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Bo Han

George Mason University

Portrait of Bo Han of Mason

Current University
George Mason University

Research Areas
Immersive video streaming, augmented, virtual, and mixed reality, and the Internet of Things


Bo Han is an associate professor in George Mason’s Department of Computer Science. He holds a Ph.D., a masters, and a bachelors in Computer Science.

He builds practical networked systems that facilitate better communication by leveraging innovations in machine learning, multimedia, computer vision, computer graphics, and human-computer interaction. 

He has worked on viewport-adaptive 360-degree video streaming and visibility-aware volumetric video streaming, which can significantly reduce mobile data usage and make these emerging immersive videos available even to low-end mobile devices.

Before joining Mason, Han was a principal scientist at AT&T Labs Research, where he worked on network efficiency and quality of user experience for networking services. 

He is co-inventor of 24 granted U.S. patents and has filed a further 45 U.S. patents.

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