Slawo Wesolkowski is a Scientist at Defence Research and Development Canada Centre for Operational Research and Analysis (DRDC CORA) and an Adjunct Professor in the Systems Design Engineering Department at the University of Waterloo. He has previously worked for Vantage Point International (now C-CORE), NCR Canada Ltd., Nortel, Moteurs Leroy-Somer (France), the University of Waterloo, and the National Research Council of Canada. He holds five US patents, and one Canadian/EU patent. He obtained BASc, MASc and PhD degrees in Systems Design Engineering from the University of Waterloo, Canada. He is a longtime Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) volunteer having held such positions as Vice President Members Activities of the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (www.ieee-cis.org) and IEEE GOLD (www.ieee.org/gold) Committee Chair.
Current reserach interests focus on problems related to operations research and risk analysis.
Wesolkowski, S., and P. Fieguth, "A probabilistic shading invariant color distance measure", Italian Society of Community Psychology (SIPCO), Poland, 2007. Details
Wesolkowski, S., and P. Fieguth, "A Markov random fields model for hybrid edge and region based colour image segmentation", 15th Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering , vol. 2, pp. 945 - 949, 2002. Details
Wesolkowski, S., and P. Fieguth, "Adaptive color image segmentation using Markov random fields", International Conference on Pattern Recognition, Rochester, NY, 2002. Details
Wesolkowski, S., and P. Fieguth, "Color image segmentation using a region growing method", 2001 Advanced Imaging Conference, Rochester, NY, 2001. Details
Fieguth, P., and S. Wesolkowski, "Highlight and shading invariant color image segmentation using simulated annealing", Third International Workshop on Energy Minimization Methods in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (EMMCVPR 2001), France, pp. 314 - 327, 2001. Details
Wesolkowski, S., "Stochastic Nested Aggregation for Images and Random Fields", Department of Systems Design Engineering, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, University of Waterloo, 2007. Details