I'm an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Oberlin College. When I'm not teaching, I work on a wide range of image analysis problems. My specialty is spectral image informatics.
All life emits or reflects a unique spectrum of light. My lab develops algorithms for identifying and isolating these spectral signatures.
Computing alignment between images is critical for many applications. My lab designs methods for large-scale image registration.
Compressed sensing allows for the reconstruction of sparse signals from limited data. My lab studies image-based compressed sensing.
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