My research interests include topics in image processing and computer vision. I am primarily interested in photopletyhsmography imaging and its application to the analysis of remote heart rate, respitory rate, and cognitive stress. In addition, I am interested in affect recognition and illumination robust keypoint detection.
My research interests are in the fields of computer vision, image processing, and pattern recognition with an emphasis on the automated interpretation of SAR (synthetic aperture radar) and biomedical imagery. I am an active interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary researcher, publishing refereed journal and conference papers in the diverse fields of remote sensing, computer vision, algorithm design, and biomechanics. My research efforts have led to successful commercial implementations including creating and selling a startup company (CREZ).
My research interests are in the area of accelerated computational methods applied to large statistical problems in image processing, computer vision, and remote sensing.