My research interests lie in the field of artificial intelligence and computational imaging, with a focus on scalable and explainable deep learning and computational biomedical imaging systems.
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 current research focus is on producing 3D maps from cameras and depth sensors. These 3D maps can be used by robots (vehicles, UAVs) to navigate and localize or by people for various augmented applications. Other current interests include IOT (Internet of Things) within the context of artificial perception, wearables and augmented spaces.
My research interests are in the area of accelerated computational methods applied to large statistical problems in image processing, computer vision, and remote sensing.