B.Math (Hons, Computer Science) from the University
Masters of Computer Science from Carleton
University, where my advisor was Prof.
W. Lalonde. I did work in artificial intelligence and natural language
Once at NRC I became interested in computer vision, and got a Ph.D. is
from EE department of McGill My advisor
was Prof. M. Levine who is the head of MCARSIM,
a research center for intelligent machines. My research involved the application
of evolutionary algorthms and robust statistics to the problem of finding
curves and surfaces.
I am interested in computer vision, computer graphics, gaming and multi-media applications.
This list of publicications along with the PDF or postscript files for
some of the publications.
I am an adjunct Professor at School
of Computer Science of Carleton University. I supervise a number of
4th year projects and gradudate students. My areas of research are computational
video, computer vision, gaming and computer graphics.
Besides this I teach a course called the Introduction to Computer Vision at Carleton every winter term. If you are a graduate student
and want to work with me please contact me. I also supervise fourth-year
I was the Co-Chair Of Vision Interface 97 in B.C., and also the
program chair of the International Conference On Recent Advances In 3-D
Digital Imaging And Modeling 1997 which was held in May 97, In Ottawa.
I was the program co-chair of Vision
Interace 2001 which was held in Ottawa in June 2002.
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