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  • Zekun Cao

    Zekun Cao is a graduate student here at Duke. He just completed his Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering and will be pursuing a PhD. He is originally from China.  Email:

  • Regis Kopper, Ph.D.


    Dr. Regis Kopper is the Director of the DiVE. Before joining our team, he was a Post-Doctoral Associate at the Virtual Experiences Research Group at the University of Florida, where he researched the value of virtual

  • Joanne Grosshans

    Administrative assistant for the DiVE

    Joanne Grosshans is the administrative assistant for the DiVE. If you need information in regards to scheduling tours, processing payments, or the DiVE resources; please feel free to contact her via e-mail:  

  • David J. Zielinski

    Research and Development Engineer

    David J. Zielinski is a research and development engineer at Duke University in the Pratt School of Engineering. He is an experienced software engineer who received his bachelors (2002) and masters (2004) degrees in Computer

  • Ayana Burkins

    Ayana Burkins is a junior majoring in Computer Science. Since summer 2014, she has been working on Virtual Reality research and has presented a poster of her findings at the IEEEVR 2015 conference in France. IEEEVR

  • Cheng Ma

  • Edwin Ward

  • Victoria Nneji

  • Elizabeth Onstwedder

  • Carolyn Dugas