The Computational Perception Lab is the research group in which my lab is located. Check out the CPL Home page for links to all TRs, demos, and other goodies.
For an overview of my research projects, past and present, go to my research page. It also contains pointers to selected publications and demos.
A (hopefully) complete list of publications is available, with hopefully many of them downloadable.
In the past I general I taught a variety of courses relate to AI and Computer Vision including Pattern Recognition, Computer Vision, and Mathematical Foundations for Computer Vision. To help with strengthening our broader offerings I have been involved in "foundation" classes for under classman, in particular "Introduction to Computing for Engineers" (CS1371). In addition, in support of our CM Program I helped design and currently assist in teaching "Media Device Architectures" (CS2261). The class web sites should remain available. [see teaching].
Students wanting to join my group, please see [Prospective Students]. You can of course send me email but check there first to get an idea of what it means to be in my group.
Contact info including various addresses and phones etc.
This page was last updated on 01/19/09 03:05:26 PM.