Evan Suma Rosenberg, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering
University of Minnesota
Office: 6-201 Keller Hall
Phone: (612) 301-2560
Email: suma at umn dot edu

The Illusioneering Lab applies interdisciplinary theories from the cognitive and behavioral sciences to advance immersive technologies and create impactful mixed reality experiences.



Immersive technologies can create compelling illusions of being transported to a distant place or sharing space with someone who is not actually present.



Virtual and augmented reality provide new opportunities to study human perception and investigate phenomena that would be impossible to experience in the real world.



Interaction in virtual worlds is inherently spatial and embodied, with emerging applications in data analysis, education, health care, and entertainment.

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Recent News

DTI grant awarded!

We have been awarded a Digital Technology Initiative Seed Grant to develop a new virtual reality system architecture for edge-assisted immersive computing!

NSF grant awarded!

We have been awarded a $1.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation for the prediction, early detection, and mitigation of cybersickness!

Visit the lab

2-208 Keller Hall 
200 Union St SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Get in touch

Evan Suma Rosenberg, Ph.D.
suma at umn dot edu
(612) 301-2560

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