development firm specializing in bank automation solutions. Configuration
of software testing laboratory at Chase Manhattan bank headquarters in New
York City. Planning for implementation of Windows-based MORETeller system
for worldwide deployment in 600 Chase branches on approximately 6000
workstations. Network administration, setup, installation and maintenance
of workstations and network servers. Software-testing support, software
installation scripts using InstallShield. Graphic design, documentation,
and marketing support.
Value Added Reseller
Apr 1992 to Aug 1994 - Interface
Value-added reseller specializing in computer aided design systems for
architects and engineers. Customization and troubleshooting for AutoCAD,
3D Studio, third-party CAD software, multimedia, graphic design, desktop
publishing and database software. Installation and configuration of PC
CAD/multimedia systems, plotters, digitizers, scanners, printers, graphics
accelerators and other peripherals. Designed 3D models and animation for
Siemens, Ogden Environmental, SEA Corp. and IGD, Inc. Wrote software
reviews and how-to articles for "3D Artist" magazine. Designed marketing
strategies and a video demo for "MetalMan" sheet metal design software.
Received dealer training for AutoCAD r11 & r12, Advanced Modeling
Extension (AME), 3D-Studio, AutoCAD Designer, Softdesk (architectural,
civil & mechanical), Archibus (facilities management) and LandCADD (civil)
Director of Marketing
Nov 1988 to Nov 1991 - James N.
Rowland Partners, Inc.
Headed the marketing department of a 14 person architectural firm. Wrote,
designed and produced all project proposals using desktop publishing.
Created all promotional materials including: brochures, flyers and
advertisements; work plans and schedules; resumes; past project
descriptions; presentation artwork; and animated and 3D computer graphics,
pre-proposal conferences, consultant coordination and customer